Have e-instruments managed to create the most authentic Fender Rhodes to date? The video and sound examples are impressive, add to this the additional features that bring 'vibe' to the 'soul' of this vintage Fender Rhodes and it's likely this is a serious contender for the best Fender Rhodes electric piano around.
Our friends at Pro Tools Expert have an excellent article on running an audio business without wasting money. "8 WAYS TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL AUDIO BUSINESS WITHOUT WASTING MONEY" gives some great tips for those trying to build a business but finding that the costs can often outweigh the profits.
Drawing on their own experience of running studios and production companies they outline ways that savings can be made including working from home, renting equipment and other simple but effective ideas.
Synchro Arts, the people behind the number one vocal alignment tools Revoice Pro and VocALign have launched a brand new website.
The new site features a lot of new content including free demos, video tutorials and pro artist interviews showcasing some of the ways the Synchro Arts software is being used in top music, TV and movie productions
The Percussa Tool Box has been created by composer Richard Gould and is a free Kontakt instrument containing a range of percussion instruments. Elements include; a rain stick, an ocean drum and a thunder tube, and bowed cymbal
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As editor of Pro Tools Expert and weekly contributor to the Pro Tools Expert podcast there's a question I've seen asked again and again, should one chose a desktop or portable hard drive?
Desktop hard drives normally offer faster speed and greater capacity, whereas portable drives offer the flexibility of being able to throw them into a bag for a studio session or a gig. The best of both worlds would be nice.
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Of course with any product that aims to meet a number of needs there is the danger of compromise, being a jack of all trades and rather than a master of one. Have G-Tech fallen into this trap or have they managed to deliver on a mixed set of needs?