Posts Tagged ‘VST’

[Bitwig] The Platform-Independent DAW Is Out NOW

One of the most promising tools of the last view years – the platform independent DAW Bitwig Studio has eventually been released yesterday. It is available for MacOS, Windows and Linux. Bitwig is a Berlin based company, originally founded by former Ableton developers. The relation to Ableton is something that put the expectations of Bitwig […]

[Muzaq] Waves’ Free Giveaway: OneKnob Louder

Waves just announced to give away OneKnob Louder during the Black Friday Weekend Sale… According to their website, OneKnow Louder is Using a combination of peak limiting and low-level compression with automatic makeup, Louder effectively makes tracks louder, increasing RMS by up to 24 dB. To get your free copy of Waves OneKnob Louder, Register […]

[Muzaq] Native Instruments’ November Special Offer

Special November Offer Native Instruments just announced to give a rebate of 50% on their Vintave Compressors (VC 76, VC 2A, and VC 160) and Transient Master plugins. The rebate is available via the Native Instruments Online Shop ONLY. The offer ends November 26th – so seven days to decide!   Demo Versions For you, […]

[Muzaq] Bitwig Studio Beta: VST Crash Handler

Well, it’s been quite some time now, since Bitwig released a Beta version to selected testers. After Ableton showed us new features for their upcoming release of Ableton Live 9, now Bitwig shows us a new video of their latest development progress in handling VST-plugins. Now VST Support looks like having become fully integrated with […]

[Muzaq] Universal Audio Teams Up With Bob Katz

Universal Audio just announced they teamed up with world famous mastering engineer Bob Katz (“Mastering Audio – The Art and the Science“) to release the Precision K-Stereo Ambience Recovery Plug-in for the UAD-Platforms.  K-Stereo allows to enhance the stereo depth and the imaging of mixes. The patented K-Stereo uses “elements of the Haas effect and […]

[Muzaq] Workaround for Audacity Crashing

Abstract At least on a Mac Audacity seems to have issues when it comes to using third party plugins (i.e. AU or VSTs). To pinpoint which type of plugin is responsible for poor Audacity to crash, you can do the following. I. Locate Audacity Config File On a Crapple Mac the audacity.cfg file should be […]

[Muzaq] Win A UAD-2 Quad DSP Card Every Day

UAudio at the Frankfurt Musikmesse 2012 One of the leading suppliers of digital signal processing devices Universal Audio will be at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt  between March 21th and 24th and they will raffle off a UAD-2 Quad DSP Card each and every day. They will also be publicly demoing their latest flagship Apollo. So don’t […]

[Muzaq] Waves V9 Abandons iLok-Dongle Finally

Waves Audio Ltd. just announced the release of version 9 of their Waves plugins. Finally Waves V9 will support 64bit architectures and in contrast to their predecessors Waves V9 will not require the controversial Pace iLok-Dongle anymore. They rather introduce the “Waves License Center“. However, customers used to iLoks can keep using them. It is […]

[Ableton] Emulating 808 Bass Drum with MaxForLive Device

The device is named AnalogKick 1.0 and was done by Peter McCulloch. Description: The author says: “AnalogKick is a bass drum synth based on the design of the TR-808′s bass drum, and is capable of producing sounds quite similar to the original.” In contrast to the original 808 the emulation adds some nice-to-have’s: FM and […]

[Muzaq] Bitwig Prepping To Launch Beta of Bitwig Studio Soon

The Berlin based company Bitwig has eventually presented some details about their upcoming music software BitwigStudio. Bitwig Studio is targeting at professional and semi-professional musicians for producing and using live. Features in Version 1.0 In addition to what people would expect like VST support, there seem to be some groundbreaking new features to be coming […]