"If you consider Drumsound & Bassline Smith's Parallax as a collection of solid Drum & Bass-Bass samples and patches, which are also usable elsewhere, with a clear and functional editing surface on top, you'll find the current price of 50 British pounds fair because Drumsound & Bassline Smith Parallax sounds really good." Read the full review here.
Two professional sound designers, Marshall McGee and Akash Thakkar, engage in a spell sound battle, using Pro Sound Effects' library Odyssey Essentials. Great tutorial on how to create these special sound effects.
"In an increasingly busy market, EastWest has produced a simple yet charismatic and playable instrument that will no doubt offer a wide appeal to producers in all genres. The clever balance of playable legato and sustains with the static phrase selection allows plenty of flexibility for many types of music or sound design." Read the full review here.
And it's live! Brian here at Music Marcom came up with the contest concept, and Anthony from Ten Second Songs executed extremely well! What a kick-ass contest (and yes, it's an ad, but a really fun one!) You, too, can win some awesome gear from #Sweetwater! Happy Holidays!
"In addition to the more than lavishly equipped sound processing and FX features, Voices of Soul has not compromised anything when it comes to the overall sound quality. The vocal samples of singer C.C. White are characterized by the highest sound quality and, above all, liveliness and authenticity. The soulful mood is evident in every instrument. Considering the variety of expressive possibilities coupled with the lush sound processing, Voices of Soul leaves nothing to be de
“Since we owned a few Universal Audio Apollo interfaces (first gen Silver Faces, Black Faces, Twins and Twins MkII) with Unison preamps for a long time, we decided to put their Unison emulations to the test and to be honest, we couldn’t hear the difference between our Neve preamps through the Burl converter and the Neve Unisons through the Apollo converters on a 100+ tracks piece of music,” Cravo explains. “Maybe we would be able to if we did more scientific tests, with same