All posts by Loren Sullivan

Sample and Hold: Making Emo Trap With Creator

Welcome to Sample and Hold, the series on the LANDR Blog where we highlight one unique crate-digging session and the digger’s gold we came back with using Selector—the world’s first AI sample recommendation tool Last week LANDR launched the beta version of Creator, LANDR’s new online beat making tool that makes it super easy to … Continue reading Sample and Hold: Making Emo Trap With Creator

Tracking Best Practices: Gospel Vocals on “The Weather” by Lawrence

“We so believe that a great performance makes a great recording.” When a band and a studio make a perfect match, magic happens. You can hear it in action on an emotionally moving tracking session that happened in New York City. Back in February, the band known as Lawrence, led Read more… The post Tracking … Continue reading Tracking Best Practices: Gospel Vocals on “The Weather” by Lawrence

Free IAP sale: make your own split-screen music videos with Roland 4XCAMERA

You’ve seen those split-screen music videos. Now an app helps you make your own – and its normally paid in-app purchases are free for a limited time. I’m posting this mainly because I hope some CDMer out there will do something weird and unexpected with it. But yeah, this is an app from Roland. And … Continue reading Free IAP sale: make your own split-screen music videos with Roland 4XCAMERA

NAMM 2020: PreSonus Quantum 2626 builds on the brand’s Thunderbolt interface line

NAMM 2020: PreSonus expands its Thunderbolt Quantum range with the Quantum 2626, delivering a recording and monitoring resolution of 24-bit/192kHz. PreSonus’ Quantum 2626 Thunderbolt 3 audio interface is to be debuted at next week’s NAMM event, boasting a “barely measurable roundtrip latency, as low as <1ms” according to the brand. The interface is the next … Continue reading NAMM 2020: PreSonus Quantum 2626 builds on the brand’s Thunderbolt interface line

Turn Your Old Record Player Into A New Guitar Effect

Sometimes something old is new again. We all love the optical tremolo effect on Fender amplifiers (though it’s not used that frequently), but here’s another way to get the same effect using an old record player and vinyl record. 555 timer IC (Jacob Ellzey) used a gutted record player, a light bulb, and a few … Continue reading Turn Your Old Record Player Into A New Guitar Effect