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Posts from September 2007

Modulate This turns 2!

Modulate This turns 2 this month! Every month since I launched, the number of page views has gone up as has the number of subscribers. A big thanks to all you for reading, donating, subscribing, and using my sponsor links. If you have any suggestions on articles, tutorials, or videos... Read more →


Coming in October - The Ohm Real-time MIDI Performance Instrument

Livid Instruments has a fantastic looking controller called Ohm which comes in two models, Wood, and Metal. I created a Flash app above that allows you to toggle between the two models. Looking at the pictures, the build quality looks incredible. This is reflected in the price which is $899,... Read more →


Propellerhead Reason 4 Has Shipped

It's been quite a month for announcements. First Logic 8, then Sonar 7, then Halo 3 (off topic but great none the less), and now Reason 4! You can buy the full version or upgrade today worldwide from your favorite retailer (here is a list), or from the PropShop on... Read more →


Video Tutorial: How to Use the Vocoder in FL Studio

Step-by-step video tutorial showing you how to use the Fruity Vocoder in FL Studio. This tutorial is for advanced users. You can also see the video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eDGVxwJWE0. Get 10% off FL Studio and other Image Line Products. Read more →


Announcement: Modulate This! Producing Free Video Tutorials on Digital Music Production

I'm releasing video tutorials on digital music production via YouTube and this blog. You'll be able watch the videos from my YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/newechoproductions or by reading posts on this blog. Videos appear under the category Video Tutorials. To start with, I'm re-editing three existing tutorials I have on FL... Read more →


Halo 3 Launches + Video of Composer Marty O'Donnell Talking About Halo 3 Score

I was just flipping through the channels and saw G4's Halo 3 Countdown Launch which offered live coverage of the product launch in New York city. Master chief just handed the first copy to someone who'd been standing in line for a very long time - so it looks like... Read more →


New Videos on Danny Elfman's Film Music Website

I'm huge fan of Danny Elfman's Oingo Boingo and film work. There is a web site dedicated to his film work called Danny Elfman's Music for a Darkened People. New videos have been posted to the site containing behind the scenes interviews on his work on Spider-Man, Planet of the... Read more →


Ableton Live Tip: Sequencing on the Fly and Insert Captured Scene

For some time, I've been using a fantastic keyboard shortcut in Ableton Live called Insert Captured Scene. It has the potential to save you a lot of time and allow you to further enhance your zen-like ability to create and sequence on the fly. Let me talk a little about... Read more →


Cakewalk Ships Sonar 7 - Links to use While Their Website is in Flux

Article update: Looks like Cakewalk now has their site in order. Of course the product info and links in this post still apply. Cakewalk has released Sonar 7 although their web site seems to be in flux regarding this version and they didn't even get a press release out before... Read more →


Apple Releases Logic Pro 8

Apple has released Logic Pro 8. New features include: Single window design Simplified setup Improved workflow to simplify multi-track recording Quick swipe comping which allows you to swipe over the best portions of each take to create a seamless comp New audio editing tools such as snap-to-transient selection, graphical time... Read more →


Ableton Live 6.0.10 Free Upgrade Available

Right on the heels of 6.0.9 - Ableton has release Live 6.0.10. It's a free upgrade for both PC and Mac Users. Live 6.0.10 is online and can be downloaded using this link www.ableton.com/downloads. You can also use the "Check for update ..." command from Live's 'Help' menu. There are... Read more →