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While I use mostly software synthesizers these days, every now and then I get a bit of hardware gear lust. A few months back I was eying the Waldorf Blofeld. After watching videos like this one http://bit.ly/1zGyfm on YouTube I was quite impressed with the matrix editing and sound design... Read more →


Quick Note - Camel Audio Alchemy V 1.10.10

I recently posted an article on the Camel Audio V1.10 update. I just got a note from Camel Cudio that I wanted to pass along: “IMPORTANT: An update to the original v1.10.6 release has been issued to correct a problem with some presets being too loud. If you have previously... Read more →


Two New Ableton Inc. Videos - DJ Jazzy Jeff & Life as an Ableton Developer

If you are into Ableton Live I think you’ll enjoy the following videos. DJ Jazzy Jeff on Ableton Live I saw reference to this on Synthtopia. It’s a an Ableton Inc video featuring DJ Jazzy Jeff on how he uses Ableton Live. At 2:30 he discusses his use of Ableton... Read more →


Article Update 7-21-2009: Just got this from Camel Audio. “IMPORTANT: An update to the original v1.10.6 release has been issued to correct a problem with some presets being too loud. If you have previously installed v1.10.6 of Alchemy, or the release candidate, you are strongly advised to update to v1.10.10... Read more →


Microsoft Campaign "PC Hookup" Shot At University of Colorado in Boulder With FL Studio and Toxic Bio Hazard Cameos

Even though these days I mostly use Ableton Live, I still keep up with free FL Studio updates and do use it from time to time. Like Ableton, FL’s workflow sometimes yields very interesting results for me. FL Studio fans might find this YouTube video of interest as there are... Read more →


I Love Sampler! I’m a huge fan of of Sampler, Ableton’s advance sampling instrument. I was recently corresponding with an artist who was considering Live and I wrote this about it: “Ableton Sampler breaks with the classic sampler metaphor and supports a more immediate and "organic" workflow than other hardware... Read more →