Ableton Vinyl Scratch Emulation and Delay Mode Tutorial

September 22, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Create vinyl record scratches and learn about Ableton’s various Delay Plug in’s modes.

Download the AfroDJMac Vinyl Scratcher Rack for free @ http://bit.ly/freesynth91

bx_hybrid V2 – new mono and stereo equalizer bundle

September 13, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Plugin Alliance has announced the release of bx_hybrid V2, a mono and stereo equalizer bundle by Brainworx.

bx_hybrid V2 was re-designed from the ground up, using Brainworx´ latest filter-designs. Bringing you unrivaled analog-style filters and awesome digital workflow. The EQs will map any & all features of the AVID / Digidesign ICON center section EQ plus the Surround Joysticks.

Artifact-free EQ-ing up to 26(!)kHz, even in low-resolution sessions (44.1k & 48k).

5-band EQ plus Lo- and Hi-Pass filters with various adjustable filter orders (up to 5th order / – 30dB per octave), Lo- and Hi-Shelving EQs, Peak filters, 2 Notch-filters (with adjustable Q!), and Shifter EQs which can be controlled with Surround Joysticks or your mouse.

bx_hybrid V2 features

  • New: Brainworx critically acclaimed filters.
  • Artifact-free EQ-ing up to 26kHz.
  • 64-Bit & AAX (DSP & Native) Support.
  • New and innovative Solo Modes.
  • Shelving Filters, Hi- & Low-Pass, Notch Filters, Peak Bands, 11 Bands in total.
  • “Mouse Over” feature: adjust the parameters by holding the mouse over any knob and turning your mouse wheel.
  • Direct access: type in any valid number into the text fields for direct access to the exact value.
  • EQ graphic panel switch-able.
  • Fully automatable.

The bx_hybrid V2 is available to purchase for $199 USD.

Get it here >>

Ableton Live Modular Synth Plug-in – Free Max for Live Download

September 11, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

The Point Blank modular synth is based on the legendary EMS VCS3. The VCS3 was built in London in the late ’60s and there were a number of subsequent models of varying sizes. It was a popular synth and used by the Radiophonic Workshop (the ring modulator was used to process the sound of the daleks) through to Pink Floyd.

It’s a great synth to generate sounds and jam around with and the interface was really well thought out, featuring an innovative matrix which is still a neat way to patch the different synth sections together. It features three oscillators, a noise generator, a ring modulator, a couple of filter sections, audio input, envelope generator, spring reverb and an assignable joystick control – if you really wanted you could even hook up a keyboard!

The Point Blank modular synth is a simpler interface, but still offers three oscillators and noise generator, a filter section, ring modulator and X/Y controller. Unlike the VCS3, it’s possible to store your settings, and trigger the sounds easily (and in tune!) from a MIDI source. We’ve also included a slide control to emulate the smooth sweeps you could sometimes achieve with the original synth.

The modular synth is a free download for Point Blank Facebook fans.

Get it here >>

Quick tour of ESLines – vintage clone plug-ins

September 2, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

A small demo of two of the plugins from Electro studio.

More info here >>

Morphing with Waves Plugins

August 22, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

In this video, Rishabh Rajan shows a technique of morphing from one plugin preset to another using automation.

Epoch Dynamic Comb Filter – a new effect plug-in

August 8, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Cerberus Audio has announced the release of Epoch Dynamic Comb Filter, an effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Epoch Dynamic Comb Filter is a unique alternative to traditional filtering and dynamics processes such as equalizers and compressors.

Unlike most equalizers, Epoch is musically reactive, and Epoch has a wider range of tonal color than most compressors.

The heart of Epoch is its Comb Filter Section which features a 360° Phase Rotator and a Fractional Delay. The filtered signal is applied selectively by Epoch’s bespoke Dynamics Section.

Epoch (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $72 USD (single user) / $86 USD (commercial).

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GenoQs Machines Octopus Meets Ableton Live 8

August 5, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Just a quick little demo to show the Mother of ALL Sequencers controlling four virtual instruments in Abelton Live 8. The plugins where: Arturia MiniV, Artutia ModularV, 2 instances of Alchemy and drum Impulse

While sequencers are machines to control synthesizers, Octopus stands out for a broad user base as a musical instrument. The merit lies in the directness, intuitiveness and creativity that gets unleashed by interacting with Octopus.

