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CableGuys Curve 2 CM available with Computer Music 188

Computer Music 188 includes the Curve 2 CM edition of the flexible software synthesizer for Windows and Mac by CableGuys.


Cableguys Curve 2 CM Edition.

This plugin is FREE and exclusive to Computer Music magazine. Get Computer Music issue 188 and you get Curve 2 CM!

Computer Music 188 is available to purchase starting at £2.99 GBP for a digital copy.

More information: Computer Music

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Up to an extra 50% off Zinio magazines, iPad Mini Giveaway & 10 Free Subscriptions

Zinio Holiday Sale

Zinio is offering additional discounts of up to 50% off its top 350 magazines in a limited time holiday sale.

Zinio is more than a mobile reading application. We’ve spent the last decade creating the digital editions of the magazines you love, delivering the exact same material you get in print‚ plus exclusive features like video, audio and live links, on your iPad, iPhone, desktop and laptop.

You can save up to an extra 50% discount on over 300 magazines, until January 7th, 2013.

Zinio also launched an iPad Mini Giveaway, with a free one year subscription to Star Magazine for all entrants to the contest.

Furthermore, Zinio is kindly offering 10 rekkerd.org readers a chance to get a free subscription of their choice.

Winners can choose any title Zinio carries and get the full subscription period as indicated on the Zinio site, free of charge. Available magazines include Computer Music, Electronic Musician, Future Music, and many more.

For a chance to win, email your first and last names, email address and the Zinio title of your choice. This offer ends January 7th, 2013. The winners will be randomly picked from all entrants, and notified by email.

More information: Zinio

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Computer Music 185 includes Rob Papen’s RG-Muted CM

Computer Magazine’s 185th issue includes RG-Muted CM, a virtual guitar instrument by Rob Papen.


Computer Music Edition of Rob Papen’s RG Rhythm Guitar plug-in for PC and Mac.

Make superb rhythm guitar parts with this incredible plugin from the virtual instrument king, Rob Papen! For PC and Mac.

It’s a fully working version (ie, it’s not time-restricted or “crippled”), but with fewer sound sets than the full thing. RG-Muted CM contains only the High Muted and Low Muted sound sets, which are for funky muted rhythm guitar patterns.

Computer Music 185 is available to purchase for £2.49 GBP from Zinio.

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Computer Music 182 intros Downloads for Digital Editions + Tone2 BiFilter2

Computer Music 182

Computer Music has announced that the digital edition of Computer Music 182 now includes downloads of the content previously only included with the cover DVD of the print edition.

Computer Music’s editor writes:

Downloads are now available for our DVD content, starting with CM182! So people can buy the digital edition (Newsstand/Zinio) for a few quid/dollars and get immediate download access to the software, samples, video, tutorial files, etc.

Tone2 BiFilter2 is free with this issue. It’s the full version, worth $39.99.

Other highlights of CM182 include a VIP Series sample pack from UK techno legend Kirk Degiorgio, and that our Apple Newsstand edition now also includes built-in videos.

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Get free DDMF CM EQ Pack with Computer Music 179

Computer Music 179 includes the DDMF CM EQ Pack, a bundle of two equalizer effect plugins for Windows and Mac.


CM versions of DDMF’s IIEQ Pro and LM10 plug-ins are included in Computer Music 179.

We’re giving away two fantastic, pro-quality EQ plugins with Computer Music 179! The DDMF CM EQ Pack contains two free plugins for PC and Mac, in AU and VST plugin formats.

IIEQ Pro CM is an all-purpose EQ, whereas LP10 is focused more on mastering, offering linear phase and variable phase operation. The plug-ins are based on DDMF’s highly regarded IIEQ Pro and LP10 plugins.

More information: DDMF CM EQ Pack

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Dmitry Sches releases DiversionFX Computer Music Edition

Dmitry Sches has released DiversionFX Computer Music Edition, a free multi-effect plugin based on the Diversion synthesizer.

Dmitry Sches DiversionFX Computer Music Edition
DiversionFX Computer Music Edition

