It all started in 1966 as a way to fake multiple takes – and it works pretty well for any vocals. And now, in one of the more ambitious emulation efforts undertaken recently, software engineers are hoping to recreate a sound you know quite well from artists like The Beatles. And oh, yeah, even if […]Read more
Just watch it. As you can hear, the vocal’s not moving in and out any more. Consider this your Unicorn Chaser of the day. Yes, it’s possible we’ve watched too many of these sorts of videos… Hope you’re having a good weekend. Thank you, Machinedrum, for the tip. * Disclaimer: No, I do not think […]
Many users of software employing the popular iLok copy protection product are finding their licenses invalidated. A server glitch is to blame, but fixes have now taken since earlier in June and still appear to be at least partially incomplete. New installations and a process called “synchronization” can have the impact. iLok developer PACE has […]
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