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Cluster Sound launches new website + 6 new products

Cluster Sound has announced the launch of its new website and six new products.

Cluster Sound website

The new Cluster Sound website comes with very exciting news and products. Our new official webstore implements a multiple discount system and contains two additional categories dedicated to Live Ready instruments and Bundled products.

Bundle products & discounts

In addition to the classic reduced prices, these products allow to receive further discounts for customers who already own one or more bundled products. Four fresh new bundles are now available on Cluster Sound website :

  • Dark Techno Bundle
  • Minus Techno Bundle
  • Tech House Bundle
  • Minimal Techno Bundle

Enhanced Gbox Series

  • Minimal Gbox MKII
  • Micromal Gbox MKII

Our Gbox Series has been drastically re-designed in order to offer an even more flexibility. These Live Ready Instruments easily turn Live into a powerful and extremely flexible groovebox for minimal and techno music productions and allow to create instant ultra-customizable tracks in few clicks.

Sample Selector : This feature is the core of our Gbox MKII Series and allows you to replace in real-time the single samples while the MIDI file is playing your instrument.

Sample FX Layering : This feature represents the difference between the previous GBox series and the new one. In this new Series each drum sample is coupled with 3 parallel FX versions that can be mixed to make the flat sound richer. These sound-specific FX layers can be also modified via dedicated controls, accessible by clicking the Drum Rack pads.

More information: Cluster Sound

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Loopmasters Blog looking for tutorials – free sample packs for your articles

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LoopBlog Tutorials

Loopmasters has announced it is looking for tutorial content for publication on its blog.

We’re looking for talented content producers to share your expert knowledge of music production with our pro audio audience. We’re eager to receive your ‘Written Music Production Tips’ today.

Submit a short written text and image tutorial (500 words max) and get a custom link back to your site and your choice of ANY 2 Loopmasters products for every article approved.

If you’ve already submitted a tutorial and not heard back from us, please bear with us as we’ll endeavour to answer all applications within 7 working days of submission. We keep your text tutorials on file and aim to publish on the nearest available date within our release schedule.

We accept tutorials on all aspects of music production including DAW tutorials for Ableton, Logic, Cubase, Reason & Record, FL Studio and ProTools, music theory, processing & effects, and general music production techniques. If you feel you have something valuable to share to the music production community, we want to hear about it!

More information: Loopmasters

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Krakli releases K700 free synth plug-in + new website launched

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Krakli K700

Krakli Software has released K700, a free synthesizer instrument plug-in for Windows.

The general release of the plugin previously known as R.I.P. K700 has two totally independent lines which can be opertated multi-timbrally, to generate a really complex sound.

Equally capable of rasping leads, lush pads or pulsating arpeggios, K700 comes ready filled with a full bank of excellent presets from Himalaya.

The K700 is available to download from Krakli’s new website as a freeware VST instrument plug-in for Windows.

More information: Krakli

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Top Pro Tools websites join forces in Pro Tools Expert

Pro Tools Expert

Three of the world’s most visited Pro Tools sites, ProToolerBlog.com, The AIR Users Blog and Pro Tools For Media have entered into a strategic partnership to create a new online community Pro Tools Expert, that will create the biggest independent Pro Tools community on the web.

The aim of the partnership is to bring together their expertise and influence for the benefit of the Pro Tools Community in both music and post and to offer manufactures and distributors a single point of access to the huge community this will create.

“I’ve always had a great deal of respect for Stefan at ProToolerBlog and his commitment to the Pro Tools community; his news is second to none and I’ve always checked it out on a regular basis. I equally have great respect and time for Mike and his work in post and as a writer for Sound on Sound, Pro Tools for Media is a great resource for Pro Tools post users. It made sense to see if we could find a way to combine our efforts for the benefit of everyone. I believe this alliance will make us bigger, better and stronger in supporting the Pro Tools community around the world.” said Russ Hughes, founder of the AIR Users Blog.

“Ever since the start, me and Russ at AIR Users Blog have had a good working relationship. We never considered each other competition, rather we found that we complemented each other very well. Mike and his Pro Tools for Media was the perfect addition as he covers ground that Russ & I rarely step on. No doubt this alliance will not only benefit the three of us, but every ProTooler out there as well, by gathering all the news, reviews, tips, tutorials and more under one banner.” said Stefan, founder of the ProToolerBlog.

