Product Update - November 23
New products, software updates, and more. . .
Camel Audio has a new add-on sound bank called Biomechaniks (Mac/Win; $24.95), programmed by sound-designer Kolin Biomechanoid. The bank's 128 sounds cover textures, effects, basses, pads, and atmospherics.
CutterMusic has released Revitar 2.0 (Win; $69), a VST guitar synthesizer that gives you control over string type, fret height, sympathetic resonance, vibrato, pickup position, as well as the shape, width, and position of the guitar pick.
EastWest and Zero G are offering the Virtual Instruments Collection (Mac/Win; Free). The disc comes with 650 MB of content, pulled from several best selling products, along with copies of Native Instruments Intakt and Kompakt samplers.
FL Studio 5 has been announced by Image-Line Software. The new version includes time stretching and pitch shifting capabilities, multi-point envelope automation in playlists, the ability to read REX files, and a Velocity-sensitive drum machine. Click here to read EM's FruityLoops master class.
H2O Audio ($149.95) has announced the SV-iMini, at fully waterproof and submersible housing and headset for Apple's iPod mini.
MixMeister Technology has introduced MixMeister Studio (Win; $169.95), which lets users manipulate the tempo and key of a song, add effects, and use loops. Click here to download a free trial copy.
Primera has announced the BravoPro Disc Publisher (Mac/Win), an automated CD/DVD duplicator and printer that burns and prints up to 100 discs per job using two 52x Plextor drives. Read a review of the original Bravo Disc Publisher here.
Sonoma Wire Works has announced RiffWorks (Win), a recording app for guitar players, and Sonoma 7 VST (Win; $149), which includes seven VST effects plug-ins. MORE.
Ultimate Sound Bank has released X-treme FX (Mac/Win; $399), a sample-based, virtual-instrument plug-in, with an 8 GB sound library, that is dedicated to sound effects, foley, and atmospheric sounds. MORE.
Check out what's new for 2005 with EM's AES 2004 Show Report by Mike Levine.