Waves Codex for free + Interface Finder
+ 11 GB Of Samples, Loops, Effects and Instruments.
Whether you want to record melodies or vocals, record or sample beats, integrate a modular system or perform live, you need the right MIDI, audio or CV interfaces and controllers to keep things running smoothly. Our INTERFACE FINDER will help you find the right gear and speed up your workflow.
Software-wise this issue comes with a full version of the wavetable powerhorse Codex by Waves, as well as Tracktion RetroMod LoFreq, a workstation plugin hosting sounds from Make Noise 0-Coast, Moog Grandmother, Kraftzwerg and other remarkable power-synths. Plus our latest Ænigma Zampler Expansion, bringing 64 shades of Gregorian choirs to your for Zampler and Akai MPC. Altogether 11 GB of samples, tools, effects, and instruments.
Waves Codex – Competition for Massive and Serum!
Wicked Dubstep basses, screeching leads, shimmering arpeggios, endlessly evolving pads, as well as impressively animated textures – all this and much more is possible with Waves Codex.
This wavetable synthesizer entices with a multi-faceted sound generation including WAV import, a user-friendly interface and an inspiring arpeggiator. Our software highlight of this month is a real guarantor for fresh sounds far removed from analog standards.
Also on board: RetroMod LoFreq – Filthbox à la Moog & 0-Coast
Tracktion’s RetroMod series brings the sound of popular analog and digital synthesizers to your DAW. Our software highlight is dedicated to eleven popular synthesizers from 2009 to today, including Moog Grandmother, Dreadbox Erebus V3, Arturia MiniBrute 2, Doepfer Dark Energy II and Analogue Solutions Telemark V2. Look forward to powerful analog sounds that don’t just deliver „down low”!
Hands-on: Psytrance – A track from start to finish
Crispy beats, staccato basslines and powerful, psychedelic hooklines – Psytrance has lost nothing of its fascination since the early nineties and continues to attract a huge fan base. Of course, we’re making a contemporary track that shows Psytrance at its best.
Interviews: Ela Minus, Anja Schneider, Fotos, Egopusher
“Have courage to mute!” – Ela Minus’s debut is inspired by creating simple human interactions with technology. Danny Turner dissects her minimalist approach.
DJs and booking agencies have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. Not only are they faced with an occupational ban. They also lack political representation. To get their concerns heard, 170 agencies and 2,000 artists have set up “Booking United”. Anja Schneider is one of the new organisation’s most familiar and passionate spokespersons. In her interview with Tobias Fischer, she comes to a sad conclusion: So far, the political response has been an almost complete failure.
Lots of reviews and workshops!
We tested the new hardware Korg opsix, UDO Super 6, Arturia MicroFreak Vocoder, PreSonus Atom SQ, Zoom V3, Vochlea Dubler Studio Kit, the 303-sequencer Chronovore for your modular rack, as well as Arturia’s V-Collection 8, TAL’s Jupiter clone TAL J-8 and Guitar Rig 6 has to compete with IK Multimedia AmpliTube 5 in a versus-review.
BEAT MAGAZINE #182
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- Pages: 100
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