Monthly Archives: January 2011

Marvel GEQ: free equalizer by Voxengo

Voxengo has launched Marvel GEQ, a free 16-band graphic equalizer. The vst plugin is available for Windows and Mac OS. Continue reading

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Free sample packs Wave Alchemy

Wave Alchemy offers the free sample pack Wired Electronics. It consists of 74 freshly recorded 24-bit analogue drum samples, which have been crafted and processed using a selection of hi-end signal processors. Continue reading

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Ujam: create a song in five minutes

Do you know Microsoft Songsmith? Ujam does the same online. With Ujam you can create a complete song within a few minutes. And you don’t have to know anything about music composition. Continue reading

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Video: Reason 5 tips and tricks by Nucleus SoundLab

Nucleus SoundLab’s sound designer Jeremy Janzen shows a couple of Reason 5 tips and tricks for advanced users in this free episode of Reason Wizardry. Continue reading

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Korg reveals nanoSERIES2 mobile midi controllers

Korg reveals the nanoSERIES2, three mobile usb midi controllers which you can put in your bagpack. The nanoSERIES controllers are targeted to musicians on the road, and those who like to make computer music on the sofa in the living room. Continue reading

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Video: sidechain compression in Reason

Sidechain compression is often used in dance music for the well known pumping effect. For unexperienced Reason users it can be difficult to program the sidechain compression effect. Propellerhead Software expert James Bernard shows in this video how sidechain compression sounds and how it works in Reason. And he also gives the patch away! Continue reading

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