Diginoiz releases DigiDrums 3

One of the most important part of modern music – drums! Diginoiz is proud to present one of the biggest drum one shot product in the industry! DigiDrums part 3! Dynamic, great sounding, not over compressed and warm! Ready to be used in your music productions! Ideal for all kind of urban genres. From Hip hop and R&B to Trap and even Pop! You will find here: 134 Kick Drums, 119 Snares, 103 HiHats, 33 Claps, 30 Cymbals, 23 Percs, 13 Shakers, and 24 Toms! 116 Mb, 479 fresh drum one shots. All those drums were exported from loops of previously released Diginoiz construction kits. So right now you can have them all from one place with very nice price!


‘DigiDrums 3’ contains 479 Drum One Shots (134 Kick Drums, 119 Snares, 103 HiHats, 33 Claps, 30 Cymbals, 23 Percs, 13 Shakers, and 24 Toms! 116 Mb). 45 Mb multi-format material (24-bit WAV) ready to use in your favorite sampler or sequencer, both hardware and software, including: Logic, GarageBand, Soundtrack, Digital Performer, Sony Acid, Ableton Live, Adobe Audition, Cakewalk Sonar, Pro Tools, Emagic EXS24 and many more.


Every purchase you make is contains 1 Zip (103 Mb after zip compression),

Formats: 24-Bit Wav


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Momentum Named US Distributor of Analogue Solutions Synthesizers

Ventura, California (February 21, 2017) – Momentum Audio Sales has added British synthesizer maker Analogue Solutions to their line of MI/Pro Audio products for exclusive distribution in the US market. The company joins UK-based audio manufacturer Audient, German loudspeaker manufacturer EVE Audio, and British synth maker Modal Electronics under Momentum’s distribution umbrella.

“We had many options to consider for distribution in the US,” said Tom Carpenter, Founder of Analogue Solutions. “We wanted an independent distributor for a more personal relationship and chose Momentum Audio Sales for their passion for synthesizers as well as their knowledge of the market. Momentum will present our products to a wider audience and give us the ability to concentrate on bringing new products to market.”
Analogue Solutions creates hand-built analog synthesizers, sequencers and Eurorack modules. Their products have been applauded for having a truly vintage sound that is full of character. The synthesizers have a full analog audio path as well as analog LFOs and EGs. The synthesizers have no internal memory which means nothing in the audio path is made sterile by CPU control. When a musician turns a knob, they are directly changing the voltage or current in an actual synth circuit.
“Tom Carpenter has been at the front edge of boutique synthesis for many years,” said Devins. “Analogue Solutions is a great fit on the creative side of our MI market focus.”
Founded by audio industry veteran John Devins on his experience in leading sales efforts for Alesis, Steinberg, Cerwin-Vega, Focusrite, Novation, AKG, and JBL, Momentum Audio Sales brings long-established US dealer relationships as well as an expansive sales representation and marketing infrastructure to their lines.
For more information on Analogue Solutions, visit www.analoguesolutions.com. To become an Analogue Solutions dealer in the US, visit: www.momentumaudiosales.com or contact John Devins at 1-888-470-0067 or john@momentumaudiosales.com.
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Softube announces availability of Console 1 software support for UAD Powered Plug-Ins

LINKÖPING, SWEDEN: having blown musical minds when launching its Console 1 Mk II — a much more affordable upgraded version of its award-winning hardware/software mixing system retaining the same build quality as the original units with some minor layout changes, such as more visible LED markers — at The 2017 NAMM Show, January 19-22 in Anaheim, California, high-end plug-in specialist Softube is proud to announce that the planned Console 1 software update with support for selected UAD Powered Plug-ins from Universal Audio is now online, available for free to owners of first-generation Console 1 systems (initially), as of February 16…

To be joined by buyers of the soon-to-be-released Console 1 Mk II, owners of first-generation Console 1 units can continue to quickly switch between their tracks and control EQ, compressor, gate, and more, mixing with the legendary sound of the included Console 1 SSL SL 4000 E emulation developed in close collaboration with Solid State Logic, but now, thanks to that significant software update, all can customize their channels to fit their needs with over 60 Console 1 system-ready plug-ins available from Softube and Universal Audio, adding brands such as Chandler Limited, Fairchild, and Helios to the range of products that can be used with Console 1 systems — all pre-mapped and easily selectable from the Console 1 software, so no MIDI mapping is necessary.

