All posts by Patricia Blay

Worldwide Beef Market: Industry Manufacturers Analysis and a…

Worldwide Beef Market: Industry Manufacturers Analysis and also Future Forecasts Report 2017-2022 This research study is fractional on the basis of applications, modern technology, location, as well as kinds. The Report supplies a comprehensive Beef Industry introduction along with the evaluation of markets gross margin, price framework, intake worth, and also sale rate. We offer … Continue reading Worldwide Beef Market: Industry Manufacturers Analysis and a…

Live Ambient Performance With Arturia Microbrute & Tascam Portastudios

This video captures a live ambient performance, featuring Arturia Microbrute as a sound source and dual Tascam Portastudios for looping and tape effects.… Read More Live Ambient Performance With Arturia Microbrute & Tascam Portastudios

New Software Review: Video Slave 4 Pro by Non-Lethal Applications

Many film composers, music editors, sound designers—really anyone working with audio in post-production—often need a reliable way to play back video. While many DAWS offer the ability to import video directly into your session, they often don’t interact well with certain video formats and codec types. For instance, I have Read more… The post New Software Review: Video Slave 4 … Continue reading New Software Review: Video Slave 4 Pro by Non-Lethal Applications

Leakage is a freaky Ableton Live bass machine, Wavetable monster, from $0

It’s an automatic glitching bass. It’s a transformative set of 128 Wavetable sounds. It’s a Max for Live chaining device. It’s all of that – it’s Leakage, the free/pay-what-you-will Ableton Live creation from Tom Cosm. The idea is to give you ever-changing bassline sounds each time you hit a note, for colorful and glitchy results. … Continue reading Leakage is a freaky Ableton Live bass machine, Wavetable monster, from $0

Point Blank Tutorial: First look at Native Instruments’ Massive X

Last week, Native Instruments released Massive X, the eagerly anticipated follow-up to 2007’s Massive softsynth. Point Blank has now released a tutorial video that gives an overview of the new synth’s oscillators, signal flow and more. Undertaken by Chris Carter, Point Blank’s Module Leader for Sound Design, the overview’s first half zooms in on the … Continue reading Point Blank Tutorial: First look at Native Instruments’ Massive X