This seems like a very interesting update to the Electribe line: the Korg Electribe Wave.
I have been using as part of a portable setup, the Korg NanoKEY Studio. While I would not recommend this controller for “keys”, because of the click and switch feel of the keys itself, it extends the capabilities of Korg Gadget considerably. One of the best parts about using it is the Bluetooth capabilities. No […]
Technology has been pushing music forward since the advent of electricity. Records, radio, cassettes, recording technology, CDs, and finally digital and streaming have all disrupted the norm in music. The industry has always been reticent to adopt new technologies. With the rise of music tech, the music industry can no longer stop the march of […]
At the end of the 70s, Wolfgang Palm developed wavetable synthesis. This development technique was very successful and used by many synthesizer companies in the 80s and 90s. But this technology has its limitations. The main reason is that all sounds are harmonic. In nature, this does not happen very often. Many sounds like a piano […]
Dr. Mix has done a great Cubase Pro 9 video review here, I encourage you to watch it. Cubase continues to go from strength to strength and this video demonstrates the tremendous contribution that this software makes to the audio production community.
This is a great tutorial where Carol literally shows her audience how to compose with her. What is great about watching videos like this is you get a window into the composition process which is a dark art to say the least. It means many things to many different people. It is all about finding your […]