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RA - Tech A master of sound shows us how he tinkers. The app reconfigures the functionality of Native Instruments iPad DJ app for smaller touchscreens. Mon, 29 Apr 2013 / HerrJordan 2 Comments The veteran producer and engineer talks to Music Radar about his approach to the dark art of audio mastering. Left, right and everywhere in between: RA's Jono Buchanan explains how to find space for your sounds. RA's Jordan Rothlein spent a few days in Frankfurt surveying the sights and sounds at Europe's annual music technology showcase.
Sound Like A Virtuoso Musician With Your iPad [Feature Garageband for iPad is an amazing deal – for just five bucks, you have access to a fully featured, powerful set of recording tools at your beck and call, all while on the go. There’s no need for wires, expensive sound equipment, or even instruments – GarageBand for iPad can make you sound like an expert musician, regardless of your previous experience with music or recording software. Let’s take a look at how.
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Home Studio Corner Have you ever tried to get a nine month old dressed? It’s almost impossible. As you may recall, my wife and I have a three year old boy and twin nine month old girls. It has been a few years since I had to dress a toddler, and it can be so frustrating. The most frustrating part? Bass Guitar – Gotta Get Through This- AS Music Technology : themusicespionage.co.uk Time for even more help from The Music Espionage again for the song ‘Gotta Get Through This’, by Daniel Bedingfield. Yes more tutorials for the amazing course GCE As Music Technology. In this tutorial we will focus on the Bass Guitar in ‘Gotta Get Through This’. Gotta Get Through This!
Reaktor Tips: Chroma and Gris-Gris: Sequenced Monster Monosynth Ladies, Gentlemen, Exalted Bipeds, may I introduce to you my latest creation, the Chroma and Gris-Gris ensemble: Chroma is a performance oriented monosequencer and VA carefully tuned for ergonomic ease of use and glitch free operation in standalone and plugin mode. Slur features in Chroma match up with legato and glide features in the Gris-Gris synth to create a slinky sinuous note articulation. Sequences can be created and controlled via mouse, MIDI, Konkreet Performer, TouchOSC and Lemur. Since there is now full OSC support in the Reaktor plugin version, you can do everything with Chroma in your preferred DAW that you can do stand-alone.
Perfect Circuit Audio Blog - Perfect Circuit Audio OTO Machines is not at Musikmesse, but they did announce something today... Something awesome! "BIM - Poetic Repeater: 12-bit delay (up to 2 seconds in stereo) with modulation (several waveforms available), separate hipass & lowpass filters for the delay signal and the feedback path, extra FXs (Reverse, Flanger, Dual Head, Distortion,...).True 12-bit converters, filters, compander & feedback paths are analog for a very warm and grainy sound.TAP and FREEZE function. Delay can be synced to MIDI Clock. BAM - Space Generator: