Today we go back in time to explore the music studios and sound creators of the past – from a 1916 field recording session to a 1970s electronic music studio in London.
Enjoy these 12 groundbreaking artists who will inspire your next modular patch.
These ‘broken’ factory sounds could make for perfect sampling material for your next techno track or apocalyptic sci-fi soundtrack.
Man transforms the DX7 Synthesizer into a sound designer’s dream machine.
Want to control your modular synth with your turntable? There's an Arduino project for that. Turn your record player into a modular sequencer.
Today, we take a deep dive into the scale of content shared per second on the internet.
These 21 creative music studios around the world are sure to inspire you to get into the studio and create magic.
Between 1976 and 1995, Bruce Swedien and Quincy Jones produced multiple platinum-selling records for Michael Jackson, George Benson, Roberta Flack, Rufus & Chaka Khan, Donna Summer and many more.
Can you ever have enough VST plugins? When our computers become true AI machines, they’ll tell you YES and block you from installing more plugins until you’ve finished that track (I know a few people who would pay for such a service). Until then – you’re left to your own devices and the restriction of hard drive space…
An incredible secret release of various Nord G2 patches, Elektron, MPC, and MIDI SYSEX dumps are available on Autechre's AE_LIVE website. The patches are the live instrument settings and MIDI sequences used during their 2014-15 live tour.
20 years ago this week, Moby released his seminal ‘Play‘ album that went on to sell over 12 million…