Sun, 11 November 2007
News, a Spotlight segment, a Gear Review, Viewer Mail and we tweak the Stupid Knob!
IntelliScore Ensemble 7.1
Spectrasonics Intel Mac Wrapper
Edirol Leopard Compatability
USB 2.0 Audio Devices: M-16DX, UA-101 USB 2.0 mode, UA-1000
USB 1.1 Audio Devices: M-100FX, PCR-1, PCR-A30, SC-D70, SD-90, UA-1EX, UA-3FX, UA-4FX, UA-5, UA-20, UA-25, UA-101 USB 1.1 mode, UA-700, UR-80
USB MIDI Devices: UM-1 Series, UM-2 Series, UM-3EX, UM-550, UM-880, PC-50, PC-300, PCR-300, PCR-500, PCR-800, PCR-M1, PCR-M30, PCR-M50, PCR-M80, PCR-30, PCR-50, PCR-80, SC-8820, SC-8850, SD-20, SD-80, SK-500
IK Multimedia StealthPlug Special
Guitar At BerkleeMusic
Zero G's Classic Disco Sample Library
Slau does a dynamic mic mini shoot out.
Waves SSL Bundle is in the house!
Spectrasonics Atmosphere Dream Synth Module - The World's Most Massive Synth!
This is really a different type of virtual instrument that brings together a three gigabyte core library of more than one thousand unique sounds and layer elements. Atmosphere works as a native plug-in instrument in all major hosts like Logic, Digital Performer, Cubase, Nuendo and Pro-Tools.
Atmosphere was designed from the ground up by Eric Persing, well known for his sound design of classic Roland synthesizers and award-winning sample libraries.
$399 - Six CD-ROM set
MAS, RTAS Mac and VST Mac/PC included (Audio Units for OSX and RTAS for Windows available from www.spectrasonics.net/updates/)
Operates as a virtual instrument software plug-in in all major hosts like Logic, Digital Performer, Pro Tools, Cubase SX, Ableton LIVE, Nuendo, Fruity Loops, Acid Pro and many other VST hosts. Also works in Sonar 2.0 with a VST wrapper (not included).
512 MB RAM, 3.9 GB free hard disc space
MAC: OS 9 or higher, 500 mHz G3 or better CPU, MAS, RTAS or VST 2.0 host
PC: Windows 98 or higher, 600 mHz Pentium III or better CPU, sound card, VST 2.0 host or Pro Tools 6.1 or higher
CPU load: MODERATE
All Specifications to change without notice. All trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
Mike Schettler of Shortler Studios wrote in to share another major label "kiss off" from a major artist, Aretha Franklin.
Gordon Brinton has launched http://ProAux.com, a gear auction site with ZERO selling fees.
Want to try your hand at mixing some serious metal? Click Here!
A video about abusing a Shure SM58 from Patrick Bonier:
The Stupid Knob:
How bad is you lifestyle when it freaks out Snoop Dog? Ask Amy Winehouse!
Answer To Last Week's Trivia Question:
Q: In 1941 Alan Lomax first recorded the artist McKinley Morganfield. What name do we better know him by today?
A: Muddy Waters!
This week's big winner is Jason Paul. He takes home a copy of Guitar And Drum Trainer courtesy of Ryan Smith over at GuitarAndDrumTrainer.com.
Honorable mention goes out to Jon Julson, Jesse Osborne, Charles Wyatt, Bryan Daste of the Magic Closet Studio in Portland, Oregon, Dadooz, Nick Cicero, Kevin Manning, Jim Miles and Kevin Anderson. Great work everyone!
See you next week!
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