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Orange Tree Samples announces Weekly Holiday Freebies

Orange Tree Samples

Orange Tree Samples has announced it will be offering free Kontakt sample libraries through its social networks.

Starting today we’re sharing freebies every week of this holiday season through the Orange Tree Samples social networks.

Although it’s not a requirement in order to download the freebies, if you subscribe to the Orange Tree Samples page, you’ll get notification when each freebie is released, and be able to download them the moment they appear in your news feed.

Subscribing to Orange Tree Samples’ social networks is also a great way to meet other Orange Tree Samples fans, get feedback your music, ask questions, and so on. It’s also a great way to get inside information on upcoming Orange Tree Samples libraries, including sneak peeks at upcoming projects, behind-the-scenes photos, and much more.

We’re on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, so head over to one of these links now to download the first freebie!

More information: Orange Tree Samples

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Voxengo launches automated Group Buys—Up to 50% off plugins

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Voxengo

Voxengo has announced Group Buys, an opportunity to get up to 50% off plug-ins in a new automated voting system.

Before a group buy for a given Voxengo product is initiated it should first collect a certain number of initial votes in the recent 20-day period, so for a group buy to be initiated there should be a high level of public interest available. The initiated group buy then lasts 15 days or until it reaches the maximal 50% discount. Each initiated group buy guarantees at least 10% discount upon its finish. You can recall your current vote at any time. Your vote does not construe obligation to purchase the product.

Voxengo group buys are fully automated and their outcome solely depends on its participants’ social activity. The more votes a group buy collects the higher discount is reached during the 15-day voting period. So, if you are in, it is advised that you also invite your colleagues and friends via e-mails, forums, social networks, etc.

Once a group buy finishes, a special discount will be offered to all purchasers of the product during the 7-day period following group buy’s finish date. Group buy’s start and finish conditions are checked once a day. You will be notified via e-mail about group buy’s start and finish. The Voxengo Group Buys History page shows all finished group buys to date.

More information: Voxengo / Group Buys

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Roland Guitar Friend Jam—Guitarists Worldwide Meet, Learn, and Compete

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Roland has announced Guitar Friend Jam version 1.0, its newest social media application that gives guitarists an exclusive chance to improve their skills, to network, and to showcase their talents with like-minded players from all over the world.

Roland Guitar Friend Jam
Download free practice songs from Roland, share your workout records on Twitter, and compete with guitarists all over the world with Guitar Friend Jam.

Musicians using this unique social network can download free practice songs from Roland, share workout records on Twitter, and actually compete with fellow musicians.

Available for both Windows and Mac OS X, Guitar Friend Jam automatically downloads a suite of practice songs after a user installs the application on their computer. The play-along songs cover popular musical styles including rock, pop, jazz, metal, and more, and feature full-band arrangements minus guitars. In addition to these special practice tracks, users can also add MP3 files stored on their computer and jam with their favorite tunes.

Just download the free software from the download page of the Guitar Friend Jam website, follow the instructions that appear on the screen, and connect a compatible GK-pickup equipped guitar to a Roland GR-55, VG-99, or VB-99. Connect via the USB port to a computer, and you’re ready to jam. Internet connectivity and a Twitter account are also required for real time ranking and record sharing via Twitter.

“Guitar Friend Jam is an amazing way to have fun and improve your guitar playing at the same time. The Roland GR-55 guitar synth is a great companion for Guitar Friend Jam,” said Gary Lenaire, Product & Marketing Manager, Roland Guitar Division and BOSS U.S.

More information: Roland / Guitar Friend Jam

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Soundation Studio goes social – community services now available

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Online music making application Soundation Studio has just added a community to their service.

Soundation Community

Now users can post songs, form groups, leave comments, like, send personal messages and make contests while managing all aspects of their account. Soundation has also developed a more stylish and informative widget player with the option to embed the song link and/or publish your song to Facebook.

