Monthly Archives: November 2010

ElectroBeats: make beats like David Guetta

Uvi.net has released ElectroBeats, a drummachine for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. David Guetta, one of today’s most popular DJ’s, is responsible for the sounds of this app. A nice detail is that ElectroBeats also has the drum sounds that Guetta used for Rihanna’s song Who’s that chick. Continue reading

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Software cheaper: music studio for everyone now

In the period before Christmas there are a lot of interesting online deals for the computer musician. Because of these deals and the decrease of sequencer prices, nobody has a reason to install pirated software anymore. In this article you can find some tips for building a complete budget studio on your computer. Also some interesting deals you can find on the internet today are mentioned. Continue reading

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DirectEMX: vst plugin for Korg Electribe MX drumcomputer

Is your Korg Electribe MX drumcomputer collecting dust in the studio? With DirectEMX you can breath new life in it. With this software you can use the Korg Electribe MX like any vst plugin in your sequencer. Continue reading

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New features touchAble

Shortly after the introduction, touchAble has lots of new features with the new 1.1 version. In this video you can see these new features of the iPad controller for Ableton Live. New additions are tempo change, the number of tracks on the touch screen, different clip heights and “relative faders”. Continue reading

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DUNE: Differential Unison Engine

Synapse Audio has released DUNE. With this synthesizer the software maker wants to take the unison concept to a new level. Continue reading

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Video: how to build a track in Reason

Sequencers have so many possibilities that it can be intimidating for beginners to build a track with their software. In this video by Propellerhead Software James Bernard shows us how you can get musical inspiration out of Reason’s Factory Soundbank and how to experiment with the sounds. Within ten minutes he builds the foundation of a dubstep track. Continue reading

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