Audio Modeling and Fatar have announced the release of Camelot, a cross platform application for Windows, macOS and iOS (iPad) that allows to quickly setup and recall Hardware Instruments…
In Session Audio has announced the release of the Taiko Creator Expansion pack, adding new kits and MIDI song suites to the Kontakt & Kontakt Player instrument that allows you to create, control and generate your own Taiko sound. Huge, deep and powerful, Japanese taiko drums often underpin the music for epic movies across all […]
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BoBSwanS has launched a new soundset for the Prophet 12 synthesizer by Dave Smith Instruments/Sequential. Following on the first and second volume, this new pack comprises a collection of 99 sounds including pads, bass, keys, brass, plucks, arps, stacks and split patches using poly-channel aftertouch and mod-pitch functionality. All patches have been programmed exclusively with […]
IQ Samples has returned with Hybrid Hip-Hop 2, a new collection of sounds that fuse Hip-Hop and Hybrid Trap. Punchy samples which sound modern and super punchy! Download contains 385 Mb of wav 24 bit samples at 80/160 BPM including 40 Music Loops, 95 One Shots (30 Kicks, 35 Percussions, 30 Snare & Claps), 26 […]
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Incognet has announced the second volume of House Essentials, a new collection of sounds for all lovers/production of house music. This time we decide to focus on groovy club house, house and tech house samples, inspired by such labels as Tolroom, Defected, Kryteria, Tactical, Pornostar, Kaisen, Vamos, Hotl, SPRS, Cube, Snatch!, Black Lizard, Sosumi, Groove […]
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Published on Dec 16, 2018 Higher Glyphix
“4 hands. I had my pal tweak the REDOX knobs while I worked everything else. Brand new. VERY powerful effects unit. Just a tiny preview of what it’s capable of.
Side note: this is the first hands-on user video posted on the site.