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Audio Boost launches Drop, Voicetag & Production Services

Audio Boost

Audio Boost has recently launched its website, offering DJ drops, voicetags & other production tools.

We offer a wide range of products and services including personalized dj drops, producer voicetags, drumkits, vocal kits, sound loops, vst expansion packs and much more. We always make sure that all our products come with the highest grade of industry quality you can get out there. If you are looking to take your music to the next level – Audio Boost is definitely the perfect supplier to run with. Step your game up and give your mixtapes and productions the professional and unique touch they need.

Get your own personalized dj drops or voicetags now. You can choose from a broad variety of professional voices, which will make your drops sound different. We have an excellent rooster of professional voice actors in our team, which will fit your personal desires. Either you want it simple and clean, with just a nice voice or totally freaked/hyped out, with all kinds of effects on it. We are ready to work with your ideas. Give us your input and we are ready to get you what you are looking for. Get your boost today!

More information: Audio Boost

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Man v Loops launches ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT Subscription Service sample pack store

Man v Loops

Man v Loops has announced the launch of its subscription based online loops and sample service.

A first of its kind service selling the best loops and sample packs from around the globe is being launched on June 30. This service with a difference is the first of its kind to offer subscription based loops and enhances the portfolio for music producers worldwide. The Man v Loops website offers an all-round music store selling sample packs from leading supplies and sound developers. What is even more important and ground-breaking is that all sample packs are completely royalty free.

This subscription based website offers downloadable unlimited loops and samples for EDM, urban music producers, musicians and deejays. Music producers will be able to download royalty free music production samples to help create their inimitable music creations. Sample packs include amongst others drums, construction kits, vocal samples, loops, soundbanks and patches to work with most production software (DAW).

The subscription service is available to purchase for £19.95 GBP (monthly) / £199 GBP (yearly).

More information: Man v Loops

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Roland launches Axial tone library site

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Roland Axia

Roland has announced the debut of Axial, the official Roland tone library site where you can download new sounds for your Roland synthesizer that have been specially designed by top programmers.

From recreations of vintage analog classics to modern, cutting-edge tones that are perfect for the latest music styles and beyond, Axial is home to an ever-expanding selection of unique and exciting sounds for Roland instruments.

With the wide range of completely new sounds available on Axial, Roland synth owners can explore a growing universe of creative inspiration for live performing and music production. The sound downloads on Axial are grouped by musical genre and concept, making it easy to find the tones that will work best with a wide range of musical projects. Examples include GAIA Noise Freak Vol. 2, INTEGRA-7 Synth Legends Pure, JUPITER Synth Legends, and much more. The site also features demo videos and sound clips so composers can preview the sounds and examples of their uses.

One of the great thrills of using synthesizers is being able to create personalized and original tones. Roland’s new Axial tone library site gives musicians the power to experiment freely and tweak the tones downloaded from the Axial site to suit personal tastes and styles, filling Roland synths with sounds that no one in the world has heard before.

More information: Roland / Axial

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Big Tick updates Zen presets manager to v1.7

Big Tick Audio Zen

Big Tick has released version 1.7 of its Zen universal presets manager for Windows and Mac.

It loads in any host as a vsti, and acts as a loader for other vstis. So with Zen, you can search for “Rhodes piano” and get a list of all matching presets – regardless of the final vsti (Rhino, Zebra, Absynth… whatever). When you select one of the presets in Zen, the corresponding vsti is automatically loaded to play the requested preset.

Most popular vstis are supported, and new ones are added daily. Eventually Zen aims to categorize all available presets, for all vstis.

Changes in Zen

  • Countless stability fixes and performance enhancements.
  • 64-bit OS X version.
  • Smooth transition between presets.
  • New standalone host on Windows and Mac.
  • Plug-in scan runs in a different process – no more crashes while scanning.
  • Presets database can be shared across systems and architectures.
  • Option to automatically scroll to the top of the list when search results change.
  • Option to clear the plugins cache.
  • Presets changes are now saved when saving from a host.
  • Increased the number of user controls from 8 to 8*4.

Zen for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to download at no cost.

More information: Big Tick Audio / Zen

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PreSonus announces Up and Running with Studio One video instructional course

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Josh Harris Running with Studio One

PreSonus has announced that Up and Running with Studio One, a two-hour course of video instruction on PreSonus Studio One DAW, featuring producer and remixer Josh Harris, is now available at lynda.com.

“Audio is a segment within our online library of tutorials that is quickly growing in popularity among music professionals,” said David Franz, lynda.com content manager for audio. “Up and Running with Studio One represents a significant addition to our library that gives learners a great introduction to the software.”

In his Studio One course, Harris quickly demonstrates how to work with the powerful, yet easy-to-learn DAW, beginning with the Start page and with setting up your artist profile and audio devices. He then shows how to set up and start recording a new song, including punching in and using track layers.

Next, Harris moves into editing audio and MIDI, explaining such important editing functions as comping, trimming, and time-stretching audio; quantizing MIDI; and editing MIDI velocities. He then covers the main mixing features, including using effects chains and presets and working with automation. He also discusses the unique mastering features of the Studio One Project page. Harris wraps up the course by demonstrating how to share music with the world, including publishing songs to SoundCloud®, promoting songs on Nimbit®, and using PreSonus Exchange.

To promote the new course, lynda.com is offering a 7-day trial membership to all registered Studio One users.

More information: Up and Running with Studio One

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Smplshr launches community-driven loops library

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Smplshr has announced its community-driven online loops library.

Smplshr is a community for musicians, composers, DJ’s, producers and sound designers to share their loops and samples.

Upload your loops. Download everyone else’s.

Our motto is simple. “Share. Receive. Prosper.”

Smplshr is 100% free.

Smplrshr content is available to registered users under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.

More information: Smplshr

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Gobbler launches Gobblerama Leaderboard Contest

Gobblerama

Gobbler has announced its Gobblerama referral contest.

Gobbler is offering over $10,000 in prizes from Universal Audio, Telefunken, Focusrite and others, just for inviting your friends!

Throughout the month of May, Gobbler customers who get the greatest number of friends to sign up for Gobbler will win audio hardware and software prizes every week. The grand prize, a Universal Audio 1176LN Classic Limiting Amplifier, will be awarded when the contest ends, May 28th. Daily prizes from Groove3, Slate Digital, Softube, and others will also be given away randomly – just for entering!

More information: Gobbler

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