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| PART 2: THE SOUNDS YOU NEED, Section 2: Virtual electronic instruments|
In short, this is where the sonic creativity really starts as you explore the worlds of classic and cutting-edge synthesis, create your own beats and master your samples. We’ll kick things off with soft synths, both old and new…
Frontier Design Group Announces TranzPort Compatibility With Ableton Live
Frontier Design Group has announced that Ableton Live and TranzPort are fully integrated. Ableton has just released version 5.2.1 of Live, their powerhouse program for recording, jamming, composing, and sound design, and central to this release is native support for TranzPort.
Korg Announces Kaoss Pad 3
Korg has announced the Kaoss Pad 3 (KP3) after news of the product was leaked to a blog.
Propellerhead Software Announces Reason Pianos ReFill
Reason Pianos is the perfect pop and rock music piano package: three highly realistic, infinitely shapeable pianos that exploit Reason 3.0's Combinator device. Because there is no one way to record a piano, Reason Pianos were recorded from multiple angles, using six different sets of microphones.
DUENDE STARS ON SOS COVER AS FIRST REVIEW IS PUBLISHED...
SSL Duende, with 32 channels of SSL mix power for your DAW, creates a big stir as it receives a superb review and features on the front cover of the latest issue of Sound On Sound.
TAYLOR MATISSE T5 - A ONE-OFF WORK OF ART AUCTIONED FOR CHARITY
Over the years, many people have referred to Taylor guitars as “works of art.” Never has that description been more apt than when applied to the one-of-a-kind Matisse Guitar, which was created to benefit a very worthy cause.
E-MU: Release your creative energy with X2
The reviews are in... and everyone is raving about Emulator X2 Software Sampler from E-MU Systems. In the August 2006 Sound on Sound magazine X2 is reviewed...
Sibelius joins Digidesign
Today, Sibelius has become a part of Digidesign, which is the audio division of Avid Technology Inc.
Duesenberg - a history of Dieter Goelsdorf from 1978 to 2005
The story behind these fine guitars from 1978 to 2005.
Duesenberg - Guitars for Heros
In a unique way Dieter Goelsdorf´s Duesenberg design consolidates guitar construction, features and sounds which have written music history. The art deco style design of headstock, pickguard and metal components gives Duesenberg its own eye-catching look, while the body design bases on the old traditional Jazz guitars like being built from the 40s in Europe and in the USA.
Choosing your Electric Guitar
Here is a quick guide we have put together to help you choose your electric guitar.
Welcome to Musician War!
Musician War is an interactive web site that puts you up against an opponent in a musically intriguing, yet educational and fun "war" of musicianship. This site will teach you (through interaction with other members with our message board), style, finesse, recording and gear techniques, as well as meeting other fantastic musicians involved with the site.
Microsoft 'Monaco' ... the new GarageBand?
Monaco would be very similar to Apple's GarageBand application, but would be optimized to take advantage of Windows Vista and the Aero user interface.
Carl Martin is proud to introduce the Quattro….
With classic guitar tone disappearing down the road of digital modeling amps and effects, Carl Martin is proud to introduce the Quattro….four of the most popular Carl Martin effects in one package.
SECRETS OF THE PROS Announces the Release of: Advanced PRO TOOLS DVD: Volume II
Secrets of the Pros is pleased to announce the worldwide release of its third training DVD entitled Advanced PRO TOOLS DVD: Volume II. This DVD is shipping March 29th, 2006 and is now available to order.
Vintage Guitar Reviews
We have brought you a complete selection of reviews of the Vintage Guitars from one of the most reliable sources in the music industry - Harmony Central.
New Sounds for NOTION™ - VirtuosoWorks Expands Sound Library For Notion Software
These new samples were recorded in Studio One at Abbey Road Studios using London Symphony Orchestra players and include Expanded Strings, Percussion, Brass, Woodwinds and Harpsichord.
The secret is out – Apogee unveils ensemble!
Apogee is pleased to announce the brand new ensemble – a groundbreaking firewire audio interface with up to 18 channels of I/O with 8 channels of pristine 192khz AD/DA conversion, Adat and SPDIF I/O, Apogee’s renowned Soft Limit and UV22HR dithering, Dual stage IntelliClock, 4 high-quality and digitally controllable mic-preamps with 75 dB of gain, 2 x balanced inserts, 4 Hi-Z inputs and 2 freely assignable headphone outputs! And you can connect up to 3 Ensembles together for up to 54 channels of I/O! All with extremely low latency and CPU-load.
Vintage unit from Abbey Road goes digital
The EMI TG12413 was originally designed by EMI technicians at Abbey Road as a part of this very console that later was used to record classic albums like The Beatles ”Abbey Road” and Pink Floyd’s ”The Dark Side of the Moon”.
NHTPro M60Xd is a new chapter in the world of studio monitors
NHTPro M60Xd is a new chapter in the world of studio monitors, that brings you pinpoint resolution together with incredible soundstage and perfect details. Everything about this monitor is amazing. From the unique shaped closed box via the DSP inside the XdA, to the 4 x 150W RMS digital amplifiers.
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