The update features greatly expanded the maximum decay time, versions for all popular plugin platforms.… Read More Audio Damage Intros ADverb2 For Mac & Windows
Audiophile Circuits League (ACL) has introduced the Multi-Function Discrete VCO – a ‘monster VCO’ with multi-waveform sub-oscillator. … Read More ACL Intros ‘Monster VCO’ For Eurorack Modular Synthesizers
Plugin Boutique is offering a 40% discount on the Maximus multi-band compressor, limiter and maximizer effect plugin by Image-Line. Maximus will deliver transparent peak limiting and volume maximization without coloration of the processed sound. However, Maximus is much more than a pristine quality Mastering Maximizer, it’s also a Compressor, Limiter, Noise Gate, Expander, Ducker and […]
Audio Damage has announced the release of ADverb2, an updated version of the classic Adverb (previously Reverence) vintage digital plate reverb. We took the DSP code from the original, greatly expanded the maximum decay time, and created versions for all popular plugin platforms. ADverb2 features Simple-to-use reverb settings, with pre-delay, time, and size, plus an […]
Plugin Boutique has launched a sale on the Twin 2 synthesizer instrument by FabFilter, offering 45% off for a limited time only. FabFilter Twin 2 is equipped with the best possible oscillators, award-winning filters and an innovative interface that makes sound design a breeze! Rather use presets? Twin 2 comes with more than 1600 quality […]
Published on Apr 21, 2018 Kawai K4r Fan
“Recording and composing with Roland MC-50mkII
Raw mix from Kawai K4r. NO FX!
Published on Apr 21, 2018 davidryle
“Taking inspiration from a sonar rescue sequence in a 50 year old film.
The sliding ping sound (approaching the target) features the STG Soundlabs Envelope Generator and Sidecar module. I am using a slow LFO with a ramp wave to the T1 input which controls the delay of the envelope. There are three timed gates. One is from the source LFO which fires the
Published on Apr 21, 2018 100 Things I Do
“I have owned the hardware Synclavier II for a while now and what might surprise some people is that I also still use the Arturia Synclavier V. In some ways they can sound very much alike, in others they can be a very different beast.
I started to do a clip comparing the Synclavier V to the Vintage Synclavier II and ended up starting a track! So how do