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Looking at the ATmegatron from Soulsby Synths

When I went to interview Mr Soulsby I got him to demo his excellent synth at the same time.

Hope you enjoy it.

You can find out more about the synth at

http://soulsbysynths.com/

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e-l-s-a +cubasis iaa test (video)

0 comments on “The GlitchBreaks and Sliver promo code competition is now closed.”

The GlitchBreaks and Sliver promo code competition is now closed.

My apologies for this being a bit late. I will be sending out the promo codes over the next hour or so.

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Reasons to Use Final Touch for Audio Post Production (video)

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Voxen Vocal Synth, Demo and Tutorial for iPad (video)

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Teenage Engineering OP-1/VolcaBeats/ReBirth Jam (video)

Korg Volcas on eBay

OP-1s (on eBay)

Rebirth for iPad on the app store:

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Don’t forget to enter the GlitchBreaks and Sliver contest


The contest will run from 9am B.S.T. until 9pm B.S.T.

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How to use Caustic 3.1 with AudioBus and virtual MIDI (iOS) (video)

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KSSynth Tutorial – Caustic 3 (video)

0 comments on “Palm Sounds Song Contest Entry: Brave New Sounds (PalmSounds contest) by Frozen Lonesome (audio)”

Palm Sounds Song Contest Entry: Brave New Sounds (PalmSounds contest) by Frozen Lonesome (audio)

And this is how it was done …

This is my entry for the PalmSounds.net 8th birthday contest. Made completely in IOS, this multi-stage track features some of my favourite recording methods and apps. Created on an iPhone 5 and then finished on the iPad. Using Loopy as the main recording app, environmental sounds (wind, wind chimes etc.) were recorded through AUXFX:Dub and AudioReverb. The main beats, bass and percussion are from Loopseque recorded as separate stems into Loopy.

Cello, Trumpet and synths are from ThumbJam and processed through AUXFX:Space & AUXFX:Dub. All Loopy Stems were exported to AudioShare and transferred via DropBox to my iPad3. The tracks were opened in Auria, arranged and mixed down. The resulting mix was opened in Audioshare and processed through Stereo Designer. The processed track was opened into a new project file in Auria and mixed with the first mix. This allowed me to dial in as much of the Stereo Designer processed version as desired. The track was mixed down and then exported again to Audioshare. The penultimate version was given a final mastering in Mastering.