Pro Audio News October-November 2014
New Ableton Max For Live Devices
Continuing in their efforts for world domination, Ableton have officially released three new Max For Live devices; Grip & Spectrum Effects by Amazing Noises, RokVid by Adam Rokhsar, and AutoBeat by K-Devices.
These new devices are a welcome addition for many who purchased Max For Live, which has been criticized for its steep learning curve and lack of free, high quality devices. Check out the full video here.
PIB VST plugin discounts ahoy!
Plugin Boutique currently have a whopping 40% discount off Rob Papens amazing “Blue” synthesizer. If you’re not familiar with Blue, it is a unique and deep hybrid synthesizer which features a plethora of synthesis types and modulation possibilities.
Other discounts include 70% off iZotope Nectar Elements, 25% off Voxengo Gliss EQ, 50% discount on Waves REDD, and other discounts on selected audio plugins. These discounts are for a limited period, so hop over and check them out, here.
Juno sounds off about Studio Monitors
Juno Records has gone from strength to strength, now offering music downloads, a comprehensive hardware and software store for DJs and Producers, and now, increasingly brilliant editorial content. Check out Junos take on the 10 best professional music recording studio monitors available today. Most of these come in under the 1000 dollar mark. The new Yamaha HS7 is a most welcome addition to this class of monitors. Check out the full list here: