Two of Shanghai’s most adventurous experimental electronic artists have opened up their toolset, with sequencer.wtf. The Envelope Sequencer is the latest to join these Max for Live treats – SEQUENCER ELECTRONICS.
“Against the clock” sounds like – literally, ominous. “Bedroom producer” becomes a government-enforced reality. And so, here’s “Studios with threatening auras” at just the right time.
The team at MOTU has been busy in the past weeks, posting some in-depth webinars on production. Some feature the flagship DP10 DAW, of course, but there are some great tips for the M-series audio interface and its free Performer Lite, too.
UK-based Saffron had already created an extensive set of offerings for women and non-binary people in learning and developing in music tech. But now their online membership structure is open to you, wherever you are.
As we continue giving you the virtual version of the electronic media and music festivals you’ve been missing, here’s a flashback to a fascinating history of video processing as art form.
Hack your Launchpad! Novation’s new r_cycle lets you design your own layouts and interactions, and even turn them into instruments and effects, all in the free Pure Data environment.
Sequential’s Pro 3 embodies the digital-plus-analog approach we’ve come to associate with Dave Smith. Now its digital oscillator is open to custom wavetables.
Sure, 808 Day is coming. But enough x0x sequencers and simple step patterns. You need insane amounts of notes being spewed out of a pro 3D tool – clearly.
At the meeting point of humans, nature, and the urban landscape, parks in five cities paint a fascinating portrait of transformed lives.
Cockos’ REAPER is the stupidly affordable but endlessly customizable DAW. Just one example – this free sixteen-band EQ and spectrum analyzer, created by a user in Reaper’s JSFX*, for free, does just about everything.