…he is the only online session drummer to provide a top and bottom snare stem. This turned out to be a real plus as it enabled me to achieve a great snare tone by blending the top which gave a tight ‘smack’ of snare, and the bottom with it’s deeper tone, some real thump.
…the Sony Xperia Z2 is a stunning bit of kit offering some very special abilities over most smartphones, and at AU$759 I think it offers good value. I am happy with my decision to buck the trend and move away from Apple…can’t believe I just said that!
It is not every day major player like Eventide gives their excellent software away for free, no catches. But believe it or not, that is exactly what they are doing! But, you have to be quick, get it now before this superb offers ends on July 8th, 2014. UltraChannel is Eventide’s new 64-bit native channel
When Steven Slate announced the Raven Multi-touch Production System I was salivating at the possibilities of having such a system in my studio, but the cost was out of my reach, and to be honest I did not have the room for such a large ‘console’ in my studio. Today I stumbled upon the new
All in all, Sony have improved once again, what was a remarkable little camera and the inclusion of a pop-up EVF at this price point is even more impressive given that an EVF is usually an expensive and bulky option on other cameras.
The bottom line is this: if the Valhalla VintageVerb was a $249 plugin like many of the competing products available, it would be a bargain, at $50 it is simply stealing, so grab a copy before they realise their pricing error. Very highly recommended.
There comes a time in every man’s life where spending money on gadget collides with the need to purchase the more ‘mundane’ things in life – such as vacuum cleaners. Of course if you can’t get yourself to spend money just on any type of boring old dust buster down at the local seconds outlet,
If you keep your expectations in line with the price, this system delivers very well. The fact that I did NOT for once in my life spend my full budget says it all, the Yamaha met my expectations more than the costlier Philips, and I have spare cash, nice work Yamaha!