Since the early 70s, Eventide has been known as a leader of studio rack gear effects and the highest quality stomp boxes. Although professional producers and guitarists know their name, many electronic dance & hiphop heads aren't familiar with them. They just released Anthology X, a span of 40 years of technology (they created the first ever digital delay) in native AAX, AU, & VST format plug-ins. In this video we created a down-tempo track and only used Eventide plug-ins. If you want to try out Anthology X, they have a fully-functional 30 day demo (it doesn't time out or introduce unwanted noise).
Do we really need another virtual piano? Yes, we do. This is the first piano we've seen where you can manipulated ambient noise such as that of the pianist sitting and shuffling around at the instrument. It's dark and moody, and perfect for scoring or creating haunting tracks. Check out Matt Cellitti as he takes us through the features.
Heavyocity, the sound design company that brought you DAMAGE (included in Native Instruments Komplete) has just released a free sample pack. It features over 2GB of sounds from their virtual instruments DM-307 & AEON Collection.
DM-307 contains modular synth drums, live percussion, and cinematic hits. The AEON Collection features melodic synth instruments, arpeggiated instruments, cutting edge loops, and more.
Just click here to sign up and you'll receive instructions on how to download this free 2GB loop pack.
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