”Our users were demanding a more social element to Soundation and we are excited to now have this in place”, says Bil Bryant, CEO of Soundation. “We just put up the community and literally overnight there were thousands of songs posted”, continues Bryant. Soundation Studio is the DAW that works right in your browser, with over 600 free loops, 11 real time effects, 5 virtual instruments, reads midi files, and records audio. It is free you use and you only pay if you want more sounds and functionality. “It is a great place to start to make digital music”, states Bryant, “no downloads or installations, just type in the URL and go”.

More information: Soundation Studio

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Intermorphic updates Mixtikl to v2.5.0.2, Generative Music System

Intermorphic Mixtikl

Intermorphic has released version 2.5.0.2 of Mixtikl, a generative music system for mobile, tweeting, web & desktop.

Mixtikl lets you easily create stunning generative music mixes, performances & new ideas from mixing together up to 12 tracks of generative music, audio & MIDI loops plus many customisable sound FX.

Changes in Mixtikl v2.5.0.2

  • iDevice: Added support for Sonoma AudioCopy and AudioPaste (as alternative to Apple General Pasteboard – both supported).
  • iDevice: Free – 3 AL Collections (15 AL Tiklpaks – previously $2.97) via “Loop Essentials” in-app download.
  • iDevice: Fixed: losing of GenBars / CellRepeat range settings when rotating.
  • iDevice: Fixed: iPad issue using in-app store in Portrait mode.
  • New checkbox filters in New Mix screen make it easier to see/select only the Tiklpaks you want to use.
  • More customisable randomisation settings in the New Mix Settings screen.
  • Improved controls in mix Tempo and Root screen.
  • Clear Everything and Clear All Track Settings now set all track generative bars+range / repeat+range values to zero.
  • Fixed: Import of mixtikls from email.

More information: Intermorphic / Mixtikl

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Ohm Force unveils Ohm Studio GUI

Ohm Studio is a real-time collaborative music making application (DAW/sequencer) in addition to an online collaboration platform and a music driven cohmunity.

So far, all the screenies we had disclosed were from the Alpha Version. Now that the beta-test is getting really closer, it’s time for us to start unveiling Ohm Studio’s real GUI. That’s what the Beta Version will look like…

Ohm Studio
Ohm Studio, beta version (click image for more screenshots)

More information: Ohm Studio

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Propellerhead Software ReBirth, Techno Micro Composer now for iPad

Propellerhead Software ReBirth for iPad

Propellerhead Software has announced the release of ReBirth for iPad and iPhone.

ReBirth is back! Propellerhead Software’s legendary Techno Micro Composer has been resurrected and customized for the iPad. ReBirth faithfully emulates dance music’s three backbone devices: The Roland TB-303 Bass synth and the Roland TR-808 and 909 drum machines. Combine these with FX units, fully featured pattern sequencers and a gorgeous-looking interface and you’re ready to make killer tracks on your iPad. Share your music with friends on Facebook, Twitter and more using the built in sharing features.

ReBirth features

  • 2 x TB-303 Bassline Synthesizer with pattern sequencer – The original Acid House and Techno bass synth. Unrivaled power, unmistakable sound.
  • TR-808 Drum machine – Roland’s sub-heavy 1980 beat computer. Instant hip-hop.
  • TR-909 Drum machine – The go-to beatbox for everything House and Techno. Press play and you’re dancing.
  • Tempo-synced digital delay – Bouncy and hypnotic, always in time with your music.
  • Compressor with threshold and ratio – A bare-bones compression unit for added beefiness.
  • Distortion unit with amount and shape – Raw and rugged distortion for that extra edge. Works wonders with any 303 bassline.
  • PCF effect – Pattern controlled Low-pass / Band-pass filter – a tweaker’s delight.
  • Mixer – Device specific mixer sections with pan, delay sends and FX switches
  • Mod support – Includes 7 original user mods with alternative sound sets and graphics
  • Sharing features – Share function with easy publication of songs to Facebook, Twitter and other social networks.

ReBirth for iPad is available to purchase for $14.99 USD.

More information: ReBirth App

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