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I’m in the Sonic Sorcery Discord chat where we’re every week is given a challenge. The challenge for week 31 is to produce a song using nothing but a short
Edit: This post was written in June, 2021, before Presonus added any Dolby Atmos support to Studio One. If you want to use Dolby Atmos, just upgrade to the latest
How Roland Completely Changed the Playing Field Roland has managed to give musicians access to the same sound engines not matter what hardware they decide to go with. And it’s
Two years ago, Roland Virtual Sonics added the Cloud version of the Roland JV-1080 as a plugin to their Legendary catalogue. That one proved to be a lot more than just a software clone of
And a formal excuse. This is the “Mea Maxima Culpa” Edition. So, my last post about the Roland Cloud JV-1080 had a few inaccuracies that I want to iron out here instead
A few days before Christmas, Roland Cloud released their long-awaited Cloud version of their iconic — an probably the best-selling synthesiser module in the world — the Super JV-1080. The 2U rack-mount was a huge piece
“The Dance of the Spheres” https://youtu.be/80cfg1S3SjE This song was originally written in 1996 and released onto the Internet as a MIDI file. It ended up being the theme song for
I’m a UAD-2 user. I’ve had my UAD-2 Satellite Duo for six years and the number of plugins I’ve got are what you’d need to get along with a mix or mastering project.
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