Soundtoys, the independent music software developer, is responding to devastating extreme floods in their Burlington, Vermont hometown. August 2 and 3, 100% of sales will go to flood relief. Here’s how to help, and where your support is going.
The scene format that began its life at Pixar Animation Studios is poised to become a standard for all things 3D – scenes, but also tools, data, and workflows. And yes, that could make this into 3D’s MIDI moment. It’s not that OpenUSD is anything like MIDI – it isn’t. But it has the same […]
What’s the best winner for something to add to the slim 1U space on a modular? Stuff you use every day, of course. And it’s hard to beat a multimode filter with notch and FM. That’s the insta-buy Intellijel SVF 1U, from the maker that got us hooked on the clever 1U module row in the first place.
Intellijel is on a sudden tear, taking some of their most beloved modules and adding some wonderful bells and whistles. Tangrams is no exception – it’s a Roland System 100m-style dual envelope, as before, but now with two VCAs and more.
imagiro’s granulizer Autochroma promises to be what you likely want from a granulizer: fun, liquid sounds to play with, rather than a bunch of overwhelming parameters.
I’ve sung the praises of Noise Engineering’s Versio and Legio line for their ability to load custom firmware before. But here’s a real killer app, and it comes from a third party making use of NE’s SDK. It’s a drifting looper for Versio, with some gorgeous results.
It’s like the modular rig you’d have on a Galaxy-class starship. sqsl Canvas gives you sophisticated touch-strip control of your Eurorack modular with snapshot storage and recall and more. And it’s free (in this initial/base version).
Oh, it’s like parkour! Suddenly, it clicks – organic ambient textures quickly juxtaposed with broken beats and forward propulsion of drum’n’bass. Leap from surface to surface with the just-released sounds of young, rising Sierra Nevada-born talent Guy LaBorde. Guy actually comes to us from legendary producer King Britt, who’s now teaching at University of California […]
Making shopping notes for your next synth purchase? Just like to stay on top of everything that’s come out and what it can do? Sébastien Noël writes to let us know they made a massive, sortable list of major releases of the twenty-teens and twenty-twenties.
Alex Ball deconstructs some of the best-known synth sounds from The Prodigy in a new, long-form video. You’re sure to find some inspiring takes on how to use these instruments, even if you aren’t trying to duplicate those sounds.