Twisted Tools- Reaktor Ensembles, Sample Packs and More

Reaktor Vortex Sampler $49 Colorflex Sequencer $49 Buffeater Effect $49 Scapes Effect/Gen $49 Twisted KP Utility $9 Rolodecks Pro Effect $69 S-Layer Sampler $69 MSMAX Effect $39 Ultraloop Sampler $69 Samplepacks

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Rytmik World Music – Song #4 (Nintendo DSiWare) (video)


Gumdrops Demo and Tutorial for iPad (video)


Another reminder about the mobile music SXSW panel

I know that I’ve mentioned this before, but if you can do anything to help, i.e. by voting for it then that would be very much appreciated.

So if you think that mobile music should get a bigger voice at SXSW in 2015 then click here and vote for our panel, it would be just great to get some more visibility for the world of mobile music at SXSW, so if you think that’s worthwhile, then click here and vote.

Thanks for your support.


Reminder: Final Thingamagoop 2 run …

Another reminder about the Bleep Labs Thingamagoop 2x final run. If you’re interested in getting one of the last Thingamagoop 2xs then you can order here, but only until the 22nd of September!


Music Tech Fest is only a week away!

This amazing event returns to London for a packed weekend of music technology and business. There’s a great line up for everyday and tickets are on sale now. If you’re going to be there please do say hello as I’ll be around and various points on all three days.


Ep.72: Nic Jones, Senior VP of International at VEVO (DMT 1-2-1)


Sequentix P3, Modular, Volca Keys and Beats (video)


Don’t forget: Thor is on sale until the 31st

Thor Polysonic Synthesizer from Propellerhead Software got a great update and is also on sale with 66% off. The price is down from $14.99 to just $4.99.

Here’s what was in the update:

  • Built for iOS7
  • Audiobus 2.1 support
  • Inter-App Audio
  • Various minor bugfixes and improvements

The app is on sale until the end of the month, so if you don’t have it yet grab it now and get a bargain.


From the Intermorphic blog: Timothy Didymus art installations

Intermorphic post to their blog about new installations from Timothy Didymus art installations using Noatikl.