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  • XXI Vibes Vol.2 MULTiFORMAT

    STRiKE | 21.02.2020 | 288 MB

    ..:: WAV, MiDi, SYLENTH1, NEXUS, KONTAKT ::..

    XXI VIBES VOL.2 is the second pack after the big succes of XXI Vibes Vol.1. The second volume brings you 5 high-quality construction kits, with banging 808s, drum samples, synth loops, hard-hitting drum hits, to boost your Trap beat productions to the next level of Trap sound. SHOBEATS carefully crafted the sounds you need to achieve this sought-after sound in the style of Lil Skies, Juice WRLD, DRAKE, Lil Uzi Vert, XXXTentacion, Future, Young Thug, Travis Scott, Tory Lanez, TM88, Metro Boomin, and more. Expect to get full inspiration from this sample pack that offers you all the loops and samples for each of 5 kits included. The MIDI files will give you maximum flexibility to create new original loops for your tracks, you can change any note, tempo, pitch or length.


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  • Cubase 10.5 New Features Explained®

    FANTASTiC | 21 February 2020 | 187 MB

    Studio guru teaches you everything you need to know about the new features and functions added to Cubase 10.5! These videos are designed for those already familiar with Cubase 10 and want to get up to speed with the new additions to version 10.5. Gary welcomes you and begins with a focus on the new Spectral Comparison EQ and how to improve your mixes with it, followed by a in-depth look at the new Video Export Render feature which you can use to embed audio in your video exports. Next, you’ll explore the new Multi Tape Delay effect, how to color your tracks in the MixConsole, the improvements made when importing tracks into Cubase, how the updates made to Retrospective MIDI recording work, and how to use the new Combined Selection Tool that allows you to use the Range and Object Tools together to speed up and improve your editing workflows in Cubase!


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  • MusicTech September 2020
    April 19th, 2021
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    MusicTech September 2020

    MusicTech September 2020

    English | 132 pages | True PDF | 85 MB

    It’s quite common for musicians to re-establish themselves as producers, after years of on-the-road toil and disputes over royalties (ok, we’re generalising a little here) it’s unsurprising that many seek a life of relative stability behind the desk. But to make the opposite career switch is not something we encounter very often. However, if there’s one man who can successfully make that transition from producer-to-artist, it’s the internationally renowned Paul Epworth; the Grammy-winning mastermind behind the key works of Adele, Coldplay, Bloc Party, Florence and the Machine and mountains more. In our brand new interview, Paul explains why now is the perfect time for him to embark on a solo foray into uncharted regions, and also how he is able to juggle that with being one of the world’s most celebrated and in-demand producers. Also this issue, we bring together a range of room correction software to run a group test, with the intention of learning just how much of an improvement they can actually make for your equipment and space. The results were… well, you can find out for yourself in our guide.


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  • Barely Alive Essential Samples Vol.1 WAV-FLARE

    Barely Alive Essentials

    Flare | 20 August 2020 | 539 MB

    Arguably the most anticipated and sought after bass music sample pack from dubstep titans Barely Alive is finally here! This debut monster of a sample pack contains everything from their signature drums, synths shots, bass sounds and much more. If you’re looking to make heavy bass music then Barely Alive’s essential samples vol. 1 is a must have for you and any producer looking to enhance their sound.


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  • Dubstation 2 v2.1.2 RETAiL WiN MAC LiNUX-SYNTHiC4TE

    Dubstation 2 v2.1.2 WiN MAC LiNUX

    SYNTHiC4TE | August 20 2020 | 14 MB

    AU/VST/VST3/AAX/x86/x64

    The original dub delay plugin and still the best! Dubstation 2 takes our most popular product and adds a whole raft of new features, including a dual mode for separate control over the left and right delay times, ping-pong, a new feedback saturation algorithm, and an LFO. Along with an all-new procedural and Retina-friendly user interface and (FINALLY!) ProTools compatibility, this represents a major leap forward for one of our signature products.  All those bells and whistles aside, the heart of Dubstation is our painstaking bucket-brigade delay model. Often imitated, but never duplicated, Dubstation has been the go-to plugin for that sound for over a decade, used in thousands of commercial productions, and with good reason. With the addition of the LFO and saturation controls, Dubstation has moved in to the realm of tape delay emulation as well, and is a sonic Swiss Army knife for delay.


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  • Axon 2 v2.1.3 WiN MAC LiNUX RETAiL-SYNTHiC4TE

    Axon 2 v2.1.3 WiN MAC LiNUX

    SYNTHiC4TE | August 20 2020 | 25 MB

    AU/VST/VST3/AAX/x86/x64

    Axon 2 is a drum synth driven by artificial intelligence. (Well, “intelligence” might be a strong word. Artificial something-or-other.) An experimental instrument, Axon uses a modified artificial neural network as a sequencer, and features seven FM-based percussion voices, that are really a single 18-operator FM voice. If that sounds weird, you ain’t seen nothing yet. It is surprisingly intuitive once you get the knack of it, and is capable of all-new, complex rhythms that repeat in surprising ways. It often gets referenced as a “random sequence generator,” but there is nothing random in Axon; it is entirely determinative. The sequencer features seven “neurons” that trigger a voice and send a pulse when they have received a predetermined number of pulses. You can wire the output of any neuron to the input of any other (with built-in loop detection to prevent runaway feedback), and in this manner pre-program the artificial neural network without having to go through a “learning” phase.


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  • Sounds from the Other Side WAV
    April 19th, 2021
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    Sounds from the Other Side

    P2P | 21.02.2020 | 108.33 MB

    In this pack, you’ll find sounds that combine an elegantly minimal aesthetic with a lush, full, and thoughtful approach. Find tons of drum one-shots, loops, FX, textures, Afrobeat loops, guitar rhythms, synth sounds that groove, vocals, and more.


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  • Reason 11: The New Features Explained®

    FANTASTiC | 21 February 2020 | 221 MB

    Reason guru presents an insightful collection of Reason 11 video tutorials! See all the new features and functions added in Reason 11, as well as how to use them to create new sounds and effects. This series is great for anyone who wants a detailed look at the new features of Reason 11 and how to apply them to their projects. Paul welcomes you and then goes right into the new performance options available in Reason 11, specifically the new audio interface buffer size settings and what they all mean. Next, Paul gives you a detailed look at one of the top requested features for Reason; Curved Automation, including examples of how it can be used and how it’s an improvement over the old system. Reason 11’s crossfading is now simple to use, and saves a lot of time and redundant tasks when producing in R11, by quickly and easily crossfading multiple files together and editing the length of their fades. The next video is all about Sequencer Improvements in R11. See how you can now mute individual notes, as well as use the new Pencil Mode to draw multiple notes in at a time. And, when used in conjunction with the Dynamic Grid Resolution feature, you can easily program trap style hats and synthwave basslines.


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  • Structure And Arrangement TUTORiAL-FANTASTiC

    Structure & Arrangement TUTORiAL

    FANTASTiC | 25 December 2015 | 3.08 GB

    Structure and arrangement—two concepts that appear simple initially, but are more involved than people realize. No matter how good you are at sound design or mixing, if you don’t know how to structure a song, then you’re selling yourself short as a producer. It’s an area that many producer neglect, simply because they feel that it’s too easy (and that may be the case for some), or that it’s boring. Which is why we’ve put together this course: Structure and Arrangement in Electronic Music. The course features 25 videos split into different sections: Structure Analysis, Track Analysis, Workflow, and Song Creation. Each section teaches something different with tips being shared sporadically throughout…


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