Monthly Archives: February 2006

Mawzer shows us the goods

Mawzer shows us the goods

Last year we were presented with a interesting concept of a modular midi controller. The MAWZER is the only MIDI controller on the market allowing an infinite customizable combination of controls. This week Mawzer posted three videos on their website to see how this modular system really works and functions.

NI Kore is coming … but not yet!

THE KORE COUNTDOWN begins today – Native Instruments is revealing new KORE details every week, towards the MusikMesse 2006 (from March 29th – April 1st in Frankfurt) where in full detail Kore will be released to the world. After having previewed KORE at the NAMM show 2006 at the end of January, the time has come to take a closer look at this ground breaking concept and ideal fusion of hardware and software.

Phoscyon TB303 emulation available

Phoscyon TB303 emulation available

Phosycon (from the D16 group) has finally been released. Phosycon is a virtual instrument (made with VSTi technology), which emulates sound of famous nowdays analogue synthesizer. It is equipped in many options expanding possibilities of an orginal synth. Phoscyons innovative technology takes virtual analogue moddelling to a whole new level and it should convince even the most die hard analog fans.

Antares updates

Antares updates

Antares released maintenance releases of Auto-Tune 4 for Mac OS X (TDM, RTAS, AU, MAS, and VST) and PC (TDM, RTAS and DirectX). These releases squash a few minor bugs and, in the case of the TDM and RTAS versions, include optimizations for Pro Tools 7. These releases are free upgrades for current owners of the respective versions of Auto-Tune 4.