Moog Product Development Specialist, Amos Gaynes, introduces Minitaur Revolution 2.
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Using various versions of Snd and the Common Lisp Music Software, Leif Inge was able to stretch Ludwig van Beethoven’s 9th symphony to 24 hours without pitch distortion. The effect is amazing – a flowing ambient soundscape that retains the intense power and emotion of Beethoven’s original symphony.
I recently got a chance to jam with a Korg MS2000B. Released in 2003, the Korg MS2000B is “a new version of the original Korg MS-2000 synthesizer with an updated sound set, black metallic color scheme and dedicated vocoder mic.”1. The original Korg MS-2000 uses virtual analog subtractive synthesis, has 2 ADSR attenuators, 1 resonant [...]
I was just browsing through my browser bookmarks and came across SoundSnap.com. Since originally bookmarking the site, the service has gone commercial “in order to pay back our users.”1 However, as a normal member you can still get 5 royalty-free sound effects and loops per month that you can use without attribution. To download more [...]
According to Wikipedia, Benjamin “Ben” Burtt, Jr. (born July 12, 1948) is a “…four-time Academy Award-winning American sound designer for many famous and noteworthy films, including Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and WALL-E, as well as a film director, screenwriter, editor and voice actor. He is most notable for creating many of the iconic sound effects [...]