Korg has released a series of videos, embedded above, that take an in-depth look at their new Wavestate synthesizer. Korg Product Specialist Nick Kwas introduces Wave Sequencing 2.0; creating and editing wave sequences; using probability; multisamples, layers and vector synthesis; modulation assignment; performance options and more.
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The holidays are coming up quick so before everyone gets started with their holiday shopping, it’s time to find (or ask for) that perfect gift. There’s so much interesting music gear out there, it’s not hard to get overwhelmed by choice. There’s so much interesting music gear out there, it’s not hard to get overwhelmed … Continue reading 20 Holiday Gift Ideas on Every Musician’s List for Any Budget
Focal’s 40th anniversary celebrations include issuing a limited-edition run of their Solo6 monitor, with just 400 worldwide.
Everything Starts with Something: Business Credit Starts with Business Trade Lines Everything has to start somewhere, with something. A flower starts with a seed. A book starts with the first letter typed, a house begins with the first nail hammered, and a move begins with the director’s word. When it comes to business credit, it … Continue reading Break in to the Credit Circle: 6 Easy Approval Business Trade Lines
I just went on the Working Class Audio Podcast with Matt Boudreau and the conversation went to a lot of places that I didn’t expect. Matt was really curious to hear my “origin” story, which is something I don’t generally share, largely because I don’t really like talking about myself Read more… The post Audio, … Continue reading Audio, Origins and More: Justin Colletti on the “Working Class Audio” Podcast
A wolf doesn’t wait for its food to come to them. It hunts. I shouldn’t have to tell you that … Read More The post How To Get More Plays on SoundCloud: 5 Legit Strategies (2019) appeared first on EDMProd.
Everyone knows how difficult it is to actually mix on headphones. Since the drivers are so close to your ears, you lose the sense of space that you get with speakers, which means that some of your balance, panning and low-end decisions can be out of wack with what you hear on a pair of … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Abbey Road Studio 3 Headphone Reference Plugin