In the midst of the 2020 DAW updates, Steinberg appears to be uniquely focused on pro workflows and precise editing and sound processing tools. Cubase 11 is looking like a landmark update.
Chicken? Egg? You’ve got both. Ableton Live adds expression that’s actually built for human hands and not just organ keyboards. All you need is hardware and know-how. Sensel have a pitch for both today on Live 11 announcement day – and a guide to a bunch of plug-ins.
Live 11 is coming. It may not seem radical at first, but it does three things enthusiasts may appreciate – it gives you stuff you asked for, it’s more creative to work with, and it’s got some serious nerd candy. Let’s take a look inside. Slow burn love There’s not much in this upgrade. Wait, […]
Just a wild guess, but I’m guessing everyone could use a moment of transcendent peace right about now. “The feeling of being held while you open your heart.” Well, yeah, sign me up for that. Thomas Vanz, the filmmaker who has had a long-running, eye-popping collaboration with producer Max Cooper, this time makes animations for […]
norms from monome opens up an ecosystem of musical ideas. But if opening that door was out of your budget range, consider a DIY option – and marvel at what this can do with a terrific new app.
It’s terrible recording technology, made into wonderful music tool. This 1970s Soviet machine saw Cold War spy and military action – but now you get to cheat and use it as a plug-in.
Seared and sighing, the textures of Dakn’s debut release express pain and mourning. But these aching sounds find some feeling of grace. They are hurt expressed, like a cry.
It’s a world of overabundant music and disappearing press, lockdowns and empty venues, endless production up against algorithmic listeners. But no mind: free those tracks, anyway.
For all the video portraits of music-making out there, this series for The Disappearance of Music is something special – and might just inspire you in your own solo creation.
It’s cold outside for much of the world now, and crowds are a no-no. But show off your projection mapping skills while streaming – and be on top of gigs when they come back. Our friends at MadMapper show us how.