0 comments on “If you missed Sugar Bytes newest app, Egoist, then you can find out about it here”

If you missed Sugar Bytes newest app, Egoist, then you can find out about it here

It arrived yesterday and I can already tell you that it’s an amazing app to mess around with.

You can find the original post with all the app’s details here, and also don’t forget that the app is 33% off until the 1st of December. So grab it now for $19.99 before it goes up.

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Frozen Lonesome: Blow My Blocks Off (official video)

Frozen Lonesome: Blow My Blocks Off (official video) from Frozen Lonesome on Vimeo.

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Phase Rings for iPad This Sounds Amazing (video)

0 comments on “Moog Werkstatt Analog Synth Build Timelapse w/Audio Demo (video)”

Moog Werkstatt Analog Synth Build Timelapse w/Audio Demo (video)

Video description:

“Building a Moog Werkstatt is easy, and it’s an amazing machine to learn how synthesizers work on. Simple, yet deep. Order a Werkstatt kit from a UK dealer here: http://sourcedistribution.co.uk/deale…

Audio is raw output from the Werkstatt, no post processing or effects at all. Just some volume adjustment!”

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K-Board Feature Walkthrough (video)

0 comments on “BIAS Desktop – Upload a Preset to the ToneCloud (video)”

BIAS Desktop – Upload a Preset to the ToneCloud (video)

How to upload a preset you created in BIAS Desktop to the ToneCloud.

Positive Grid’s BIAS Desktop includes the ability to upload and share tones/presets you created right from within the app. It’s easy to share.

1. Create a custom tone/amp
2. Login to ToneCloud
3. Click the Upload Icon and name, describe, and categorize your preset
4. Click SHARE – that’s it

BIAS Desktop is a revolutionary Amp Simulation application. Build your own custom amp using immaculately modeled components. You can even use AMP MATCH to accurately capture the sound of your own real guitar amps or use sound files of professionally recorded guitar amps and capture that tone for yourself.

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Loopy: Masterpiece Edition Walkthrough 3: Bindings (video)

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Caustic used live in a professional setting "on the run" (cover) (video)

Via Musical Android.

0 comments on “Where are we with Wej?”

Where are we with Wej?

So 10 days into the additional 30 days that Retronyms have given themselves and we’re only at 59% of Wej funded so far. So they have 19 days left now, let’s see where that goes.

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Teenage Engineering PO-12 Techno demo by Jordan Passmore (video)

Video description:

“This demo consists of the Teenage Engineering PO-12 (prototype), a Boss DD-5 Digital Delay effects pedal and a Fender Mini Tone Master amp. The Fender amp applies a bit of distortion to the signal and slight EQ cut on the highs. The delay produces a minimal echo of the PO-12s output.

I pre-programmed the bassline for this demo but the rest of the track is built-up as the video progresses. The PO-12 is the sound generator for the entire track. Holding down the “Write” button and tweaking the right parameter knob allows for recording of parameter movement; in many cases it is decay, like on the hi-hats, but with some sounds it is pitch, filter, etc. Holding down the “FX” button followed by one of the 1-16 buttons applies an effect to the master output. This too can be recorded in real-time and embedded into the pattern. This video may or may not be representative of the PO-12 post-release as the unit in this video is a prototype.”