Monthly Archives: February 2011

Free psychedelic presets for Discovery Pro

discoDSP’s George Reales says that the sound bank Psychedelic Presets Vol 1 is available now for Discovery Pro. The sound bank contains 120 presets created by the Brazilian musician and designer Ronei Leite, also known as Spectro Senses. Continue reading

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Camel Audio releases two new sound libraries for Alchemy

While we reviewed Alchemy Electronic Bass, Camel Audio launched two fresh sound libraries for Alchemy and Alchemy Player. Both sound libraries use the remixpad, so each preset potentially has until eight different sounds available. Continue reading

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“Air” scratching with Microsoft Kinect and Traktor

Microsoft Kinect is only for gamers? Wrong! Musicians also can use Microsoft’s new toy. In the video below dustin o’connor uses the Microsoft Kinect and the DJ software Traktor for “air” scratching. Continue reading

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TS-999 SubScreamer: free overdrive VST plugin

This free VST plugin is inspired on an overdrive pedal for metal guitarists. SubScreamer can give a nice overdriven sound to audio material like a guitar or a TB-303 like synthesizer bassline. Continue reading

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Free Roland MC-202 samples at Tapedeath

Tapedeath gives away a free sample pack featuring the Roland MC-202 MicroComposer, the advanced next generation TB-303. The samples sound great. Some funny bleeps and deep sub bass sounds are included in the package. Continue reading

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Harrison Mixbus on Linux and Mac now

Harrison Mixbus is available now for Linux and Mac. The virtual analogue mixing console costs $80 (€60) and contains great effects for the price, says Create Digital Music. For Linux users this could be a great program for mixing. Continue reading

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