27 January 2015

TDR Kotelnikov from Tokyo Dawn Records

In a previous post I talked about the wonderful SlickEQ from Tokyo Dawn Records. Knowing that their stuff is so good I was excited to discover that a free version of the TDR Kotelnikov wideband dynamics processor exists.

23 January 2015

Pro Tools First

If you have always wanted to try out Pro Tools but didn't want to commit your hard earned cash, you now have a chance to try it out for free.

Avid has unveiled Pro Tools | First, a free version of Pro Tools that offers many of the same music creation capabilities found in the full version.

It will come with an introductory amount of free cloud storage, so you can save and sync up to three projects at a time, and always pick up where you last left off—on any Mac or PC with Pro Tools | First installed.

It's not available yet but you can Sign Up now.

Loads of free stuff !

Splice is a cloud platform for music creation, collaboration, and sharing, and they have just launched the biggest collection of free stuff that I have seen for a long time, and it's all really good stuff.

There's lots of goodies from TAL, including their NoiseMaker which is a pretty awesome little synth.
The synth includes a small effect section with a reverb, chorus and a simple bit crusher effect.
A display shows the knob and slider values. This allows more control over the synth. A ringmodulator and a syncable triangle are also part of this synth. TAL-NoiseMaker includes new filter types as the self resonating 6dB low pass and a notch filter.

The free plugins also include Stereo Tool which lets you manage your stereo signal.
It features ultra precise control of input gain and individual pan for left and right channels.
A phase inverter is available on each channel. Global stereo pan and stereo width settings are also implemented to complete the management of the stereo signal.

Get them here

4 January 2015

Mr Tidy

I'm going out and buying BullDog clips. This is so cool - I waste so much time scrambling on the floor looking for wires that have fallen down.

Thanks to Point Blank