Aliasing in amp simulation is super annoying. Here’s how aliasing sounds like in Ableton Live using the native Softube Amp device.
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Comparing the RE and AU versions of Synapse The Legend in both Live and Reason. Which one is better?
Since yesterday the music world has changed forever. Propellerhead and Ableton announced that both companies are now grooving in sync using Link.
In Ableton Live you can overdrive the audio so it will generate ODD and/or EVEN overtones/harmonics. Here’s how.
Over the years I have worked with most DAWs like Cubase, Nuendo, Sonar, Pro Tools, Live and Reason. I found out the hard way what I don’t like and what I LOVE.
A year ago I made the documentary Oostende Healing about Marvin Gaye’s Midnight Love album which he recorded in Belgium (close to where I live, the Netherlands). What makes the album so special is that he used a Roland TR-808 throughout the whole album for the first time. The Roland TR-808 is now considered a classic but at the time Roland […]
For today’s experiment I am comparing two of my favourite devices: the Pulveriser and the Revival Rack Extension.
I feel honoured that the San Jose Museum of Art uses my piece of music in a video-interview with Marc Weidenbaum about the Sonic Frame.
This week the assignment for Disquiet Junto was to create a new piece of music by using nothing but the segments of 3 songs. Here’s what I came up with.
Yesterday Propellerhead Software has announced version 8 of Reason. Does it fulfil our wishes? Nothing left to be desired?
Any DAW should have a tuner. Period. Unfortunately Ableton Live 9 doesn’t have one…
You know about live looping right? Using a device, a loopstation or a laptop so you can overdub yourself playing. I have briefly experimented with this myself in the past using my guitar and Ableton Live on a MacBook Pro.