“Ducking allows music to be turned down automatically when someone is speaking. For fine control, you can use Automation (which the next video will explain), but Ferrite’s automatic ducking can be a useful time-saver. Tell it which tracks are which, so it knows what to duck, and what not to, and it takes care of it.”
I’ve been meaning to post this for a couple of days so I’m just glad that it’s still there on eBay. These are pretty rare these days and I think I’ve only seen a handful in the last few years.
The price isn’t bad at all.
AKAI U5 TRACKMAN STUDIO 4 TRACK CASSETTE on eBay
Here’s what’s new in SpringSound 2.0:
- MIDI MPE compliant (compatible with Haken Continuum, ROLI Seaboard, Linnstrument, Madrona Labs Soundplane, etc.)
- IOS9 update
- iPone 6S and 6S Plus compatibility
- Small bug fixes
- A bigger update (with new functional features) is on its way
“iMASCHINE 2 is the full-featured app for producing on the go with your iPhone or iPad. Watch LA-based producer TK Kayembe create an entire track in one day using iMASCHINE 2.
Create tracks on the go – whenever inspiration strikes. Fingerdrum your beats or lay them down quickly with the new Step Mode. Play always-in-key chords, melodies, and basslines with the Smart Play keyboard. Then, turn your loops and scenes into full tracks with the Arranger.
And you also get a vast, updated sound library, features for iPhones that support 3D Touch, and more.
Download iMASCHINE 2 from the App Store and start making music instantly – wherever you are”
You can get iMaschine 2 from Native Instruments at 50% off the normal price (just $4.99 rather than $9.99) until the 1st of December. Find it on the app store by clicking below.
“Recorded using Nave only: All sounds were created by me, using homemade samples of mundane household objects as waveforms (as before, I won’t say what ones). Nave’s built-in reverb was the only effect used. The recording was done inside Nave using it’s 4-track recording function.
All video recorded with a Lumix GH2 and GX7, and by me of course.”
And it’s called AmpliTube Acoustic FREE, of course. Just thought I’d mention it in case you didn’t know.