Idris Elba’s How Clubbing Changed the World takes a look at how British underground music emerged from raves and clubs to take on the world.
The documentary is a bit hyperbolic, but features anecdotes from David Guetta, Armand van Helden, Paul Oakenfold, will.i.am, Nile Rodgers, Goldie, Pete Tong, Katy B, Skream, Moby and others.
This is a preview of Xenos Soundworks Tweaked Out Techno – preset library for Native Instruments Massive synthesizer.
Here’s what they have to say about Tweaked Out Techno:
Tweaked Out Techno contains 50 extremely powerful presets for Native Instruments Massive, targeting electro house/complextro, tech-house and minimal techno, taking inspiration from such artists as Dirtyloud, Spencer & Hill, Porter Robinson and more. Each patch in the soundset uses the Macro Controls, the vast majority of them using all 8 for maximum tweakability and expression. The soundset ships in a zip file containing both KSD and the new NMSV format.
Tweaked Out Techno is available now for US $8.95.
Remember when Propellerhead Record was introduced? A lot of people said that what they really wanted was a version of Reason that could record…..
It looks like the developers have been listening, because they’ve just announced Propellerhead Reason 6 – and it’s exactly what many were asking for. Reason 6 adds all the features from Record.
Here’s what they have to say about Reason 6:
Version 6 adds audio recording and editing into Reason, along with Propellerhead’s acclaimed mixing console with masterfully modeled EQ and dynamics on every channel, multiple parallel racks, all the effects you know and love plus new ones to fall in love with, and much more of what you’ve always wanted in Reason.
Propellerhead says Reason 6 will be available Sept 30th. But you don’t have to wait until then to find out what is new – we’ve got the details below.
Check out the info and then let us know what you think about Propellerhead Reason 6!