ADT Effects Plugin Bundle 2018.11 WiN
TEAM V.R | 29 November 2018 | 136.74 MB
(Win32/64; AAX*, VST)
Something magical happens when your sound goes through a rotating speaker. Nothing quite sounds like it. Spin recreates the wonderful sound of vintage rotary speakers with warmth and wonder.
AD Mastering Suite consists of five plug-ins for audio mastering that were designed for ultimate signal transparency…
Cycling ‘74 has released version 8 of Max and the company is calling it “the closest thing to a mind-expanding drug Max has ever had”. The visual programming language has taken on a raft of new improvements in the latest iteration, most notably the introduction of the new MC. objects. MC, we’re presuming, stands for multi-channel and Cycling ‘74 is sure it will “transform how you imagine sound design”. It makes patches with 100 channels of audio look as simple as those with a single channel. It seems MC will give you the ability to manipulate multiple audio channels and operations with fewer objects. Much of the development in version 8 has been focussing on performance. Cycling ’74 now claim that Max will launch 20 times faster on Windows than before and load patches up to four times as quick. Performance as a whole is improved, with complex UI operations being significantly more responsive. Another big update is the ability to control your patches with hardware, without the need to patch. In the new Mappings Mode, you can assign physical controls to your patch in just three steps; simply enter Mappings Mode, select a slider and then move your controller – done.
Comp670 is the Overloud recreation of a very rare legendary tube compressor. It has a unique and distinctive tone thanks to large amount of transformers in the signal chain which gives it a very warm tone.
‘West Pound’ contains five heavy West Coast/Hip Hop Construction Kits. These are inspired by the greatest artists in the game, such as Dr Dre, Jay-Z, Eminem, and more. In this pack you will find everything you need to take your tracks to the highest level. All parts are separated including fat signature synths, bass, keys, brass, kick, snares, claps, hats, and much more.
Ever wondered how DJ/Music producers perform their music Live? Usually you’d see loads of equipment around them; drum pad controllers, midi keyboards, MPC players and possibly an actual synthesiser. This course will teach you how it’s done from beginning to end using Reason and it’s player devices. We’ll also learn how to write music using players in a unique way in order to get the best out of these incredible music making devices.