Checking out the brand new Atmegatron synthesizers from Soulsby. It’s a crazy little desktop synth with tons of waveforms, 15 filter types, the ability to upload your own waveforms, and even change or hack the OS to turn it into a totally different synthesizer! It has a very different front panel so we go through the layout as well as the sounds and I even show you a few of the unreleased OS versions as well as the official Atcyclatron OS which turns it into a wavetable cyclling synth!
Get the synth here: http://soulsbysynths.com/atmegatron-c…
Read the full review here: http://soundsandgear.com/soulsby-atme…
We build our own full-size MS20, add a filter selection switch and compare with an original.
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My reaction and playing around with the Minibrute. Also included is a quick look at the preset templates. Check out this awesome analog synth!
This three oscillator analog with 8 voice paraphonic operation, has slipped under the radar a little with some of the other big monosynth releases this year. I think it deserves a closer inspection.
Reviewer John Krogh expands on the December 2013 print review of Apple Logic Pro X with a screen video tour of new and useful features.
Logic Pro X has more than just a new look — it gives you new options you’ve never had before. You can work the way you always have, with the full power and depth of Logic Pro. Or if you’re exploring ideas, you can choose to work with a more streamlined set of controls to keep things moving right along. You can also personalize Advanced Tools to make your workflow match your creative flow.
The new design also makes it easier to get things done. Transport controls are now located right at the top of the main window. You can easily browse and add more sounds from the Sound Library, conveniently placed next to other track-related controls. Visual snap guides help you quickly align and edit regions. A more responsive, more accurate tuner is just a click away. And Autosave keeps all your work safe and sound. Want to know how something works? Just hover your cursor over any part of the interface for Quick Help tips. To dive deeper, pull up the relevant section of the user manual with a single keystroke.
Rich Hilton is back from touring with Chic, which included a live appearance on X Factory in the UK, We talk Jimmy Sommerville, Elektro Moskva, Cubase Gesture Control, Da Vinci’s Viola Organista, Zynaptiq Pitchmap and the tiny linux PC Cloudsto MK802IV LE Quad Core
Discover Maschine Studio’s ultra-intuitive beatmaking and production workflow in this short overview video. http://www.native-instruments.com/mas…
MASCHINE STUDIO keeps you laser-focused on the quest for the perfect groove. Its pattern-based sequencer and high-performance sampler, exemplary drum synths, incredible suite of creative effects and pro instruments, and acclaimed sound library deliver ultimate production power. All with a fully tactile, hardware-focused workflow that puts you in total control of the groove.
With two new AMOLED screens and a more integrated control surface, Maschine Studio is now the flagship hardware in the range, with a major software upgrade in V 2.0 which also is compatible with the existing Maschine Hardware, there’s a lot to digest. Gaz Williams takes us for a deep appraisal of the two new components.
A quick review of the Electro Harmonix 8-Step Program in regards of how it can be useful for a modular synthesizer or any other synthesizer that has a CV Input for the filter or other destinations.
Of course our personal favorite is the last one featuring Matsutake from Logic System
Arturia’s new baby – is 100% analogue with a lot of features for the money – see what we make of it.
+ a little Japanese bonus:
“Mogul, pine Takeshi analog synth love playing down analog synths Arturia, the MiniBrute.
I would connect you to their own “closet” to the (Moog Modular).” Googlish
Native Instruments just released MASCHINE STUDIO and its all new 2.0 software for the entire product line.
Massivebeatz chats in depth about the new features, prices, pros and cons, alternatives (MPC Renaissance, DSI Tempest) – and whether you might need to upgrade.
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