Hal Leonard has announced it has published Pitch Correction Software Now!, a guide to the most innovative and popular pitch correction titles today and how to apply them to your music.
Since Auto-Tune was released in 1997, pitch correction has become a standard component to modern audio production, both as an effect and as a discrete processing tool. The technology has matured considerably since then, and pitch correction is now available in many different flavors. Pitch Correction Software Now! offers a practical guide full of tips and tricks designed to quickly get you up to speed with the most popular pitch-correction products available today.
From the popular and slick T-Pain Effect by pitch correction powerhouse iZotope to professional polyphonic pitch correction using Celemony’s Melodyne DNA, this focused tutorial makes it easy to choose the best pitch-correction products for your music creation needs and helps you incorporate them into your music production workflow.
Accomplished music industry writer Max Mobley uses his easy-to-understand writing style and industry expertise to deliver a book that provides clear and concise practical advice in setting up and using several different pitch-correction plug-ins, including Antares’ newest version of Auto-Tune, Auto-Tune Live. From live stages to home studios, whether you want a vocal effect or precise, transparent monophonic or polyphonic pitch processing, Pitch Correction Software Now! puts music producers of all levels on the fast track to mastering the many forms of modern pitch correction.
MassiveSynth has introduced Wavetables Explained, a 2-hour video course on wavetables in Native Instruments Massive by Jonny Strinati.
NI Massive is the industry leader in wavetable synthesizers. There is no faster way to create a stunning variety of sounds. You can rapidly stack sound on top of sound to generate exciting new patches that will set you and your music far ahead of your competitors.
In our new Massive Wavetables Video Course you’ll explore all five categories of wavetables inside Massive: The Basic, Analog/Electric, Digital/Hybrid, FX/Chords, as well as a look at the Virtual/ Analog oscillators available.
The video course is available to purchase for $37 USD.
Another Reason ReFill has been added to Nucleus SoundLab’s Spring Synthesis ReFill Bundle. Viral Outbreak ($69 value) is now available for all purchasers who pay $49.99 or more!
Viral Outbreak brings the Virus TI synthesizer to Reason. 2.5Gb of samples and 180+ soundsets of cutting-edge electronica sounds are included. Not only that, a brand-new expansion bank of 32 patches is exclusively available with the bundle! These new patches by Tom Pritchard are highlighted by a focus on new Reason effects, including Alligator, Pulveriser, and The Echo.
The Spring Synthesis now encompasses 9 ReFills with a regular price of over $350 – at a Pay-What-You-Want price. Remember, the sale ends May 28th, 2012.
“Weiss Schnur – Electro Toolbox Vol. 1″ comes with essential drum loops, which are divided into different parts, so you can easily use them in your productions or combine them into new grooves. Furthermore each kit contains a single kickdrum, so you can also go ahead and use different kits together, to create your very own big drum sounds.
You will find 21 construction kits with unique melodies, fat drop sounds, harmonic chords and essential drum sounds, all combined in one single Pack.
All material is 128 BPM and processed production ready, so don’t hesitate to use it in your music productions. This pack will give you sudden inspiration for your next Electro House Track, indeed.
Audio Damage has announced a Summer Sale, offering 30% off its plugins and bundles for a limited time.
With apologies to our antipodean customers (or, you know, people that don’t like Nelly) it’s gettin’ hot in here, so time to pick up some more plugs. Yeah, we went there.
The Audio Damage Bring The Heat sale is now on! Use the code HOTINHERRE at checkout for 30% off your order. This includes bundles! This sale lasts until Wednesday, May 22nd at midnight, so get ‘em while they’re hot.