Needless to say, Greg Westall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Universal Audio appears delighted with his company’s not inconsiderable part in the developmental proceedings, stating, “Softube and Universal Audio share a lot of core values, like the importance of sound quality, ease of use, and a love for good music. Seeing that Universal Audio and Softube are longtime partners, and that Console 1 is a super-intuitive control surface, it all just makes so much sense.”

Such supportive sentiment is far from lost on Softube President Oscar Öberg: “The concept of Console 1 has been extremely popular, and we haven’t been able to keep up with the demand. I’m excited that we finally are able to manufacture larger quantities of a Console 1 that’s not only better but also a lot more affordable.”

Console 1 Mk II is scheduled to start shipping later this Spring, though the software update with the UAD Powered Plug-Ins compatibility can now be downloaded for free from here: https://www.softube.com/download.php

More in-depth information, including a must-see Console 1 Mk II video, is available here: https://www.softube.com/console1.php

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The Showcase Producer Conference March 18th 2017

Maschine Masters is proud to present The Showcase Producer Conference March 18, 2017 in Austin Texas. We have teamed up with Marv4MoBeats and Inside Gospel to bring you this amazing free event. There will be four new workshops featuring guest speakers Grammy Award winning producer Courtney Orlando aka J.R., Grammy Award winning engineer Malex, Dallas award winning producer Sikwitit, and producer Kadence. For your entertainment artist’s Cash Hollistah & Mahogany Jones will be performing alongside event DJ Ms. Eclectic.

Be prepared to witness the first ever SXSW live edition of “On The Spot” sessions featuring Maschine Masters team member and Grammy Nominated producer Marv4MoBeats with artist Eshon Burgundy. This will be one you won’t want to miss.

All producers featured in the conference will a part of the beat showcase and producers attending the event will have a chance to display their production in the Beat Showcase.

There will also be a live Q&A session with artist/moderator Brinson to get all your industry related questions answered.

If that wasn’t enough, the audience will be able to participate in giveaways and a chance to win the grand prize Subpac M2!

This event will be held at the Carver Museum & Cultural Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. located at 1165 Angelina St., Austin, TX and the doors will open at 10:30 a.m. Educate, Elevate and Unify

(For more information call 830-220-002 or email m4mproductions@gmail.com)


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Flash Sale: 35% OFF uBEAT Bundle and uBEAT Single Editions

For 48 hour Umlaut Audio is having a sale on the entire uBeat product range, don’t sleep!

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Antelope Audio Takes Mobile Recording to New Heights with Zen Studio+ Portable Interface

Santa Monica, Calif., February 14, 2017 —Antelope Audio, a leading interface company specializing in Field Programmable Gate Array-based vintage FX modeling, announces the latest innovation in its groundbreaking Zen Studio family of recording interfaces: Zen Studio+. The new interface will make its debut at the Antelope Audio booth at the Pro Light + Sound Guangzhou convention [Booth A66, hall 5.2], which takes place between February 22nd and 25th. Incorporating the key features that made Zen Studio a force to be reckoned with — including 12 studio quality built-in microphone preamps and extensive I/O — Zen Studio+ adds Thunderbolt™ connectivity and a powerful range of hardware-based Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) effects

“When Antelope released the original Zen Studio, the company redefined what was possible with a portable interface in terms of both audio quality and I/O count,” says Igor Levin, C.E.O. of Antelope Audio. “Zen Studio+ takes things into a new realm by adding Thunderbolt™ and incorporating Antelope’s amazing FPGA hardware effects modeling. These things make Zen Studio+ the ultimate next-generation tool for recording anywhere the sound carries you. We are pleased to debut this exciting new product at Pro Light + Sound Guangzhou this month.”

The Quest for Zen
Zen Studio+ is the ultimate portable workstation for engineers and musicians who need access to all the tools of the studio on the go — with a full array of supercharged FPGA-based FX. The hardware includes valuable features like a pair each of dedicated re-amp outputs, headphone outputs, and mastering quality monitor outputs. With its 12 preamps, including hi-Z and line inputs, and an additional eight inputs and outputs on DB25, the unit is further extensible via ADAT or S/PDIF. Therefore Zen Studio+ is well equipped for multi-mic recording setups anywhere at any time, allowing set up of extra room mics to capture pristine sounds in just about any environment.

A deeply customizable routing matrix helps establish exactly the right signal flow for the way that you work and makes incorporating outboard hardware and FPGA FX rudimentary. A built in talkback capability enables full control room capability at home or in the studio.