“I am very excited to be a part of this new venture. Right from the start we have always had a great deal of mutual respect for each other and so when Stefan & Russ suggested this idea I jumped at it. This partnership will enable each one of us to play to our strengths and together we will be able to provide the worldwide Pro Tools community with a true ‘one stop shop’ for news, reviews, tricks & tips for the beginner and expert alike, whether for music or post applications.” said Mike Thornton MIBS, founder of the Pro Tools for Media blog.

The new site pro-tools-expert.com will launch soon, having in the short term, a holding page with links to the existing sites whilst we develop and build the new Pro Tools Expert site.

More information: Pro Tools Expert

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Sinevibes launches new website and free sample collections

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Sinevibes

Sinevibes has announced its newly redesigned website, which is sleeker to look at and more convenient to use than before.

Just like previously, it also scales beautifully to mobile and tablet devices, so you can conveniently access all of the information and media wherever you are.

To celebrate this event, Sinevibes has decided to give away its sample collection which contains over 200 MB of completely original sounds created using some of the most amazing hardware and software tools such as Roland Fantom-G and V-Synth, Native Instruments MASSIVE, iZotope Spectron, Spectrasonics Omnisphere plus rare analogs like Polivoks and Krok 2401.

The collection is divided into four packages:

  • Ambisphere: 90 seamlessly-looping ambient and atmospheric sounds.
  • Beats: 100 beat and rhythmic effect loops.
  • Motions: 100 synth and bass loops.
  • Vocoder: 79 vocoder loops and single sounds.

More information: Sinevibes

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MTBM.NET launches new website + two free sample packs

MTBM.NET

MTBM.NET has announced the launch of its new website, along with two new free sample packs.

The all new MTBM.NET has been released and it now caters for everything we do. On the new site you will find all of our existing brands rolled into on accessible area.

To celebrate the new website, we have released two new samplepacks under the Multiples brand.

New Multiples sample packs

  • ABass 02 – 10 bass sounds, created using the Alpha CM, Reason, Massive and Tal Uno synths, all recorded from c1-c3 (.WAV 38MB / Kontakt 55MB / Refill 13MB).
  • Padded Cell 03 – 50 brand new drum loops created by T2D, transposed down until they were running at their slowest tempo and then ran through Guitar Rig.

MTBM.NET has also restarted its tutorial video wing under The PunchUp Pilot banner. New videos will be available every week on how to get the best from the software used by MTBM in the studio. Furthermore, all T2D music is now available in one place and is downloadable free or via JunoDownload.

More information: MTBM.NET

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Producer Pack launches new website portal

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Producer Pack LTD, one of the UK’s leading independent retailers of downloadable sample packs, loops and patches for electronic music producers, launched a brand new customer-focused website this week.

The site, http://www.producerpack.com is designed in direct response to Producer Packs research into what the customer really wants.

Producer Pack

Producer Pack’s Director Jeremy Sylvester says: “At Producer Pack we have always taken customer care very seriously, talking and listening to our customers and taking their views on board. Over the last year we have conducted a series of informal research programmes and the results have influenced the new website design and content.”

Producer Pack is well known for its copyright free sample packs and loops supplied by various brands such as FatLoud, Diginoiz, Smash up the Studio, MVP Loops, YNK Audio, P5 Audio, WM Entertainment, Big Citi Loops, Dubwise, Dr Hobo, Audiotent, Filthy Patches and many others. The new website “Sets the trend”, being good looking, user-friendly and secured by Sage Pay’s payment gateway. It gives customers detailed information, quick navigation of all its quality products downlodable by genre, format, label or type, including a brand new media player that allows customers to listen to products extremely quickly from one item to the next.

“Our customers want to be able to find products, preview the products and get the information they need fast” says Jeremy . “We are a successful, growing and strongly reliable company . We are continually innovating and improving our products and services. The new website is the natural next step.”

The company has experienced great growth since its foundation in 2008. It now has more than 80 suppliers worldwide. The company employs five specialist staff working 7 day ‘s a week from their office in Birmingham, West Midlands UK. Jeremy Sylvester added: “We are now in a competitive market. Customers rightly expect a good deal and a professional service. At Producer Pack we know that our products are not only the very best available but also that we listen to our customers. As a result, we will continue to refine our products and services to meet their needs now and in the future.”

More information: Producer Pack

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