The most distorted spire library ever done. Smashing industrial sounds will take your productions to new levels of your imagination.
Use it for industrial / techno / hardcore / hardstyle / and all other electronic genres.
Add a little bit of darkness to your film score or even some evil to your band’s next track.
The soundset is available from Reveal Sound for 10 EUR / $13.50 USD excl. 19% VAT for EU.
L Studio 32 vs 64 Bit FAQ - http://support.image-line.com/redirec…
Image-Line’s FL Studio Guru has posted a video on FL Studio 32 vs 64 Bit, explaining the differences and similarities between the two versions of the music production software.
Since we launched FL Studio 64 Bit we’ve had a lot of questions from customers asking if they should switch from FL Studio 32 to 64 Bit. In this video we look at the differences and similarities between these two versions and hopefully make the decision a little clearer.
FL Studio 64 Bit is a free option for existing customers while new customers get FL Studio 32 and 64 Bit with no change to current FL Studio pricing. FL Studio 64 is available in a single unified FL Studio 32/64 Bit installer or as a 64 Bit update installer for any version of FL Studio 11.
FL Studio is available for purchase for $99 USD (Fruity Edition) / $199 USD (Producer Edition) / $299 USD (Signature Bundle). New Image-Line customers get a 10% discount on their order.
Background video description:
A song I did by Multitracking a DSi Mopho. All sounds from the Mopho. I also used the Mopho as carrier signal on my Vocoder Syntovox 222 & on my Banshee Rocktron Talk Box. Long Live the Mopho!!!
Music & lyrics composed by Val Solo 2014
Live improv/mix with Nord Lead 3 and Analog Keys. Berlin School style electronic music.
Ryoichi Kurokawa: Ground
Audiovisual Installation (2011)
3 HD Displays | 3.1ch Multi Sound
All rights reserved © Ryoichi Kurokawa
watch in hd (720p or 1080p) for better audio/video quality
uploaded with kind permission
A little cute demo for the brand new Fairlight NNXT refill (2014) which is a fantastic 120 Mb sound bank for Reason 7.
There has been a request for a more simple, scaled down and refined version, and this has now been produced. Fairlight NNXT builds upon the original Fairlight CMI documentation for revision 1.3 from Fairlight Instruments (included) which describes the 32 factory disks. All disks are included here and the refill contains 350 Fairlight CMI NNXT sounds for Reason 7. The refill also contains all of the Subtractor, Thor and Malström sounds from the bigger versions, as well as a couple of bonus “disks” with Bitley sounds, Art Of Noise sounds and Vince Clarke sounds. The sounds are sorted and named exactly as on the 32 original Fairlight CMI disks. The file size is just below 120 Mb.
brief demo of first contact with the SH-101 plug out.
“If you are someone who doesnt have software that uses VST plugs like me I found the easiest way around this to download the trial version of Cubase Elements free. I definitely have the feeling that they just want to sell you stuff….”
DE/VISION ON TOUR 2014/2015
10.08.2014 – Hildesheim (GER), Flugplatz (Mera Luna Festival)
29.11.2014 – Krefeld (GER), Kulturfabrik (Pluswelt Festival)
28.03.2015 – Oberhausen (GER), Turbinenhalle (E-Tropolis)
29.03.2015 – Dresden (GER), Eventwerk (E-Werk Ost Festival)
to be continued….
In this radio commentary, Bill discusses the theremin, and how it lead to one the music industry’s most fundamental assets, the electronic synthesizer.
This was originally broadcast on December 26, 2000. Visit this link to view complete list of media attributions http://goo.gl/fmGESM.
Trying to emulate a Roland TB 303 with a Juno 106. It sounds pretty convincing (except the absence of slide and accent feature). The first part is clean and the second part is with overdrive (Danelectro Daddy-O).
Off course this is an emulation and with the absence of a decent sequencer, slide and accent feature it won’t sound exactly like the real deal. Anyways it was fun trying.