User experience and musical creation are the centerpieces of the Octopus design: a no-compromise machine built from metal, wood, and modern real-time software technology. The thorougly structured user interface, its stunning looks, the materials and our care going into hand-assembling every unit make each Octopus a unique piece to stand the test of time.

Octopus’ tactile and visual feedback is a physical experience so typical for traditional musical instruments. Music is being felt, heard and played with Octopus. And the numbers behind it all.. no display? Well, do you really care? Yes, computers love them. We love light, color, and most of all music!

The family of Octopi has three members which differ in the enclosure they come in: Octopus New Classic for the piano lacquered wood look, comes with white painted panels and a red-green-yellow LED matrix. Octopus Lion Head carries on the nature wood look legacy that our original (and now discontinued) model has set, and which many users still long for. And finally Octopus The Shell- thisone you will never have to leave again! Built in an industrial strength road case, it features black anodized panels, and sparkles with red-green-yellow LEDs.

Inear Display – Tkapik (beta) Demo

August 1, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Inear Display describes Tkapik as an amplitude controlled generative sampler plugin. They say that you ad it to a track, then load a sound file and Tkapik will trigger the sample with random settings every time an amplitude peak is detected in the input signal. The sample can either be mixed with the input according to its amplitude envelope or completely replace the signal using the “solo” mode.

“Don’t get fooled by the minimalist interface : being sample-based, Tkapik opens a wide array of sonic possibilities. You can use it to simply layer a kick drum with some field recordings or in a more extreme way to replace a whole part by a chaos of random drills and glitches. When the sample is triggered, its start offset, loop points and optionally pitch are randomized, giving you surprising results every time.”

Additional features include the ability to resize the plugin interface to fit your display (Windows and Os X only), and map your MIDI controller easily using the built-in MIDI learn system. By its very nature, Tkapik has no preset system, but its state will be properly recalled when re-opening a project in your DAW.

Tkapik is available for Windows, Mac Os X and Linux, as VST (32/64 bit) and AU (32/64 bit, Mac only).

Features:

  • Sampler supporting wav and aiff audio files
  • Sample triggering based on input signal amplitude
  • Combine the sample and the input signal using the envelope follower
  • Replace the input signal using the solo mode
  • Random start offset, loop points and optionally pitch on every trigger
  • User defined range for pitch random
  • Sample reverse
  • MIDI learn
  • Vector based resizable user interface (Windows and Os X only)
  • Lifetime free updates for registered users

10€ – introductory price until 08/03/2013 (regular price: 20€)

More info here >>

Two new free VST plug-ins for Windows

July 31, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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J1000 has released two new free VST plug-ins for Windows. Here’s the details:

MQ55
Parametric mixing equalizer based on MQ57. Most of the functions are the same, except that MQ55 operates only in stereo mode, has more flexible pass filters and has gain ratio that acts like dry/wet control. This is my go-to EQ for music production.

SX36
Three-band stereo processor that separates audio into low, mid and high frequencies and lets you manipulate their stereo properties – width and panning or rotation. Crossover points are easily adjusted with single knob. It has simple meters for each range showing correlation or panning. High-pass filter cuts unwanted frequencies on side channel for more stable bass.

Get them here >>

WOW2 – 21 incredible filter types with the famous vowel mode

July 25, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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SugarBytes dreamt of a WOW2 and now it is here! With a future-dripping user interface, 21 incredible filter types with the famous vowel mode. With distortions that cover your tracks with gas and put them on fire. Modulations that cause more trouble than your modular dark room. And finally that warm and juicy sound, that you were looking for.

- 21 Filter types like Lowpass, Bandpass, Highpass, Bandreject, Comb and much more. Low pass types up to 48 db, including flavors like SVF, Diode Ladder and Transistor Ladder.
The filters and distortions have been designed for best harmonics without aliasing, for high definition audio quality.

- Three different analog modeling overdrives and four digital distortion functions are included. Use them pre or post the filter.

- Modulation is power. Power is sex. Create stunning trance gates with the step sequencer, do some giant wobbles with the wobble generator or let all the modulators interact with each other. The LFO offers many different wave forms, restart options and sync flavors.

- Presets are just one click away. Randomize presets to inspire yourself.

Get WOW2 now! Skrillex, Boys Noise, SiriusMo, Modeselektor, MouseOnMars already did.

WOW2 is the new filter plugin from Sugar Bytes.
Find it on www.sugar-bytes.com.

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