F could only ever be for Fairchild. If for no other reason that this plug-in is the most UAD-ish of all the UAD plug-ins. What I mean by that is that UAD are best known for meticulous software recreations of classic analogue equipment.
It looks as it this week's round up is going to have a celebration theme. To start with its A Sound Effect's first birthday and they are celebrating with a great sale, Wildtrack Sound Library have a holiday sale on at the moment and in other news Hiss and a Roar have released The Doors Volume 1.
In this video James talks about the idea of choosing the right Snare Drum for the song. James plays an excerpt from "Burning The Fan Mail" by Rex Strother where is try out 5 different snare drums to see / hear which one fits the track the best.
You may remember that Editors Keys set up a Kickstarter Campaign to build backlit keyboards. Well the Windows keyboards have been out for quite a while now but it has taken them while to get the Mac versions out. Jonah Guelzo has apparently got the first Mac Pro Tools keyboard and he has reviewed it for Pro Tools Expert.
Get the Eleven Rack presets for use in Pro Tools with Eleven Mark II and the Avid Stomp boxes, lovingly ported from Eleven Rack as our free gift to the Pro Tools community - start collecting them and find out how to use them.
We are continuing our series profiling the companies on our Audio Market page where we offer smaller developers the opportunity to reach the Pro Tools community at a much lower price. This week we turn our attention to Charles Schiermeyer the developer of Chordie.
Grab a free copy of the Waves TrueVerb reverb plugin for free.
Waves TrueVerb features a flexible graphic interface and powerful editing parameters, TrueVerb combines reverb with an Early Reflections simulator to create extraordinarily natural-sounding virtual acoustic spaces.
In the past we have featured a lot of stuff about bad clients and dealing with them, but is there a way to get good, or even better clients? Well there are no guarantees that your next client isn’t going to be a nightmare, but here are 5 ways you might want to consider to attract great clients.