September 1, 2010

Propellerhead is back with Reason 5

Swedish software developers Propellerhead first launched themselves onto the scene 15 years ago with ReCycle, which introduced the REX file format to the world. Then followed Rebirth RB-338 in 1997 which emulated famous Roland hardware instruments from days gone by and built them into a step based software sequencer. The big step forward came in 2000 with the release of Reason which provided the user with an entire studio environment…

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August 26, 2010

SubBoomBass 1.1 from Rob Papen is here with new copy protection

SubBoomBass from Rob Papen was released last year, giving users a no-nonsense synth bass virtual instrument for under £100. It secured a Future Music Platinum Award and is used by producers the world over to give their tracks that low end power needed to kill it on the dancefloor.

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August 17, 2010

Incoming… Sample Logic Cinematic Guitars

Last year Sample Logic brought us Morphestra, an interesting blend of the organic and the synthetic which delivered interesting hybrid combinations. So next up from SL is Cinematic Guitars, which gives you exactly what it says on the tin and much, much more. As previous libraries have proved, with some processing and a lot of imagination, the guitar can be transformed into a wide variety of diverse soundscapes…

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August 11, 2010

George Duke and Greg Phillinganes jamming with Trilian

The next installment of the Spectrasonics ‘Artist Videos’ series is now online, this time focusing on RnB Keyboard/Piano legends George Duke and Greg Phillinganes – “The Face”,  jamming along with the Trilian bass software instrument. You can also check out the other ‘Artist Videos’ here – http://www.timespace.com/artistvideos

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August 5, 2010

ProjectSAM announce Symphobia 2

The original Symphobia was truly epic and the sequel promises to deliver more of the same. Here is a video trailer from ProjectSAM for Symphobia 2 which contains 100% new content including more articulations, more effects, exclusive legato ensembles and more. Enjoy.

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