TC Electronic has announced the launch of a new website that aims to be a comprehensive resource for everything related to loudness.
There are many aspects to loudness, and keeping track of all of them can be a challenge even to those already familiar with the topic. Therefore, TC has launched a new loudness website, as an extension of the overall TC Electronic website, where all of these aspects are outlined, explained and discussed. The site is an answer to the highly relevant question: “What Is Loudness, and Why Is It Important?”
Loudness website highlights
- Introduction to Loudness – 101 Loudness explaining the basics in an easy-to-read, easy-to-understand fashion.
- Broadcast Standards –What are the differences between the current standards? What are the significant details that are important to be aware of as a broadcaster or a deliverer of broadcast content?
- Applications –It is one thing to know the technology and the standards involved, it is another to know how, where and when to apply the technology in real-world situations.
- Events – As a loudness pioneer, TC has hosted several loudness seminars and have been present at broadcast and pro audio shows all over the world. An ‘Events’ page sums up these activities and is also a valuable source for in-depth videos.
- Literature and Glossary – For those who would like to go deeper into the technical details, TC provides a massive collection of white papers describing and discussing all kinds of aspects of loudness technology, and finally there is also an extensive glossary explaining terms related to loudness.
More information: TC Electronic / Loudness website
Ohm Force has announced that it has delayed the release of Ohm Studio, the collaborative music production platform.
Many good news here! Our real-time collaborative digital audio workstation Ohm Studio will finally remain in beta until January. It means that you have a bit more time to buy the lifetime offer before the next price ramp up (next Monday!) and ultimately the removal of this unique offer at release. Moreover, our Friday Collabs event (see video below) will now reward one participant each time with 6-month subscription applicable from end of beta. Download software here if you haven’t yet.
Additionally, the Ohm Team is currently busy redesigning the company website. You may expect something way more beautiful in weeks to come!
Ohm Force’s new website is coming soon.
To apologize for the delay, Ohm Force is extending the availability of the Lifetime Offer. Currently priced at 166 EUR excl. tax, it will ramp up at 187 EUR excl. tax from Monday October 29th until release (after which it will be removed). Also, Ohm Studio’s weekly Collab Fridays events will now see one of the participants per event rewarded with a 6-month subscription.
More information: Ohm Studio
PreSonus has announced a complete redesign of its web site, offering greatly improved navigation, deeper product information, and easy access to press releases, user stories, technical information, videos, tech support, user accounts, and much more.
Notes PreSonus Associate Creative Director Cave Daughdrill, “Truth is, a lot of us hated the old site. Working on it was worse than being stuck in traffic during the flaming-hot Louisiana summer. And it was starting to look old and dense-like the Gulf after BP got through with it. We’ve always made the kind of gear we want to use ourselves, so we decided it was time to do that with our site.
Now, it’s fast and easy to find things, and the site is much more visual. The video display is huge, and you can even search and filter for results while playing the video. And the site works great with mobile devices. We think people are really gonna dig it.”
“From a back-end standpoint, the old PreSonus site was the organizational equivalent of a dozen meth’ed-up gerbils playing soccer with a marble inside a grandfather clock,” says PreSonus Web Engineer Luciano Ziegler. “Our new site is so smooth that it may actually revolutionize String Theory.”
More information: PreSonus
Cinematique Instruments, the producer of professional, rare and versatile instruments libraries – has announced the launch of its new website.
The Cinematique Instruments website is redesigned with new functions and appearance.
The New Cinematique Instruments Website has been given a complete restructure and a fresh new look. The core is a clear overview page of all our instruments with a “listen to a demo song” function for each instrument by simply clicking onto its image – also available in list-view.
The new site features every instrument with a large image which automatically plays in full screen – additional info, demo tracks, videos as well as the manual can be found in windows on top of the screen.
The main menu of the site provides a clear presentation of all pages. Also worth mentioning is a blog-like page called ‘Inspiration’ which will provide interesting topics from the fields of art, culture and music.
Furthermore Cinematique Instruments offers 5 new bundles such as the “Contemporary Production” and the “Cinematique Bundle” for which we will grant discount for a period of 10 days.
Still not enough, Cinematique Instruments will be clearing out their shelves and cupboards and will be releasing small, interesting and useful instruments such as marimba, junk drum, specimenphone or a glass bowl over the course of the next 3 weeks….Watch out!!
More information: Cinematique Instruments
Sinevibes is celebrating the launch of its new website by setting free Oscillator, the audio-controlled synth plug-in for Mac.
Sinevibes has extremely happy to announce the launch of its new, completely redesigned website. It takes lighter and cleaner approach to the overall look, and makes navigating products and downloading updates much easier. And just like the previous website, the new one also works natively on any device including tablets and mobile phones, thanks to a web platform called Oneline.
To celebrate this event, Sinevibes is also giving away its Oscillator AudioUnit plugin free of charge (previously $19). Oscillator is a little audio-controlled synthesizer with up to six envelope-modulated voices and effects such as frequency stepping, unison detune and digital distortion. It can turn any audio into a wide variety of sounds and effects – from interesting synths, basses and melodic strums to blips, zaps, glitches and beyond.
More information: Sinevibes / Oscillator