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  1. Synth-drift maestro Oneohtrix Point Never will release a brand new studio album on November 5. Entitled Replica, it’s the follow-up to 2010′s Returnal, and will be released on Software, the Mexican Summer sub-label curated by Oneohtrix, real name Dan Lopatin, and Joel Ford. A press release describes the album, which was recorded in Mexican Summer’s studio, as “an electronic song cycle based around lo-fi audio procured from television advertisement compilations”. The cover art is pictured above. Tracklist: 1. Andro 2. Sleep Dealer 3. Power of Persuasion 4. Remember 5. Replica 6. Nas
  2. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/394188952/2020-the-semi-modular-beat-machine And some heavily edited video: Basically I'm very interested in this, but not sure it's worth the investment for what I might get out of it. Seen a few reviews popping up in the weeks since I first saw it, but none of them really have any more information on actual real time usage or live demos; all we're shown is the video above and some links to performances where it's assumed a version of the software was used. I'm quite sure this guy isn't blowing smoke, but I'm also not sure how useful/good this
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    Drukqs Gear and Samples

    What drum samples or drum machines were used? How much of it was ITB? What software was used?
  4. ...This is quickly encroaching on my favorite of Fall 2013 list. There are a good bunch for it to contend with, but as an Album, with a capital A, this seems through-composed, conceptual, bold, new, just right. Of course, I'm just going off of the track I've heard, the album artwork, and the album title. This type of release is my favorite thing. http://www.softwarelabel.net/release/colonial-patterns
  5. Figured we could use a computer thread, since I couldn't find an already existing one. What operating systems do you guys use? I use Windows 7 myself, but I'm planning on switching to a linux distro when I get my SSD. I ordered myself the Samsung 850 EVO 250gb SSD from Amazon the other day for £68. I was considering going for a cheaper one of a different brand, but I've heard the Samsung SSDs are pretty reliable, and it comes with a pretty satisfying 5 year warranty. I spent an extra fiver to get it directly from Amazon too, since their returns and customer service (while not amazing) can at l
  6. http://www.factmag.com/2015/08/11/co-la-no-no-software/ [youtubehd]mNpw1rt48BE[/youtubehd] Tracklist: 01. Squeeze 02. Shrink 03. Gush 04. No No 05. Noon (Blue) 06. Suffering (Tuesday) 07. Barricade 08. Crank 09. Tragedy 10. Fear 11. I Comb My Hair (Bonus Track) Out October 9th. Super pumped!
  7. For playing live, there are a billion things you can do, but in the software realm it always feels like: a) Ableton-ish: You create one big project with everything in it. Your rendered tracks, your loops, your live-playable instruments, your effects, and whatever else are pre-prepared so you can go at it. b) DJ-ish: You can load from a library rendered tracks and loops and use effects to mix and perform them. The Ableton style allows you a lot of customization in the prep, but feels clunky when you want to add stuff and tweak it on the fly. The DJ style allows for a lot of flex
  8. Hey ya'll I'm relatively new to the forum and wanted to get a thread started about Reason patches. Naturally, I'm most interested in getting analog sounds outta software (a fool's errand?). I've found that accumulating decent drum machine samples and 303 patches isn't terribly difficult. However, I can't seem to find decent leads and pads. I've made a bunch on my own (pitch drifter), but I'm always interested in collecting and using more. I'm particularly interested in the Tuss / Analord palette.
  9. Okay here we go: Akira Rabelais has released several albums in the time of glitch and microsound and developed a great freeware software with a truly enigmatic interface. You can get it here: http://akirarabelais...e/software.html Scanner and Terre Thaemlitz also used it a lot in their own music. It's hard to describe what you can do with the App but it can create a very uncommon bunch of sound with some simple rules. Has somebody also worked with the Argeïphontes Lyre software and can tell me what I can use for parameters to get good results? I have used the software a lot
  10. http://www.softwarel.../world-complete Very Jon Hassell-esque indeed.
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