Create retro sci‑fi soundtracks with Cubase’s Retrologue 2.
Sound On Sound December 2022
Cubase Workshop: Stranger Things Synths With Retrologue 2
Once the preserve of academic and experimental music, granular synthesis is more accessible than ever and has a lot to offer in all sorts of genres.
Is there a way to specify, to a DAW such as Pro Tools, how a note will glide to another note and over what duration of time?
We engage in some audio archaeology to discover how a pioneer of electronic music created one of her most important works.
The Nu:Tekt NTS-2 is the latest DIY kit from Korg, bundled with a new Patch & Tweak with Korg book from Bjooks.
Update allows users to export work from their browser straight to Ableton Live software.
SOS reader Ashley Pomeroy celebrates the creative power of gates.
David Bessell talks to Rob Puricelli about how he was inspired by Physical Modelling and sought to explore it further using modular synths and software.
DJ, producer and remixer Dave Clarke meets a producer who’s been at the cutting edge of UK techno for more than 25 years.
In a new three‑part series, DJ, producer and remixer Dave Clarke meets key figures from half a century of electronic music.
Alongside the people who make them, Patrick Gleeson has probably done more than anyone else to introduce synthesizers to popular music.
Pads are the glue that holds entire genres of music together. We look at how you can improve yours.
We talk to prolific producer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith about her ambient compositions and love of Buchla synths.
Everything you need to know to get your DAW talking to your modular system via your audio interface.
Any synth can be coaxed into producing vintage-sounding patches...
Join composer and electronic musician Caro C in conversation with Suzanne Ciani, a synthesizer and electronic music legend who has pushed the envelope since the 1960s.
Sequential founding father and synth designer Dave Smith made time at Synthplex 2019 to discuss the current state of play of the wonderful world of synthesis.
Former Chief Engineer at Korg, Tatsuya Takahashi is the man who brought analogue synthesis back into the mainstream.
You don’t have to play synths or ‘real’ instruments to make music: embrace the experimental, and you could use almost anything...
Dieter Doepfer is known as the founding father of Eurorack, the modular format that now dominates all others — but how did it all come about?
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