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iZotope RX3 Advanced Review

Review of iZotope’s RX3 Advanced Softare In a world of noise sometimes there is a need to remove unwanted elements that either ruin a perfect recording or shouldn’t have been there in the first place. The clever engineers at isotope have produced RX3 – Audio repair and restoration software. So, what does it actually do? […]

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Realitone – BLUE Vocalist Softare.

It’s not every day you hear something and shout the words ” OH MY LORD” – but the new software from Realitone really had us doing this. For many years now software developers have tried to perfect a singing vocalist. For a while the Vocaloid software from Yamaha was THE thing to have in your […]

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A real Yee-Haaw Banjo!

You know when you have heard every sound on the planet and just want something fun and new. Well Realitone’s Realibanjo is just the breath of fresh air you are looking for.  Designed to work within Kontakt, this fun VST gives you a real banjo sound but with the incredible benefit of animation! Simply play […]

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Say hello to Soundpacks

Soundpacks.co.uk offers Yamaha Tyros and Wersi OAS owners direct access to brand new samples for these superb instruments. The new samples are all created using the latest sampling technology which gives you stunning clarity and depth of sound. Soundpacks brand new voice pack Cinema Organ 1 is currently available for OAS instrument owners but the […]

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Cinematic Strings Review

Every once in a while a new VST appears that gets you excited, and Cinematic Strings is one of those VST’s. For a long time we have looked for an easy to use, out of the box solution for orchestral string sounds. Having used VST’s such as East West and others, although the sounds are […]

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Logic Pro X?

It’s been a while now since Logic 9 was released and not unusual for Apple to take a while between versions, but rumour has it that Apple has let go all of its development team in Europe.  Rumours of apple’s decision to abandon Logic 10 are rife on the web. Apple’s Pro Audio application team […]

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Expanding your sound canvas with VST’s

With more and more incredible VST software instruments on the market, using a computer as a sound source is becoming more and more popular with keyboard musicians. You can buy a top of the range keyboard for around £2500 which will give you a limited sound source, but with computer VST’s such as Nexus and […]

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