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Arturia, who have brought us the Moog Modular V, CS80V and Minimoog V have now released their studio software title named Storm 3.
M-Audio Ships Classroom Studio Product Bundle
Hardware/software combo delivers complete computer-based recording solution for educators.
How to us a Microphone Preamp
If you plug a condenser microphone in to audio interface then the signal it generates will be very quiet unless the signal is boosted. This is why you will need for a preamp.
How do I connect a MIDI keyboard to my computer?
When setting up your project studio one of the first tasks is to work out how to connect you keyboard to your computer.
Tascam POCKETSTUDIO 5
What if you’re beginning to have ideas for your own have ideas for your own songs, harmonies, or arrangements, but don’t know how to get them out of your head and onto a recording?
Tascam Cd-X1500 & Cd-X1700 Cd Players - In Stock & Shipping
We are now shipping the new TASCAM CD Players with cutting-edge two-piece design and a host of new features for a very affordable price. Both models are compatible with the new TT-M1, the \"Turntable Magic\" controller that allows DJs to control CD playback from their vinyl turntables.
E-LAB Releases Obsession Multitrack REX Player Instrument
Obsession is a new virtual instrument from the sample specialists E-Lab, Sweden. Obsession utilizes Propellerhead\'s REX-File technology to create a versatile 8 track loop player.
M-AUDIO DELTA PRICE DROP
Following the release of the new EMU 0404 sound card M-Audio have now slashed the price of the complete Delta sound card range, giving you even better value for money.
Numark Adds USB to DXM01 DJ Mixer
Numark\'s DXM01 USB adds computer connectivity to the DXM line of 24-bit digital mixers. Audio files can be played directly from computer and mixed along with records, CDs, and a microphone. Mixes can also be recorded back to computer via USB. Two USB ports are included, allowing two computers to be connected simultaneously.
Introducing Music Planet - The Official Magazine of Dolphin Music
Music Planet is a high-quality, newsstand-type glossy magazine and we will be distributing at least 40,000 copies of every issue to our existing and potential customers, and there will be an accompanying online version and website.
Issue 16 of Music Tech Magazine
FREE: LAPTOP MUSIC BOOK and 275MB VOCAL SAMPLES AND LOOPS Plus: Recording Guitar, Digital Orchestra and Buying Monitors
New Bare Bones Computer Systems
Dolphin Music are proud to announce a new range of bare bones music systems. To follow on from the introduction of the powerful Apple G5 and compact Apple IMac to our site, we have designed five new PC based systems to suit all budgets.
EMU 0404 Digital Audio System
E-MU Systems has announced its new 0404 Digital Audio System, a 24-bit/96kHz PCI audio interface that delivers everything you need to record, mix and playback audio on your PC.
Propellerhead Ships New ElectroMechanical ReFill
M-Audio and Propellerhead are proud to announce the release of the new ElectroMechanical ReFill, a collection of multisamples, patches and song files designed to bring the sound of hard-to-find vintage keyboards into the Reason rack.
Why do I need Virtual Instruments?
A sequencer without sound generators (virtual instruments) is like a recording studio without instruments. The sequencer offers you tools for arrangement and recording but not usually any actual sounds to arrange.
Why do I need an Audio/MIDI Sequencer?
The audio/MIDI sequencer is the control center for modern music production. If you are thinking about making music then you will need a sequencer and we have many great options for you.
New Apple Power Mac G5s
The new Power Mac G5 range features dual 64-bit PowerPC G5 processors on every model. The top model, featuring two 2.5GHz processors, a frontside bus running at 1.25GHz per processor and advanced liquid cooling, starts at £2,199.
STANTON RELEASES NEW FINALSCRATCH VINYL RECORDS
Stanton has announced a new version of its FinalScratch Records. These special time-coded records are an improved version of the previous “Thin” (Scratch) and “Thick” (Standard) vinyl records, which let DJs manipulate digital audio files from turntables using FinalScratch hardware and software.
The Vocaloid update 1.0.5 is now available to download for all Leon & Lola users. This update features major improvements and bug fixes including faster synthesis which greatly reduces rendering time, VST compatibility and ReWire functionality works more reliably and it now supports 48kHz and 96kHz besides 44.1kHz as the sampling frequency.
Emulator X and CPU Usage
Sean Wilhelmsen, Emulator X product manager, shares his advice on how to set up your system for optimal perfomance and polyphony.
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