Known for its eclectic range of sleek Eurorack devices, Qu-Bit Electronix has just unveiled another unique module. Surface is a multi-timbral physical modelling voice that is designed to recreate the sounds of acoustic instruments but boasts properties that can manufacture weird and wonderful synth textures. The range of physical models includes plucked strings, prepared piano … Continue reading Qu-Bit’s Surface flows physical modelled sounds into synthetic textures
Hardware synths produce an incredibly powerful sound that’s hard to ignore. Who doesn’t love twisting a knob and hearing it change the sound with an analog electric signal, in real-time? If there’s one synth that should be on your radar, it’s the Deckard’s Dream from Black Corporation. Deckard’s Dream is inspired by the iconic Yamaha … Continue reading Rare Gear: Diving Into Deckard’s Dream With Magda
When Earth seems to lack perspective, call on a Saturnian. And it’s a perfect time the Sun Ra Arkestra is back, and the Outer Space Visual Communicator is running, too. The post Plunge into the world of Sun Ra and the Outer Space Visual Communicator appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
It seems like everybody is scrambling to make gear for podcasting and streaming. But RØDE has done something unique and self-contained and a firmware update makes it look like a serious tool. The post The RØDECaster Pro promises to pack a broadcast sound studio into a box appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
It’s certainly no secret that audio effects are capable of transforming instruments, adding flair and interest. Our Logic Pro Tips lessons have demonstrated the power of audio effects, particularly in the tutorial on Phat FX. Now, it’s time to take a look at Logic Pro X‘s well-loved reverb unit, Space Designer. The convolution reverb plug-in … Continue reading Learn how Logic Pro X’s Space Designer can send your sounds into orbit
Click here to listen on your favorite podcast provider. This week, Lindgren sat down to chat on the EDM Prodcast. … Read More The post Lindgren on Honing Your Writing Skills & Breaking Into The Music Industry appeared first on EDMProd.
FL Studio’s reputation is deceiving: this is one of the richest, most surprisingly open-ended tools for music-making. But long-time users may miss some of its recent improvements – and newcomers may not be clear on how to start. The post How to get into a creative flow with FL Studio – and what could make … Continue reading How to get into a creative flow with FL Studio – and what could make it worth it
Seven Days Of Sound Design series covers a range of synthetic sounds, and includes downloadable Omnisphere patches
Life post-apocalypse is mysterious, but somehow comforting – a digitally generated, AI-assisted woven blanket of sounds. There is calm in uncertainty – once you adapt. At least that’s the feeling I get personally, listening to the glitching electro-acoustic ambiance of Microohm, Infinita Incertidumbre. There are yawning caverns, gently shuffling rhythms, persistent electronic rattles and beeps … Continue reading Fall into the dislocated, glitching rituals of Microhm, latest project of Mexico’s Leslie Garcia