Posted on 26/07/2016

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Clean up your audio with surgical EQ

The odd sounds Most recording spaces show certain frequency anomalies in the form of resonances, standing waves, vents, electrical hisses and hums and background noises. Maybe the anomalies were not noticed during reccording, or perhaps it was impossible to remove them on site. But they will probably show up in mixing or post-production. Luckily there are […]

Posted on 24/05/2016

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Sonic Academy ANA Synthesizer

ANA is definitely a well-equppped subtractive synth, capable of producing all standard virtual analog flavours. Plenty of everything, and a large modulation matrix caters for some very complex possibilities. I acquired it mostly because of the randomizing feature, which is very much in line with my current generative music experiments. And ANA does deliver some wildly unpredictable […]

Posted on 10/05/1980

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PPG Wave 2 Synthesizers

A sound innovator Wolfgang Palm is a leading synthesizer hardware designer from Germany, who started out building custom accessories and modular synthesizers under the name “PPG”. The product were originally custom made for  professional users, like the German “Berlin-school” electronic band Tangerine Dream . The wavetable synths But Palms real innovation was probably his work with Wavetables – […]