“Marco Raaphorst, known to the Reason community as Raapie, is a long-standing creator of patches for our virtual studio. He also contributed to the factory Refill for v3.0. His latest work includes a modest but intricately programmed Combinator patch collection, together with a set of all-new patches for the Subtractor and Malström devices that are […]
Archive | September, 2013
One thing I had in mind was doing an interview with the person who came up with the idea for this device: Mats Karlöf. Well, that a bit longer than I expected. But I gladly present that interview to you today. You will learn about the philosophy behind the Pulveriser device and the kind of […]
This cassette-tape field recording was made during the 76th annual AES (Audio Engineering Society) Convention, which took place in New York in October of 1984. The first segment captures a short dialogue concerning the capabilities of a curious device called the Monster, which is described as a “Mono Stereo Coherency Evaluator”. The second and third […]
Hidden Champions is a documentary series on Dutch innovation in 12 episodes. Part 1 is online. Marco Raaphorst / Melodiefabriek did the post-production & music.
Ray Dolby, the inventor of the Dolby noise reduction systems, deceased on September 12, 2013 at the age of 80 from the effects of Alzheimer’s and leukaemia.
Four Tet blends electric, acoustic instruments and electronic instruments together so well that it makes you wonder what is what. Stuff that sounds like a performance might not be played live at all. And vice versa.
There is a serious flaw in Reason 7 which needs to be fixed AS SOON AS POSSIBLE in my opinion because it’s super annoying and makes Reason less usable as a tool for editing audio, remixing etc. The solution is rather simple, so I do hope the Props will address this issue as soon as […]
Yesterday I made a track which is kinda classical. Orkestral percussion. Very dark. Actually I made two tracks yesterday. As usual I was experimenting and suddenly I found myself fooling around with a small line of text which I’d captured from a previous recording. For both tracks I used two different Rack Extensions of the […]