Reloop are better known for their products in the DJ world – in fact they’ve gone from being a smalltime OEM re-brander to one of the big players in original IP in the past few years – and it looks like they’ve decided to make a foray into the music production and pro audio world. I’ve had the Reloop SHP-1 studio headphones in for a test drive to see whether Reloop can cut it in the more subtle world of pro audio.
OD is no stranger to Heavyocity’s work. We’ve reviewed both Evolve and Damage very favourably in the past, and the main thing we’ve taken from them is the impeccable quality of the sounds that Heavyocity are capable of.
Similarly to past efforts, Aeon is a Kontakt Player library (Kontakt not required) split into two main banks – instruments and loops – and then split further within them. Again true to form, Heavyocity have harnessed the power of Kontakt’s effects and scripting engine to open up creative possibilities within the library – Aeon builds on Heavyocity’s existing concepts and represents their most complex work to date. Let’s take a look… Continue Reading
Timed just about perfectly to coincide with the release of Propellerhead’s Reason 7, Nektar’s Panorama P1 is a little less black and white, but the gear lust factor may be clearer than ever…
This free PC and Mac compatible Tube Guitar Preamp VST/AU effect from Nick Crow Labs can create some gorgeous subtle distortion sounds whilst keeping it easy to control hard overdrive sounds. Did we mention it was free?!
Germany’s Beat Magazine comes through with the goods once again – get a completely free synth for Windows and Mac now!
Ten smooth electric piano and synth construction kits for free – get the link inside!