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    Sylenth Neo 80s Synths FXB

    AUDIOSTRiKE | 16/02/2015 | 6 MB

    Sylenth: Neo 80’s Synths is a collection of synth presets .  A nostalgic collection of lush polyphonic keys, warm fuzzy pads, thick analogue style leads, dense bass instruments, synth drums and swirling effects patches, perfect for any music requiring those lush 80’s tones.  A truly special collection of presets for this monstrous synth, taking Sylenth to new levels and encapsulating the very essence of what has made this plugin so popular.  Organised, labelled and wrapped into an fxb soundbank, the 120 presets are 100% royalty free and ready to start producing music with. Requires a full version of Sylenth 2.21.

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  • Whats New In Live 9 TUTORiAL
    February 16th, 2015 ⚡MaGeSY®


    Whats New In Live 9 TUTORiAL

    P2P | 16.02.2015 | MP4 | 1290 x 720 | 194.29 MB

    This course starts off with a detailed look at the browser and it’s new, easier to use, well organized format. Then you get a tutorial on the Harmony To Midi function and see it in action… It’s pretty cool! Learn the melody and drum Convert To Audio functions. Witness all the new MIDI Editing and Automation features. Yes, and now Live’s got beautiful automation curves.

    Viewed 3252 By Music Producers & DJ´s.

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    Logic Pro X 10.1 New Features Explored TUTORiAL

    P2P | 16.02.2015 | MP4 | 1278 x 720 | 55.35 MB

    This 10.1 release covers a lot of new ground both functionally and creatively.This 12-tutorial FREE first look, by Logic expert, gives you a high-level intro to some of the coolest new stuff. From new Drummers and content to powerful, pro automation tools and Piano Roll editing tools, you see them all.

    Viewed 1777 By Music Producers & DJ´s.

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    SwitchCraft Samples AKAi Sounds WAV

    P2P | 16.02.2015 | 284.17 MB

    Akai MPCs (originally MIDI Production Center, now Music Production Controller) are a popular series of electronic musical instruments originally designed by Roger Linn and produced by the Japanese company Akai from 1988 onward. Intended to function as a powerful kind of drum machine, the MPCs drew on design ideas from machines such as the Sequential Circuits Inc. Studio 440 and the Linn’s own Linn 9000, combining a powerful MIDI sequencer with the ability to sample one’s own sounds. A major influence to Roger Linn’s design was his love of rubber pads and how they could be pushed, prodded, and banged; this can be seen clearly in his designs especially from the MPC-60 onwards. Linn also had a passion for squares: thus, no round pads on the MPC Series. Later models feature increasingly powerful sampling, storage, interfacing and sound manipulation facilities, which broaden the use of instrument beyond just drum and rhythm tracks. There are never enough samples in a producer´s library,

    Viewed 2179 By Music Producers & DJ´s.

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