Yes, there is a new update and I hear you say.. should I do it or better wait? – OK, I have just done it and to my surprise everything still seems working. – There is no visible change to Logic Pro but supposedly it works better on a Retina display, if you own a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Let me tell you the story… – Yes, I am a friend of paying for software and surely any company can do whatever they deem necessary to protect their work. – I have been using Nexus for many years now and also invested into some expansions which though they sound “generic” make music creation a […]Continue Reading... 10 Comments.
I experienced the issue that suddenly my keyboard was not recognised anymore in Logic or Ableton… As I am using a pretty old keyboard and a M-AUDIO USB converter I thought a driver issue and was looking for a 10.11 driver… bad luck.. nothing available. The website from M-Audio though stated that you should open […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
After several years in the workshop finally, yes, it took quite some time to get moving and cross into new lands… Tim released his first single via distorkid. Supposedly there is AWAL which might be even better but lets see… Just click the button below. Its also available on Deezer and Spotify as well as […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
On the 21st of January 2015 finally Apple updated it’s Logic Pro X family again. It is the first update to Logic since May 2014. Some 10 new drummers with a focus on dance, electronic and hip hop are part of the package. Also AirDrop and MailDrop are now inculded to make sharing your projects […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Since all main software companies are moving towards 64bit it has been quite a pain for us users to get our beloved “old” VST and Audio Units up and running on a 64bit DAW application. It will simply not work whatever you try to do, the DAW ignores your 32bit VST completely. Why is this […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Nexus2 is not a software synthesizer as such but a so called rompler; hence, the tweaking and manipulation of sounds is possible but the creation of completely new sounds from scratch is not possible at all. Tools like Zebra, Alchemy, Sylenth1, etc offer the generation of sounds right of the box but with Nexus2 its not […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
In this short post we will review how to assign controls of your DAW (here Logic Pro X) to the hardware controller Ableton Push. In general the process described works for any controller and is not limited to Ableton Push. A key difference between most controllers and the Ableton Push device is the fact that […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Ableton Push is pretty much “useless” as a controller for any DAW other than Ableton Live. Any touch of a button or even the metal casing will trigger a MIDI signal to be send to your DAW and therefore trigger a tone or an event. A clever guy at a company called nativeKontrol wrote a software (PXT General) […]Continue Reading... 11 Comments.
Sorry the music videos have been deleted. You can download though our music now from the iTunes store: iTunes – Music linkContinue Reading... No Comments.