With the release of PatchWork 2.5, and in the latest previews of Axiom, MB-7 Mixer and Late Replies, a new multicore processing feature has been introduced to get the best real time performance out of modern CPUs.
Let’s see what’s hidden behind this new feature, how it works and why you care about it for your audio effects and instruments!
The Miaow Wah is a plug-in available in AXIOM, Patchwork, Late Replies & MB7 mixer. This is probably one of the most versatile and complete Wah plug-in on the market thanks to the additional editor which gives you endless filter possibilities and let’s you customize the Wah or auto-filter effect to your needs.
The Miaow Wah comes with tons of presets built after classic Wah pedals, but also brings some unique original FX. Continue reading →
Flanger and Phaser are both modulation effects that create deep filters sweeping around the spectrum over time. But they are produced by different means, and they do not sound the same. So what’s the difference between both phasing and flanging?
Dynamics processing is one of the most important techniques in the audio engineer’s bag of tricks. Compressors, limiters, expanders and gates are examples of these tools and they come in a wide variety of types and functions both as hardware and plugins. Let’s take a look at how these techniques can be useful to your music-making, whether you are a player or a producer.
Have you ever wondered how you could create your own audio or MIDI plug-ins, without headaches, deep knowledge of C, C++, compilers and linker errors?
Ilya Orlov (also known as “Letimix”), developer and creator of fantastic tools for Plug’n Script, explains you everything you need to know to get started with Plug’n Script and create your own plug-in easily.
Within 20 minutes, with these two video tutorials, you should be able to write your first dsp scripts and export a plug-in of your own, check them out! Continue reading →
All audio professionals and musicians know it: listening to music on headphones sounds unnatural and causes ear fatigue, whereas the same experience with speakers or when listening to instruments directly in a room does not have the same problems.
Why? And how can this be fixed? That’s the questions we propose to answer in this article. Continue reading →