Hardware Effects for Audio Nirvana
Zen Studio+ packs the tone shaping capabilities by packing a treasure trove of vintage outboard gear into its travel-friendly chassis, thanks to Antelope Audio’s cutting edge Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology. These hardware-based effects allow near-zero latency processing of audio using detailed emulations of classic EQs, compressors, guitar amplifiers and more: all without taxing your laptop’s system resources.

Antelope Audio continues to expand its hardware downloads, and now boasts a library of over 30 unique effects — each carefully modeled from the most coveted pieces of studio gear in recording history.

Zen on the Clock
Zen Studio+ delivers incredible fidelity and imaging thanks to its beating heart: Antelope Audio’s industry-defining 64-bit Acoustically Focused Clocking. Better clocking means better analog to digital conversion and authentic sonic imaging, ensuring that every detail of your signal chain is captured with integrity. It also allows pristine digital to analog conversion between your DAW and your speakers or headphones, enabling you to hear greater detail and make better mix decisions. Word Clock input and output enable Zen Studio+ to seamlessly integrate with the rest of your studio gear, and an Atomic input is available for upgrading to Antelope’s state-of-the-art 10MX atomic clocks for the best clocking in the industry.

Software Keeps the Zen Flowing
Zen Studio+ is controlled via a powerful desktop app for OS X or Windows, allowing access to a fully customizable signal routing matrix and up to four independent mixes for monitoring, as well as full control of Zen’s real-time FPGA effects. Front panel controllable talkback is built in to Zen Studio+ hardware, but gains added flexibility via Antelope Audio’s handy iOS and Android app, which gives users the the option to talk back via their phone’s microphone

To explore the power of the Zen Studio+ first hand, please visit Antelope Audio at Pro Light + Sound Guangzhou [Booth A66, hall 5.2] from February 22-25.

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Confusion Studios Announces Dedicated MIDI Controllers for the Yamaha Reface DX for iPad

Two new, standalone iPad editions of the award-winning professional MIDI controller platform bring MIDI control to the Reface DX

New York, NY – February 14, 2017 – Confusion Studios announced two new MIDI controller apps for iPad, both of which will be available for download from the Apple App Store on Wednesday, March 1, 2017: MDDX1 and MDDX2.

Both of the new apps are MIDI controllers for the Yamaha Reface DX. Yamaha released the Reface DX – a portable, FM-synthesis-based keyboard – in 2015 to critical acclaim. Each of the new apps is based on a user-created layout for MIDI Designer Pro 2; each has a unique approach to controlling the Reface DX.

The Editor: MDDX1 by Helfried

MDDX1: Voice Editor for Reface DX by Helfried highlights this users-author’s eye for design, a deep attention to detail, and a desire to push the underlying platform – MIDI Designer Pro 2 – to do new things. It allows for control of every parameter on the Reface DX and provides surprising new control vistas. The App extends the reface DX’s interface, providing a much-needed algorithms display, Master Tune, Transpose, Randomize and other new sections.

MDDX1 will run on any iPad with iOS 9.3 or better, and will be available on March 1, 2017 for download for $9.99. The app purchase may be applied towards a bundle purchase including MIDI Designer Pro 2.

Performance Tool: MDDX2 by Ibo Kai

MDDX2: Performance Tool for Reface DX by Ibo Kai is an additional, performance- focused interface for the Reface DX. As the author of the layout puts it, “This layout is pretty simple, just one page shows all the available functions. It is mainly what you find in the ‘FM’ keypad of the synth: frequencies, levels and feedback settings separately per operator plus the algorithm select.” In addition, Ibo Kai added an Amp Mode section. This auxiliary controller for the Reface DX is intended for live and studio performance, where a full-blown editor is not practical.

MDDX2 will run on any iPad with iOS 9.3 or better, and will be available on March 1, 2017 for download for $3.99. The app purchase may be applied towards a bundle purchase including MIDI Designer Pro 2.

Two New Standalone, Dedicated Apps

MIDI Designer Author and Confusion Studios CEO Dan Rosenstark notes, “Both editors show the layout authors – Helfried and Ibo Kai – flexing design muscle and pushing the MIDI Designer platform to work in new ways. Each is a dedicated tool for working with the Reface DX and each provides a surprising and useful new interface for this small keyboard. Additionally, both provide new users with an entry point into the MIDI Designer platform at a low price.”

MDDX1 and MDDX2 join the four existing standalone MIDI Designer apps for dedicated control: MIDI Designer XW: Casio XW Solo Synth Controller, MD77: Voice Editor for Yamaha SY77/TG77 by Ibo Kai, MDClav: Clavinova Controller by Craig Knudsen and MDXG: XG Sound Set Controller by Craig Knudsen.

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