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Roland Zen-Core Promises To Lets Create Sounds Once And Use Them Across Synths, Workstations, Keytars, Grooveboxes & More

With ZEN-Core, you can share and exchange sounds across synthesizers, so you can choose the hardware that best meets your workflow or application – from grooveboxes to performance synthesizers and stage pianos.… Read More Roland Zen-Core Promises To Lets Create Sounds Once And Use Them Across Synths, Workstations, Keytars, Grooveboxes & More

Korg RK-100S Keytar Lets You ‘Emanate Powerful Presence’ On Stage

Ahead of the 2020 NAMM Show, Korg has announced the RK-100S keytar, described as ‘the long-awaited rebirth of KORG’s famous keytar’. The RK-100S features an 8-voice synth engine, two ribbon controllers, a vocoder and battery operation. Features: Clear finish shows the woodgrain New programs that ’emanate powerful presence’ when soloing 37-note slim keyboard Two ribbon… … Continue reading Korg RK-100S Keytar Lets You ‘Emanate Powerful Presence’ On Stage

J74 SliceShuffler lets you chop up and transform audio in Ableton Live, in real time

Take live audio in, slice it up, reshuffle it, manipulate it, all beat-synced – SliceShuffler is a new Live slicer-dicer, for just a few bucks. I’ve covered developer J74’s stuff before. (J74 is the Max-developing alias of Fabrizio Poce.) This one looks really special, though. The basic idea is, you take a live input, toss … Continue reading J74 SliceShuffler lets you chop up and transform audio in Ableton Live, in real time

Cody Currie lets us into his Jazz Dungeon studio and tells us how Berlin life has shaped his career for the better

Cody Currie’s nuanced concoctions of jazz keys, disco licks and heavy-hitting drums has cemented his place in the house music scene, with a distinctive sound that oozes maturity. The Berlin-based 24-year-old has been experimenting with samples for most of his career but has recently dived head-first into live instrumentation within his productions. After recently teaming … Continue reading Cody Currie lets us into his Jazz Dungeon studio and tells us how Berlin life has shaped his career for the better

No Man’s Sky update lets you create your own tunes in-game

No Man’s Sky 2.24 introduces ByteBeat, a synthesiser and sequencer that lets players create beats inside the game. The in-game device features an envelope editor, drum machine, arpeggiator, waveform editor with randomisation. Multiple devices can be linked to create an ensemble of synthesised sounds, with synchronisation to keep them in unison. Admittedly, the demo above … Continue reading No Man’s Sky update lets you create your own tunes in-game

New Plugin Lets You Slice, Dice, Make Julienne Fries With Your MIDI

Audiaire has introduced Zenith, an advanced MIDI processor with a host of filters, chorder, scaler, LFOs, envelopes, and 24 x 32 step sequencers controlling MIDI CCs, pitch, velocity and gate at a variety of rates. … Read More New Plugin Lets You Slice, Dice, Make Julienne Fries With Your MIDI

Sound and Vision: Music Visualization Lets You See Your Sounds

Every year the Pantone Color Institute names a color of the year—a single swatch to accompany the global movements and trends that define us. 2020’s color of the year? Pantone Classic Blue 19-4052. To mark the intersection of Classic Blue and our current moment,, LANDR, PANTONE and Audio UX came together to answer a simple … Continue reading Sound and Vision: Music Visualization Lets You See Your Sounds

Bitwig Studio 3.1 lets you do loads of creative stuff with pitch, tuning, slicing

The latest update from Bitwig offers variations on a theme – from microtuning to lots of new features for working with pitch editing and playing live. Oh, and it’s easier to learn, too. Bitwig Studio 3.1 is now in testing, and while there’s a ton of new stuff, it’s really pitch and tuning that stand … Continue reading Bitwig Studio 3.1 lets you do loads of creative stuff with pitch, tuning, slicing

Spitfire Audio’s free experimental LABS synth lets you play with unique textures

Spitfire Audio is back again with another LABS instrument, this time going for a more experimental approach with Opia. The software instrument was created from a collection of sonic textures taken from Ólafur Arnalds and artists performing at his London festival, Opia – hence the instrument’s name. These artists include Kiasmos, VAAL, Rhye, Poppy Ackroyd, … Continue reading Spitfire Audio’s free experimental LABS synth lets you play with unique textures

Reloop RMX-10BT lets you hook up a smartphone via Bluetooth.

The Reloop RMX-10BT DJ mixer is a 2-channel DJ mixer in a compact design, allowing for wireless music streaming thanks to a built-in Bluetooth interface. This means you can connect a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or other Bluetooth enabled audio playback device as a source, routing the signal through the mixer. A handy Bluetooth section on … Continue reading Reloop RMX-10BT lets you hook up a smartphone via Bluetooth.