For countless music producers, audio engineers and musicians around the world Cubase 7 is an essential tool of their daily work. Now you can get a free and fully functional 30-day trial version of the latest incarnation of Cubase. You can also get the Cubase 7 Trial as a DVD from your local Steinberg dealer.
Future Copyright proposes a very easy, very useful and also very clever web-based system for you to take control of your copyright from creation to license. And the best thing is that it’s free. Future Copyright is used by musicians, designers, actors, film makers, inventors, writers, journalists, teachers, cartoonists, biographers, programmers, architects etc – to copyright and protect their creative works.
Blue Cat Audio has released Blue Cat’s Freeware Pack II, a complete redesign of its free audio plug-ins for Mac and PC. This release brings new plug-ins to the bundle (dual channel EQ, stereo phaser), as well as completely redesigned versions of the existing plug-ins: new user interfaces, a new presets management system, new MIDI and automation mapping capabilities, many new presets, Windows AAX support, and much more (details below).
Steinberg has announced that Cubase 6.5 and Cubase Elements 6 are now available as free trial versions. The trials come with the same range of functionality as the full versions, including all instruments, effects and sounds and also may be used without limitations for 30 days.
Producer/engineer Yoad Nevo (Bryan Adams, Moby, Sugababes, Pet Shop Boys) continues his popular webinar series as he shows you how to go about mastering a session using a variety of Waves plugins. At the end, he’’ll take your questions.
FOH Engineer Dave Morgan (James Taylor, Paul Simon, Stevie Nicks, Steely Dan) has covered Waves plugins extensively in his series of articles for FOH Online, and is now bringing that knowledge to life in this informative webinar about using Waves plugins Live. The webinar will conclude with viewer Q&A.
Producer/engineer Peter Denenberg (Spin Doctors, Deep Purple, Martin Sexton, Joan Osbourne) shares some of his more unconventional approaches to mixing, using alternate applications, tricks and techniques for signal processing with Waves plugins. To close, Peter will answer viewer questions.
Vegas Pro, Acid Pro, and Acid Music Studio all feature a robust Mixing Console window that gives you complete control of the audio mix in your projects. Whether you’re working on the next breakout indie film, mixing a multitrack recording of a hot new band, or simply getting an everyday project out the door for a client, the mixing console gives you the tools you need to get the audio mix down right.
If you are a registered Rob Papen user, you can now get for free the new RP-Distort. The new effect plug-in from Rob Papen is somehow more than just a simple distortion unit because it combines an analog modeled filter with a compressor and a widener unit, creating a whole new very useful and very inspiring fx cocktail unit. Each of its components can be re-ordered and switched on or off. If you want just an analog modeled filter, you got it. And if you want to widen a mediocre mono track, RP-Distort’s unique widener unit will do the trick.
FabFilter has announced the update of Pro-G Gate / Expander Plug-In to version 1.0.1. It is a free update for Pro-G users. It has been adding the requested “ducking” style and small improvements and also various bugs were fixed.
Lag Guitars is giving for free Lag T66D Tramontane Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar every week from October this year in a promotional campaign called Guitar-a-Week Giveaway. Promotion and registration for the free giveaway will take place online at the Lag USA Website ( http://usa.lagguitars.com/promotions ). The giveaway will also be shared via Lag’s Social Network Sites which you can find also on usa.lagguitars.com. Lag Guitars October Guitar-a-Week Giveaway Promotion is available only to U.S. residents.
TC Electronic Presents the Sound of Far Out in the Guise of Three New TonePrints by Troy Van Leeuwen of Queens of the Stone Age
The line of amazing guitarists tweaking the inner parameters of TC Electronic’s TonePrint guitar pedal range to create their own personal and downloadable sounds is growing at a rocking rate. Recently Troy Van Leeuwen set out to create three fluttering and warbly TonePrints for Flashback Delay and Hall of Fame Reverb. Troy has previously stated, “TC Electronic always seems to be a part of this ever-changing experiment that is my sound” – this is now truer than ever.