Propellerhead has introduced three new Rig bundles for Reason 8 – $199 collections of Rack Extensions and Refills that bring together instruments, effects and sample packs from a variety of developers. Continue reading
Noise Makers has introduced Binauralizer – a spatialization plugin for Mac & Windows (VST, AU, AAX). Continue reading
Waves has released the Butch Vig Vocals plugin, created in collaboration with Producer Butch Vig (Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Garbage, Foo Fighters).
Here’s an intro video, featuring Butch Vig: Continue reading
The audiomux + midimux bundle is now available in the App Store.
midimux talks MIDI to your Mac and audiomux talks audio to your Mac, using a standard usb to lightning or 30 pin cable.
midimux: MIDI via USB
- control iOS apps with hardware controllers that are connected to your Mac.
- sequence and play iOS apps using a DAW running on your Mac.
- control Mac applications or hardware connected to it, using Lemur, TouchOSC or any other app that uses MIDI.
- use iOS apps to play and sequence hardware instruments that are connected to your Mac.
- create virtual MIDI ports on the iPad/iPhone that can be mirrored to the Mac or other iDevices.
- connect more than one iOS device to the Mac – and send MIDI data between them.
Requires: iOS 5+ / Mac OSx 10.6 and Audiobus Continue reading
Two of the three applications in the 2011 Lorelei suite, the updated Generative and Feedback applications “retain the same core ideas of generating drone and loop based audio material via delays and granular synthesis,” the developers say, but give much more control to the user over how the sound is created.
Utami has released a new Max For Live plug-in, Space Time, which is a spectral effect suite.
Space Time is a spectral effect suite with a built-in visualizer. The suite works to create spectral reverb, ambiance, noise, time distortions, and a wide range of effects that can be played in real time. It has a unique filter system which Utami calls a synesthetic filter which works by converting the sound internally to a picture, and then applying Photoshop-style image filters to it before converting it back to a sound again.
The developers of SampleRobot have announced a new version of the software, SampleRobot Volca-X, that they say is designed to be the Korg Volca Sample‘s ‘best friend’.
The upcoming app will let you manage, convert and dump your custom samples for the Volca Sample. Continue reading