Explore the synthesis of sound and waveforms using this free, browser-based tool for generating and manipulating waveforms. You can even export the results to your hard drive.
Gary Hiebner took MOK Waverazor for a spin and found that as well as being a futuristic virtual synth, it had more than a hint of throwback about it too...
Now you can speed up, slow down, pitch shift, and loop sections of an audio file in your browser with TimeStretch Player. Works great and shows what is possible for the future...
Ceremony tells us that Melodyne 4 introduces new technologies and a new degree of freedom for the entire Melodyne family. Includes 4 versions and a polyphonic spectrum shaper sound editor.
MthodRed's REXPlayer has always been a handy tool for REX file playback. Version 1.6 sees a useful feature addition make its way to this affordable music app.
Acoustica tell us their Mixcraft music production and multitrack recording software adds new content, more controller support and feature enhancements in version 7.5, including Windows 10 support.
Music Notation Software FORTE has hit 500,000 downloads. For this reason they're give away their $24 product FORTE Basic until Sept. 14.--FREE.
Mixcraft 7.1 includes new loops and drum samples from LA-based producers Dj Puzzle and Shok, feature enhancements for a more stable performance and better audio engine enhancements.
Richard Scheufler describes inTone2 by Audiffex as "an intuitive software application that allows me to use the same sounds I use on stage while I’m practising at home."
If you're reading this you're probably making music. But, have you ever wanted to make your own music software? It might be easier than you think. Liam Lacey outlines 5 platforms you should consider.
Tonight I am in the studio with local legend Mike Anderson, master storyteller, composer of children's music, and dulcimer player. We will be recording directly to a Tascam CD-Recorder through a Ma .
Our Brave New Digital World ... Studio In A Box I must be feeling a bit nostalgic ... today I find myself thinking back to the past and how I used to make music in the good lo' days ... When I started