Developer Rejean Poirier has released Caustic Editor For Volca Sample – a free waveform editor to import, load, record, edit and upload samples for use with the Korg Volca Sample.
Volca sample-specific features:
- Upload to any of the 100 sample slots
- Clear all samples
- Restore factory samples
- Monitor device memory
This video, via KilpatrickAudio, demonstrates the new Phenol patchable analog synthesizer in action.
The video is the official music video for The Stereo Effect Project’s song Gate In.
Apart from the drums this song features sounds created with the new Phenol synthesizer from Kilpatrick Audio. No external effects were added.
The Phenol synthesizer is being made available for $769 CAD via a Kickstarter project. The project is fully funded.
Developer Michael Tyson (Loopy, Audiobus), has released another video in his series, looking at the development of a ‘next-level’ looping app, Loopy Masterpiece.
Tyson takes a break from discussing planned features to discuss some of the technical details he has to consider in developing the app: Continue reading
Audio Damage has updated the Sequencer 1 Eurorack step sequencer to v1.1. Continue reading
Here’s a sneak preview, via sound design Richard Devine, of a prototype of the Synthesis Technology E370/E371 Expander Quad Morphing VCO for Eurorack synthesizers: Continue reading
In this video, Elektron continues its exploration of workflows with its hardware, taking a look at the OctaTrack. Continue reading
Audulus for Windows – a software modular synthesizer that lets you create patches visually – is now available.
With Audulus, you can build synthesizers, design new sounds, or process audio, with low-latency real-time processing, suitable for live performance.
Audulus is also available for iOS and OS X, and you can share patches across platforms.
Here’s a video intro to Audulus For WIndows from developer Taylor Holliday: Continue reading
The 2015 NAMM Show, scheduled for January 22-25 at the Anaheim Convention Center, promises to be a huge event for synth fans.
We just got word from the NAMM Show organizers that synth manufacturers have nearly doubled their show floor square footage since last year, making this one of the show’s fastest-growing segments.
And you know what double the area for synths means….. double the synths! Continue reading