Monthly Archives: December 2012

2012 Holiday Deals – Get your deal here!

2012 Holiday Deals – Get your deal here!

As the year is ending (again), many manufacturers are announcing sweet offers, rebates, deals and discounts for their products. This post is a service to all our visitors. Below is a list of the ‘good deals’ we came across. This is the season the Holiday Deals are launched. So we collect the deals we come across and share them with you. This way you can get the best deal out of this season for the gear you really want!

Elektron Spotlight: SERi

Elektron Spotlight: SERi

Since first appearing on the 2006 Asian Dynasty Records compilation Perfect Strangers Electronic, SERi has been energetically releasing material on domestic and overseas labels, as well as continuing to play live. He has opened for big names such as Takkyu Ishino, Ken Ishii, Hiroshi Watanabe, Sugiurumu, Shin Nishimura, A.Mochi, and gained major attention in 2010 after winning a remix competition sponsored by Plus Records.

Lemur now with In App Editor and Skins – Update

Lemur now with In App Editor and Skins – Update

Lemur, the professional iOS controller app that doesn’t cut any corners, has evolved. Now easier to use than ever, more customisable and with more out-of-the-box functionality. Any software or hardware that receives MIDI or OSC can be controlled by Lemur. Control DJ software, live electronic music performance software, studio production software (DAWs), VJ software, visual synthesis software, stage lighting and more.

Massive Attacks Blue Lines gets a mixing makeover with SSL

Massive Attacks Blue Lines gets a mixing makeover with SSL

Solid State Logic, the world’s leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles, is pleased to announce that in-demand mixer, producer, and seasoned Solid State Logic user Bruno Ellingham has installed an X-Desk, X-Logic G Series compressor, X-Panda summing system and Alpha-Link I/O system in his mix room within Massive Attack’s Bristol-based studio complex. Here he has put his newfound SSL combo to good use, giving Massive Attack’s seminal Blue Lines album a contemporary mixing makeover fit for its 20th anniversary re-release, matching the critically acclaimed recording with a truly 21st century take on its sound. All but two tracks from Blue Lines were originally mixed on a large-format SSL console in London’s long-gone Matrix Studios so Bruno turned to SSL again for the new project: “The new SSL technology enabled me to easily match the large-format console size of sound that we wanted.