“Opus 10 – Vintage” media music CD out now!

You can download it for free from the Media Music Player.

There are 10 new tracks on this CD, each with several underscore versions so you can edit them more easily. The main theme is vintage, so what can you expect? A lot of Fender Rhodes (see pic below), real analog synths, fat, funky basslines and guitars, punchy drums, uptempo tracks and a couple of downtempo funk-ballads. All the songs have underscore versions.

Hardware integration in Logic Pro (or any other DAW)

If you’ve taken a look around on this site, you’ve probably seen that I still have (and use) quite a bit of hardware (synth’s, samplers and FX gear). Software is great for ease of use, but it’s not always the best sounding option when compared to hardware. My DAW software, Logic Pro 9, is great in what it does, but is poor when it comes to hardware integration. There used to be the Emagic SoundDriver hardware editor software, but this was dropped when Apple bought Emagic in 2003. Woudn’t it be great if there would be a synergy between these two products? Imagine that you could load your specific editor of your synth in a Audio Instrument channel slot and edit it as if it were a software instrument?

Please your opinions and/or comments!!

New studio: construction

Finally, after months of hard work rebuilding the loft in our new house into a studio, it’s ready to rock! Here’s a photo report:

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