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A 17-yo made a reference to actions for participating now, and it’s multilingual

While the record industry are honing their profound Instagram prose and really powerful uses of Helvetica, volunteers are making simple action cards – relevant everywhere from the USA to the Philippines. The post A 17-yo made a reference to actions for participating now, and it’s multilingual appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.

Valhalla DSP Has A Free Reverb For You & It’s ‘Supermassive’

Valhalla DSP has introduced Valhalla Supermassive, a free reverb effect for Mac & Windows that they say is designed to create”luscious clouds of reverb, otherworldly delays, swelling waves of feedback unlike any you’ve heard before.”… Read More Valhalla DSP Has A Free Reverb For You & It’s ‘Supermassive’

Arturia recreates Oberheim OB-Xa – and it’s somehow even more massive

Arturia today has unveiled a software reproduction of the epic OB-Xa – and it might feel as powerful in 2020 as the original did in 1980. I would presume there are two major markets for remakes and clones of past synths. You’ve got people wanting to use the instruments of some of their favorite artists. … Continue reading Arturia recreates Oberheim OB-Xa – and it’s somehow even more massive

Valhalla Supermassive is the reverb at the end of the universe – and it’s free

How big is it? The latest from developer Sean Costello has networks of delays up to two seconds – as in, each delay – for lush shorter reverberation all the way to epic stretches of minutes at a time. The post Valhalla Supermassive is the reverb at the end of the universe – and it’s … Continue reading Valhalla Supermassive is the reverb at the end of the universe – and it’s free

Hard Truths: It’s Better to Finish Your Release Then Play a Show

Welcome to Hard Truths, the series on the LANDR Blog where we cut through the noise and take on a harsh reality from the world of music production. This is the advice you might not want to hear—but will make you a better producer. There’s nothing more exciting than the feeling of playing music in … Continue reading Hard Truths: It’s Better to Finish Your Release Then Play a Show

Folamour on his quarantine studio set-up and how it’s inspired new music

French groove-weaver Folamour doesn’t set his sights on one genre. He’s made quite the name for himself in the underground house scene with sample-focused four-to-the-floor tracks. But Folamour slows things down smoothly with tracks like Petit Prince Du Macadam, showcasing his versatility as a producer.  His latest single, I Miss Having Someone To Talk To is … Continue reading Folamour on his quarantine studio set-up and how it’s inspired new music

This vaporwave synth was made with a VHS tape deck – and it’s surprisingly deep

In these trying times… well, we definitely need to hear rare 80s synths with some friendly, fuzzy VHS deck warble, right? Wish granted! This saga starts with SampleScience’s Vaporwaves, which was a grab-bag rompler/multi-sampled instrument full of 80s sounds – FM mallets, glass pianos, Rhodes, onboard VHS effects. And yes, of course it also came … Continue reading This vaporwave synth was made with a VHS tape deck – and it’s surprisingly deep

Audiokit Bass 808 is an iOS drum designer – but it’s not around forever

You can now create heavy, ultra-low TR-808 kick basslines with Audiokit Bass 808 and its interactive keyboard. The app is available on iOS and will only be on the App Store for a limited time. The TR-808 kick drum has become an iconic tone in modern music, taking a dramatic shift in context since its … Continue reading Audiokit Bass 808 is an iOS drum designer – but it’s not around forever