DiversionFX CM Edition features

  • Input processing – DiversionFX offers two bus processors to transform the incoming audio into a wide variety of possible sounds. Each bus processor consists of a stereo filter with a lot of different modes, distortion and LO-FI section. We have implemented many filter modes and types of saturation stages to bring you a great armoury for creating almost any sound you need.
  • Effects matrix – The output of buses is processed by the effects matrix. DiversionFX uses two flexible FX lines for a separated processing of each bus processor?s output. With the separated FX processing you can make a lot of layered sounds, even which has two parts located in two fully independent sound spaces. Up to 8 effect instances can be stacked in one FX line, which is enough to create any desired processing chain.
  • Modulation – Many parameters in DiversionFX can be modulated by 4 LFOs, 4 MSEGs and one XY-controller, called Master Morph. These options, along with use of the Modulation Matrix, can really breathe life into a sound. Of course, automation and midi controllers are supported.
  • Oversampling – Typically, after a non-linear processing of the waveform inside the bus processors, digital aliasing can occur. DiversionFX takes care of this by using internal oversampling. This allows DiversionFX to achieve a perfect sound quality with an insignificant level of aliasing.
  • Trancegate – Finally, DiversionFX features a 32-step Trance Gate module, which turns the plugin into a monsterous multi-effect.

DiversionFX Computer Music Edition (Windows VST) is included on the CM176 DVD, and will be included with future issues of the Computer Music magazine.

More information: Dmitry Sches / Computer Music

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Producer Sessions Live 2011, UK event with tutorial sessions & hands-on recording gear

After a sold-out launch event in 2010, Producer Sessions Live 2011 features more producers, more gear and more opportunity for today’s music makers to get on the fast track to success.

Producer Sessions Live

Taking place at the state-of-the-art SAE London studios on Sept 3rd and 4th, Producer Sessions Live 2011 features intimate tutorial sessions from some of the biggest names in music production, alongside the chance to get hands-on with the latest hi-tech gear.

As the creators of countless chart and club hits, Artful Dodger, Dave Spoon, Nu:Tone, Danny Byrd, D.Ramirez, Stonebridge, Starsmith and many more will be giving you the chance to learn the tips and tricks that make hits for megastars such as Lady Gaga, Jay Z, Kylie, Kayne West, Robyn, and Tinnie Tempah in a series of workshop master classes.

Run by Future Publishing’s MusicRadar.com, Future Music and Computer Music magazines, Producer Sessions Live also features gear rooms filled with everything from mixing desks to synths and software, with experts on hand to demo the kit and answer your questions.

And get involved with Producer Sessions Live 2011 right now via our amazing remix competition. Head to www.soundcloud.com/producersessionslive and download the parts to Joey Negro’s No Sugar. Remix it, upload your mix to the PSL SoundCloud drop box and you’re in with a chance of winning a gear bundle worth over £3,000! The best remix will be chosen by Joey Negro himself and a panel of producers on the final day of Producer Sessions Live.

Day tickets for the Producer Sessions Live 2011 are available at £10 GPB including free entry to The Ministry of Sound’s huge Saturday night party where Producer Sessions Live will be hosting the Baby Box with exclusive sets from Steve Mac and Mat Playford.

More information: Producer Sessions Live

Confirmed Producer Sessions so far: Stonebridge, Danny Byrd, Adam White, Florian Meindl, Richard Dinsdale, Solo, D.Ramirez, Sharooz, Starsmith, Steve Mac, Kid Massive, Artful Dodger, Nu:Tone, Dave Spoon, James Reynolds, James Hockley, Tommy D and Dom Kane with more on the way!

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Time+Space contests: Win mag subscriptions, virtual instruments and signed albums

Time+Space has announced a number of contests.

This month, Time+Space (UK distributor of many of the world’s top software and sample library brands) have had a plethora of prizes up for grabs across three different competitions – have you tried your luck yet?

Ending on Thursday 31st March, entrants simply need to send Time+Space the answer to a very simple question for each competition.

Time+Space contests

Time+Space contests

  • Win 1 of 3 annual DJ mag subscriptions plus sample libraries from Zero-G! – Time+Space have teamed up with one of the world’s leading dance music magazines – DJ Mag – to give you the chance to win one of three annual subscriptions plus two dance collections from sample library prodigies Zero-G – the award winning Distorted Dancefloors and the more recently released Paradise Sessions.
  • Win The Complete Toy Museum from USB – Among Ultimate Sound Bank’s most talked about and recent collections are their Electric Toy Museum and Acoustic Toy Museum titles which offer thousands of samples recorded from toys that will take you on a trip down memory lane. Time+Space are giving away a copy of The Complete Toy Museum which includes both titles plus a nostalgic hard back book ‘Toy Instruments’.
  • Win 1 of 5 signed solo albums from Lamb’s Andy Barlow – Towards the end of last year Time+Space published a feature on their website with Andy Barlow – one half of Trip Hop duo Lamb and an artist in his own right. Andy is a big fan of all Spectrasonics synths – Trilian, Stylus RMX and Omnisphere and used them on his new solo album Leap and the Net will Appear. Andy has signed and donated 5 copies of the album and you could win one of them!

More information: Time+Space

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