From Sound On Sound September issue: "Despite its somewhat humble beginnings, MIDI has revolutionised the way we compose, re cord and perform music. It is, however, a technology that is somewhat easier to capitalise upon if you happen to play keyboards. For those whose primary instrument skills lie elsewhere, generating MIDI note performances from your (non-keyboard) instrument of choice can still be a frustrating experience." Read online review here. Read print review here.
Take a video tour of professional studio monitor manufacturer EVE Audio’s Berlin headquarters. EVE Audio headquarters contain a large production hall including storage, an office area and a large show room. Their in-house R&D laboratory features an anechoic chamber and reverberation room for precise measurements. EVE’s facility and manufacturing processes allows them to bring innovative monitor designs to market with a high level of quality and consistency that is an importan
Hollywood, CA - The EastWest MIDI Guitar Series has been announced as a nominee for the 33rd Annual NAMM Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Awards in the category of Outstanding Technical Achievement for Music Instrument Software. Presented by The NAMM Foundation, The NAMM TEC Awards are bestowed annually in celebration of the pro audio community by recognizing the individuals, companies and technical innovations behind today's sound recordings, live performances, films,
Beat producers are now free to add the exact sounds, instruments, and features they want in the Music Maker Plus and Premium editions Berlin - As Music Maker celebrates its 22nd birthday, MAGIX releases fully customizable Music Maker Editions to the market. Fans of loop-based music production can now select their favorite Soundpools, instruments and features from a massive content pool to customize the program to one's own personal music style. Endless creative possibilities
California, USA – “It really is the little brother of the ASP8024 I have grown to know and love,” says Fullerton College Recording and Music Production graduate, Timothy Jones, describing the brand new ASP4816 he’s had delivered to his home studio in Orange County a few short weeks ago. Possibly the youngest Audient console owner in the world, he leaves Fullerton College this year with top grades -- and the world at his feet. Timothy proved himself keen to develop his music t
"SFAS12 would be useful for anyone needing to digitize and edit old vinyl records, cassette tapes, or downloads, and for simple audio editing of video files. It could also serve as an adjunct to a DAW, as its default audio track editor. And with Ozone 7 Elements provided at no extra cost (currently selling for $129), it’s a very good buy." Read full review here.
Pro Sound Effects' new exclusive library with over 200 hours of recordings from Award-winning sound editors is 40% off until Oct 2 Brooklyn, NY - Pro Sound Effects®, the next level sound effects library company, today released The Odyssey Collection: Essentials - the first exclusive library from their partnership with Academy Award®-winning sound editors, Mark Mangini and Richard L. Anderson. Featuring over 16,000 sound effects, Odyssey Essentials is a general library selecte
Montclair, NJ - The British Amp Invasion chronicles in detail how what seemed at first like a minor also-ran offshore industry turned quickly into a true world leader. The book features backstage histories, compelling behind-the-scenes stories, and liberal use of period imagery. British guitarists were primed to make some of the most influential music the world would ever know, but they needed a voice to do it - and British-made amplifiers gave them that voice. Many early not
Music Marcom's own Martina McConnon facilitated an interview with legendary rock/metal producer Bob Rock with Decibel Magazine for our client Universal Audio. "Personally, I love digital. The transience is maintained. I don’t have to EQ as much. The whole argument to analog and digital. There’s a sound to analog. To me, it’s a plug-in now, a UA (Universal Audio) plug-in. I don’t have to fight it. I make warm records now. My records are big and fat. And digital." "What are som