Today Moog Music announced the release of two new MiniFooger pedals, the MF Chorus Bucket Brigade Time Modulator and the MF Flange Bucket Brigade Harmonic Manipulator.
The MF CHORUS is a 100% analog BBD-based time modulation pedal that is capable of a wide range of sonic shifting and manipulation in both mono and stereo output modes. A three-position Mix switch quickly transitions the effect from subtle shifting and swirling into analog vibrato. The wide-range Time and Feedback controls allow users to further customize each sound to their personal taste. Like all Minifooger Analog Effects, the MF Chorus features a dedicated expression pedal input on its rear panel. This input provides hands-free control over one parameter – the Rate knob.
Arturia today released a new video that explores the technical details of their upcoming AudioFuse audio interface. Continue reading
AudioRealism has announced ABL3 – a new version of their Roland TB-303 inspired bassline synthesizer – is coming to Reason as a Rack Extension. Continue reading
Instrument designer Roger Linn and his latest creation, the LinnStrument, are featured in a great article over at Wired.
It’s rare to see an article in a mainstream publication that accurately covers the more technical side of electronic music technology. In this case, author Rene Chun not only offers a good summary of the state of alternative MIDI controllers, but also includes some great perspective from Linn and Keith McMillen. Continue reading
Moog Music has released a new preview video for Bach To Moog – a new album, by Craig Leon, that explores using the Moog modular synthesizer as part of a classical ensemble.
Bach to Moog, coming May 4th from Sony Classical, showcases the reissued Moog Modular Synthesizer, as well as other current Moog synthesizer, in new arrangements of the work of Johann Sebastian Bach.
Unlike the Walter/Wendy Carlos classic, Switched On Bach, the arrangements handle the synthesizer as part of a classical ensemble, rather than an alternative.
Here’s a video preview: Continue reading
Audio technology company iZotope has partnered with Berklee Online, the online continuing education arm of Berklee College of Music, creating a series of webinars for students preparing for a career in audio production.
The videos cover topics such as commercial composition and audio repair for post production, sharing “inspiring solutions for common music production activities.”
Berklee Assistant Professor and online instructor, Loudon Stearns, and iZotope Product Specialist, Brandon Carroll, have co-presented two webinars, now available online for free:
Don Buchla, right, is taking the current owners of the Buchla Electronic Musical Instrument brand, Audio Supermarket Pty., to court.
According to a report by Fact:
Buchla alleges he was promised $440,000 for the sale of the company, but has been paid less than $110,000 so far. It also alleges that the defendants breached the Asset Purchase Agreement of Buchla & Associates by “failing to use reasonable business efforts to reach sales targets.”
The lawsuit is attempting to regain the original company’s assets, intellectual property and confirmed purchase orders back to Buchla, as well as seeking compensation for damages.
Fiedler Audio has introduced AD 480 Reverb RE – a professional studio reverb effect for Propellerhead Reason and Reason Essentials.
- professional reverb sound effect with variable room size
- reverb time and spatial dimensions independently tweakable
- extensive filter layout for a wide spectrum of sound
- 54 new presets with unique sound
- 108 presets from the iOS version
- separate outputs for mixed, wet and dry signals for flexible routing
- 20 CV-inputs for insane modulation