Giorgio Moroder – 74 Is the New 24

December 18, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Buy 74 is the New 24 on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/74ItN24iT
Listen to 74 Is the New 24 on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/74ItN24Sp
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Music video by Giorgio Moroder, Andromeda Software Development, and Jai Friedman-Lewis 74 Is the New 24. (C) 2014 Giorgio Moroder Music LCC under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment Sweden AB

Emak Bakia – “Voz de radio virtual en la casa de las afueras”

December 18, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Extraído de / From: “Frecuencias de un Rojo Devastador” (2003, Acuarela)
Compra / Buy “Frecuencias de un Rojo Devastador” CD: http://bit.ly/UF5DWk
Emak Bakia en / on Spotify: http://spo.tl/Ob0Wu

Phase84 Available Now

December 18, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

At the App Store: http://bit.ly/p84yt

Phase84 is a next generation phase distortion synthesizer. It fuses gritty digital sounds with traditional analog punch.

Phase84 is an extremely capable synthesizer and features over 110 presets, containing all sorts of basses, leads, pads, bell tones, sweeps, atmospheric sounds, pseudo-realistic tones, and more. While you don’t need to know much about synthesizers to get a lot out of Phase84, experienced synth tweakers will be thrilled at the sheer variety of unique sounds that can be produced with this incredibly versatile synth.

*All synth sounds (bassline, chords, lead) were created with Phase84 with no external effects or post manipulation.

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Roland TR-505 Drum Machine Patterns

December 18, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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One of the easiest drum machines to use and my first one I got in about 1988 which was still selling new. Related to the TR-707 but slimmed down to the size of a crappy RX machine. Has better sounds and editing than the RX17 or similar. Love the claps, the kicks, everything about it. Funny enough these can go for crazy prizes, like over $200.

Elektron Analog RYTM: The Basics

December 18, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

This video demonstrates the basics of creating a beat with the Elektron Analog RYTM.

Phase84 – next gen phase distortion synth inspired by the Casio CZ

December 17, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Retronyms has released Phase84 – described as ‘a next generation phase distortion synthesizer’, inspired by the classic phase distortion synthesis sounds of the Casio CZ line of synths.

Phase distortion synthesis is a form of waveshaping synthesis that has its roots in Casio’s CZ line of digital synthesizers from the 80s. It is designed to have the warmth of a subtractive (analog) synthesizer, yet be capable of the squelchy tones and sharp attacks of an FM synth.

Phase84 is an extremely capable synthesizer and features over 110 presets, containing all sorts of basses, leads, pads, bell tones, sweeps, atmospheric sounds, pseudo-realistic tones, and more. While you don’t need to know much about synthesizers to get a lot out of Phase84, experienced synth tweakers will be thrilled at the sheer variety of unique sounds that can be produced with this incredibly versatile synth.

Features:

  • More than 100 presets.
  • MIDI support.
  • inter-App Audio support.
  • Advanced Keyboard section.
  • Expressive Perform Mode with Groove Gate.
  • Tabletop Ready App.
  • Precision Knob mode.
  • Phat, naturalistic unison feature for super thick pads and sweeps.
  • Oscillator Section: 9 Params, 2 General-Purpose Oscillators, 1 Formant Oscillator.
  • Mix Section: 8 Params including Delay Amount and Pulse Width.
  • Envelope Section: Amplitude and Shaper Envelopes. Fully visualized and interactive
  • ADSR plus special Fade Param.
  • Delay/Filter Section: Stereo delay with loss modeling and a punchy overdriven analog-style filter.
  • 3 LFOs: More flexible than your average LFO, this has 4 waveforms, optional delay and repeat count, and can go into the audible frequency range.

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Moog Theremini Tutorial with thereminist Lydia Kavina

December 17, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Thereminist Lydia Kavina, first taught by Léon Theremin himself, gives us great tips and tricks for playing the wonderful new Moog Theremini. If you’re just getting started with the Theremini, make sure to check it out! Want more info? See below!

The Moog Theremini is an affordable modern re-imagination of the classic Theremin, which anyone can learn to play – it has:

• User friendly pitch assist correction with selectable scales and root note, so you can’t play a wrong note! You can also turn this off for classical theremin glissando sounds, or just dial it back for partial correction as you improve your technique.
• 32 different sounds on-board, covering a range of basses, lead sounds, classical theremin tones and much more.
• Adjustable stereo ping-pong delay built right in, for wonderful ethereal sounds right out of the box!
• Built in tuner gives live visual feedback of currently playing note, showing how close you are to hitting the note to help learn pitch and scales.
• Built in speaker for instant playback anywhere.
• Headphone output (which mutes the speaker) for practising!
• Stereo 1/4″ audio outputs to connect Theremini to audio interfaces, looping pedals, stereo systems, multitrack recorders or anything you like!
• Single Pitch CV output w/ selectable range, so you can connect it to analogue synthesizers and use the Theremini as a wild CV modulation source.
• 21 user selectable scales and user-adjustable root note selection (including chromatic)
• User selectable note range: choose the highest note and lowest note (stored per preset), so it can be set up as you prefer
• Removable pitch antenna – built in storage compartment on bottom-side for easy storage and transportation (carry bag sold separately)
• Built in 3/8” Mic stand and Camera stand adaptor.
• High quality rubberised feet so it can be placed on a table.

Checking out the new Soundprism Electro

December 17, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Download SoundPrism Electro here: http://soundprism.com/electro/download

Audanika has introduced SoundPrism Electro – a new iPad musical instrument, based on their SoundPrism Pro instrument and MIDI controller. 

Features:

  • New sound engine with rock-solid polyphony and great-sounding effects. SoundPrism Electro’s new sounds are hand-crafted by Swiss sound designer Oliver Imseng to work beautifully with each other.
  • Innovative and improved chord input system: effortlessly play inversions and chord progressions while focusing on your track, not on the music theory behind it.
  • A ribbon controller for live manipulation of the built-in effects.
  • New interactive tutorial system: SoundPrism Electro walks you through its interface and teaches you how to play.
  • Supports Audiobus including state saving.
  • Supports Core MIDI

Moog Sub 37 Sounds

December 17, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

All audio and video content c.2014 G-Storm Electro

All original patches. Mostly bass, arpeggio and some sound FX stuff. The only sound is the Sub37 and sometimes the Volca Beats (off camera) mixed on an Alesis Multimix8. No effects added to the synth recording.

Covenant vs Blade runner

December 16, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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