We are about to do a massive update to Tek Kit. We have added a heap of new features including: full step sequencing capabilities, more effects, custom user samples, a swing function and master tube distortion. (just to mention a few) There are still a few loose ends to tidy up, and a bit of user interface work to be done but the end product is a fully fledged electronic music production and performance tool. This video is a sneak peak before the final release occurs, and is just a mess around session just to show off some of the features, and uses a couple of tracks composed by Proxycon (one of our fantastic contributors) as well as a few fill in beats made by the Tek Kit team.
The price of Tek Kit is likely to rise when this update happens, so if you buy it now, you’ll get it at a discounted price.
iHaveSynth.com met up with David Mollerstedt at Teenage Engineering in Stockholm, Sweden for an interview about their new synth OP-1:
The OP-1 is not yet released but the world is waiting and the hype is massive, Teenage Engineering are making something unique and different with the OP-1. A really exciting little noise making synthesizer that will be released soon.
Below, check out a demo of the Teenage Engineering OP-1 Synthesizer in its current state.
At the 2010 NAMM Show, Behringer introduced an updated line of Xenyx Mixers that feature internal USB audio interfaces and 24-bit multi-FX processors.
Sporting a wide range of options, the next-generation XENYX live/studio mixers from Behringer merge built-in USB interface, “one-knob” compressors and XENYX mic preamps and “British-style” channel EQ.
The mixers feature a new digital effects processor with 16 editable presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and multi-effects (no FX on 1204USB). All models are phantom power-equipped and include a software package that features energyXT2.5 Compact Behringer Edition music production software.
All the Xenx mixers ship with rack-mount brackets.