Monthly Archives: August 2010

Griid: control Ableton Live with your iPhone or iPad

There are different hardware controllers on the market for Ableton Live which you can use playing your live sets, for example APC40 and the APC20 made by Akai or the Novation Launchpad. These hardware controllers might get a strong contender on the live podium: Griid. Continue reading

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Battery also sounds like the MPC now

Native Instruments have updated their drum sampler Battery. Version 3.1 can emulate the sound of the classic MPC-60 and SP-1200 drum samplers, a technology borrowed from NI Machine 1.5. The emulations are available for every individual cell for ultimate flexibility. Continue reading

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Rob Papen launches SubBoomBass 1.1

Rob Papen has updated the bass synthesizer SubBoomBass. Continue reading

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Updates Reason 5/ Record 1.5 available on 25th August

Reason 5 and Record 1.5 will be available on wednesday 25th August. Both will get some interesting new features, which brings them a step closer to the ultimate sequencer software. Propellerhead recently launched a few videos which demonstrate the new features. Continue reading

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SoundPrism: everyone can make music now

With the help of modern computer technology everybody can make music now, even if you don’t know anything about music theory and chords. With Audanika’s SoundPrism you easily can make your chords, bass lines and melodies with the touch screen of your iPad. Continue reading

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Togu Audio Line launches TAL NoiseMaker

Togu Audio Line has launched TAL-NoiseMaker, a free synthesizer with build in effects. NoiseMaker is an enhanced version of Elek7ro, a synth loved by vst instrument enthousiasts. Continue reading

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