Our friends at UVI have just released a brand new synth library called UVS-3200 featuring sounds from the Korg PS-3200 - a semi-modular 48-voice polyphonic analog synth. The Korg PS-3200 was built in small numbers during the late 1970s.
Our friends at UVI have released a new Expansion for Falcon called Ether Fields by Simon Stockhausen. Utilizing Falcon's deep synthesis, effects and modulation capabilities, The Ether Fields expansion delivers 100 premiere patches designed to channel the timeless energy of myth and consciousness.
In this free pureMix video tutorial Ryan West shows you how to get started with Modular, an analog modular emulation synthesizer by Softube.
Do you, like me get a chill down your spine when someone asks you to change the attack on that synth patch, or just change the LFO on that sound? If so, the new Softube Modular synth could be for you.
Strings are an integral part of a lot of mainstream music these days, but the difference between a meaningless mush and a soaring arrangement is vast. Top string arrangers are worth their weight in gold, but for many of us the cost is prohibitive. Here are 5 ways to better strings that cost you nothing.
Waves have released an update to their virtual analog synth Element 2.0. Element 2.0 is available separately or as part of the Dave Audé EMP Toolbox and the Mercury plug-in bundle. If you have current Waves Update Plan coverage and you already own the earlier version of Element, either separately or in one of these bundles, you may update to Element 2.0 free of charge.
MIDI and samplers can seem like the ideal way to get down parts when you don’t have the real instruments and players to hand, but here are 5 common mistakes made when doing it.
Our partner UVI is offering Digital Synsations FREE worth $199 but only for 2 days. This offer will expire on September 13th. As with offers of this kind, there is likely to be a very high take up, so please be patient if things take a little longer that expected. If you have any problems then please refer to UVI.
This in depth video shows how Pro Tools routes MIDI in and around Pro Tools.
It shows the difference between MIDI, Instrument and Aux tracks and how easy it can be to get confused