Check out video for some insights about the new version of traktor.
if you want to know more , check the official webpage of native instruments:
Credit goes to Livemiles.com, hit the link for a couple more colors.
old clip but really nice, if you wondered who are people who work in Ableton company here is short movie about main characters!
You will see what goes on behind the scenes at the Ableton HQ in Berlin, and how the development team works to bring you the final product as you know it.
Harmony Box (also known as JAEZZESiZER) was created by Mike Massberg and Dave Gamble.
Harmony Box is a MIDI instrument that simulates a modal jazz scale – just press a note, and it will play the corresponding chord!
This plugin is available as a VST or Audio Unit for both Mac and PC. Get it here: Harmony Box download page
- Chord modes: Major, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Minor, Locrian.
- Key selector and volume for root, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th and 15th notes.
- Oscillator sync, PWM and shape controls.
- Envelope DSR.
- LFO for sync, PWM and shape.
- Filter resonance control.
RIP – A Remix Manifesto is an open-source documentary which you may have seen already, as it was an instant classic right from the start, and especialy since the makers of the film put it online, up for grabs, for you and yours to enjoy, that’s how we like it:
Native Instruments have released a teaser video for a new soft synth, Razor.
If the 100-second teaser video (below) is anything to go by, NI are taking aim at the burgeoning dubstep production market. All of the decidedly wobbly sounds in the trailer were created using Razor, which is said to include “cutting edge” FX and “unique” filters
“Razor is a synthesizer i developed in collaboration with Native Instruments. It’s programmed in Reaktor, a modular software synthesizer. You don’t need to own Reaktor in order to use it. Razor can be loaded in the free Reaktor Player software.” – razor.errorsmith.de
Composer/DJ King Britt received a Pew Fellowship in the Arts award in 2007. Pew Fellowships in the Arts awards grants of $60,000 to Philadelphia-area artists working in a wide variety of performing, visual, and literary disciplines. For more information on the Fellowship program, go to http://www.pcah.us/fellowships.