Just a reminder that the Studio One Week sale is still on for another day over at Groove3! So if you're looking to brush up on your Studio One chops, then here's a great opportunity to get access to some high quality training material for bargain prices.
The Grand Rhapsody Piano complements the existing the Waves Electric 88 Piano, Electric Grand 80 Piano and Element instruments, to name a few, in Waves ever growing line of virtual instrument products.
Our good friends at Waves have released Smack Attack - a new transient shaper plug-in designed to add smack and bite to drums, loops, synth hits and all percussive sounds by designing the level, shape and duration of their transients’ attack and sustain – from surgical tweaks to savage effects.
In Part 5 of this free video tutorial series, Friend of the Blog - Producer/Mixer Kevin Elib from Ksoundd finishes off the series with some last minute tips on cleaning up/organizing your session, and bringing up the levels before the final export.
Our friends at PreSonus have announced Quantum a new flagship Thunderbolt Interface. Quantum offers 26x32 over the now ubiquitous Thunderbolt 2 connectivity. At first glance, the new Quantum interface looks strikingly similar to their already popular Studio 192 interface which offers a similar experience over USB3. However, at the heart of the interface lies a much faster interface offering low latency performance out of the box.
In Part 4 of this free video tutorial series, Friend of the Blog - Producer/Mixer Kevin Elib from Ksoundd picks up from where he left off in Part 3, as he continues to add FX and various ear candy elements to the production.
Our good friends at iZotope have just released RX6 Standard and RX6 Advanced. In addition, they've also added a new product to their line-up, RX Elements which replaces the RX Plugin Pack and includes the RX6 Standalone Editor application as well as the plug-ins that were included in the RX Plugin Pack.
In Part 3 of this free video tutorial series, Friend of the Blog - Producer/Mixer Kevin Elib from Ksoundd picks up from where he left off in Part 2, as he continues to build the track by adding drums and bass.