Elektron has been busy lately – a massive 1.30 OS update for Digitakt brings external audio mixing/sidechaining, a second LFO, filter features, workflow improvements, and more. Here’s a look:
There’s a new monome, same as the old monome, pre-ordering this summer: “we’ve redesigned the grid, again. but this time almost everything is new, even though we added nothing.”
None of this is legal or licensed… or real. Some of it is straight-up impossible. But this fanciful library of fictional KORG volca series mods is ridiculous enough that you may find yourself wanting some.
It’s a rig in the dirt, on a budget, with some beautiful music. DIY forest sounds are go. Now that we took a mental trip to a crowded Berlin bar playing hard EBM, let’s go instead into the woods with some open tools and very lovely leafy ambient. Just listen and watch: Perplex On out […]
Music is not just made alone in sound-sealed rooms; it’s also that wasted time with friends that feeds us. So here in a compilation from a self-described “avant-garde cocktail parlour” comes a musical picture of people missing a place to share.
Sometimes, people build things in Max for Live more audacious than any host has on its own. Dispatch is a global modulation matrix. It attenuates, it inverts, it mixes, it submixes. It talks to modular gear. It blows Live wide open.
In a short span of time, Arturia has built up their stable of effects into an imposing all-in-one package – now with seven new tools and a bunch of updates. It’s a bit like someone took a list of gear from a high-rent studio and crammed it on your computer. Actually, let’s pause for a […]
Apple’s WWDC keynote kicked off yesterday with an event mostly focused on consumer features for WatchOS, iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and home. That means you might have missed a lot of the advanced creative features, graphics, and developer tools buried in the fine print.
It’s five years in the making, and easily the most important touch controller app release in a decade. It’s the all-new TouchOSC, and it’s a touch controller that runs basically everywhere.
The C15 was already a unique and rarefied instrument with multiple, highly expressive controllers for keyboard players. But it was so rarefied it lacked some connectivity and recording features you might want – until now.