Oberheim

21 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

There was no one who was quite like Prince. In each of his 57 years on this planet, he lived a truly unique life. Born in Poverty – "We went to McDonald's earlier," he said Rolling Stone 1985. "I did not have any money, so I just stood outside smelling stuff, poverty makes people angry, […]

18 Apr 19
Synthtopia

8dio Productions has introduced an Oberheim OB-X sound library for the Sequential Prophet X/XL.

10 Apr 19
Music Production Blog

Recreation of a legendary Oberheim SEM by Brainworx Audio and Plugin Alliance. The sound itself is reliant on fully-analog, discrete circuits and a classic state-variable 2-pole filter. Some of the key features which have never been done before on this synth is a powerful unison mode, M/S Technology and the signature Brainworx Audio Tolerance Modeling […]

10 Apr 19
The Grey Lantern

Till I Burn Up marks the fifth album in under 9 years for songwriter, guitarist, and producer Steve Marion. Under the guise of Delicate Steve, Marion has released a stream of critically acclaimed, largely lyricless albums since his 2011 debut Wondervisions. “In a time where nothing makes sense, or when everyone is trying to make […]

10 Apr 19
$leazePrie$t

With so many wavetable synths flooding the market in the wake of Xfer Serum, it’s easy to mistake Pigments for yet another clone of that insanely popular softsynth. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Pigments is very much its own synthesizer, cribbing elements from iconic analog …

10 Apr 19
The Hipodrome Of Music

Lhasa is the brainchild of Alain Raes from Siegen, Germany. As a teenager he was inspired by Tubeway Army’s ‘Are Friends Electric’ and Art Of Noise’s ‘Beatbox’. In 1985 he began collecting analog equipment (Prophet-5; Oberheim OB-X; Linn LM-1) as digital synthesizers had started to become more popular. In 1986, New Beat was born in […]

03 Apr 19
IndiePulse Music Magazine

British boutique electronic instruments innovator Analogue Solutions is proud to announce availability of Impulse Command — creatively crafting a true stereo, semi-modular analogue monosynth/sonic realiser, complete with fanciful features like DUAL DYNAMIC ANALOGUE OSCILLATORS; DUAL ANALOGUE FILTERS; stereo digital EFFECTS; 16-step MIDI LOOP SEQUENCER and STEP SEQ (with radical REORDER! function); and more, meaning it […]

01 Apr 19
News By Jessica

The 200 Best Free VST Plugins Ever: via LANDR Blog Free VST Plugins are one of the most exciting things about mixing. In the past it was impossible to imagine that so many quality tools could be available at no cost. Today there are more great free plugins than ever before, but the freeware scene […]

31 Mar 19
No treble allowed!

Most electronic music today is made using a Digital audio interface in a Mac or PC. This is due to many reasons. Some of which I’ll list here: Cost, outboard gear cost money and space. This wasn’t so bad back when there was a lot more money on average for an artist to record an […]

31 Mar 19
archynewsy.com

You never lived until you were at the end of a David Lee Roth zinger's business. "Can you make a drum sound, like in dance music? Everyone has their own version," he asks a few seconds into our phone call. After a while oomph-oomph-oomphs, it cuts me short. "Okay, I can already tell your ethnicity," […]

19 Mar 19
News By Jessica

The X Best Free VST Plugins Ever Made: via LANDR Blog Free VST Plugins are one of the most exciting things about mixing.  In the past it was impossible to imagine that so many quality tools could be available at no cost. Today there are more great free plugins than ever before, but the freeware scene […]

14 Mar 19
Music In The Key Of E

Strange days indeed, but a fairly solid top 20 for this countdown of March 10, 1984, with most of these songs acting as a great representation of 1980s music. 19. Joanna-Kool & The Gang This was Kool & the Gang’s biggest hit after Celebration, peaking at #2 and kept off the top of the mountain […]