Native Instruments on Thursday said it is partnering with Abbey Road recording studios to produce new software instruments. The first product is scheduled to be released in early 2010.
∞ Toontrack releases major update to EZplayer for IMAP support
Toontrack on Thursday released an update for its drum sampler utility, EZplayer. Among the changes are fixes for the IMAP presets used in Ocean Way Drums.
∞ Groove3 releases Music production and mixing Pro Tools videos
Video tutorial-maker, Groove3, released two new tutorial videos targeted to users interested in learning about music production and mixing.
∞ Brady Barnett brings his audio engineering talents to the masses
I love to learn. I absorb every little piece of knowledge I can about music production and editing, from as many people as I can. These days, it’s a lot easier to get that knowledge. Now, you can access the … Continued
∞ Superior Drummer update fixes iMap preset offset
Toontrack on Sunday released an update for its flagship drum sampler, Superior Drummer.
∞ Hands On: Universal Audio's Trident A-Range EQ
I love EQs. That may sound strange to some of you, but a good EQ let’s you carve out space in the frequencies of your music, so everything has a nice comfortable place to live.
∞ "One Finger Discount" encourages people to support developers
MacHeist began its newest software bundle deal this week with a twist — free software. In response to the deal, some developers have banded together to encourage people to pay for software and support developers.
∞ Universal Audio plug-ins updated with new EQ
Universal Audio on Wednesday released version 5.5 of its plug-in suite, adding a new EQ and fixing several issues with the older version.
∞ Hands On: Cakewalk's V-Studio 100
Like most guitar players, I spend a lot of time and money making sure I have the best gear I can afford to make my tone the best it can be. One item that’s often ignored when recording into the … Continued
Universal Audio: The best audio plug-ins for the Mac
I made some pretty bold statements when I first wrote about Universal Audio’s plug-ins for the Mac. I’ve had quite a few questions from that article, so I thought I’d try to answer them here. In the original article I … Continued