Monthly Archives: June 2012

Arturia Minimoog-V Original for free on June 21

Due to the end of the agreement with Moog Music, the French company Arturia may not longer carry the Moog brand name for its Minimoog-V and Moog Modular plug-ins. These two synthesizers will get an update soon and renamed to Modular-V and Mini-V. To “celebrate” the end of this agreement, Arturia gives away the synthesizer Minimoog-V Original for free on Thursday June 21. Continue reading

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Video: creating a track with a DIY “one string”

Using software like Celemony Melodyne, you can make music with every noise. Dootyourega demonstrates this in this video. Continue reading

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FXpansion Etch Red available for Reason

Reason 6.5 was launched last week. Reason users can now use external plug-ins with the introduction of the Rack Extentions format. FXpansion has released the filter effect Etch Red. Continue reading

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Free parallel compression effect rack for Ableton Live

AfroDJMac explains in the video below what parallel compression (New York style compression) does for your drums. The effect rack used in this video can be downloaded from his website. Continue reading

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Video: distortion feedback in Ableton Live

Want to rock like Jimi Hendrix? With distortion feedback you can have a lot of fun. In the following video DJ TechTools’s Dan White shows how this works in Ableton Live. Continue reading

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Sugar Bytes releases Cyclop

Sugar Bytes has launched Cyclop. This monophonic synthesizer offers Skrillex-like sounds which make dubstep and house producers happy. Continue reading

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