Hauptwerk 4.2.1.003 Mac Basic and Advanced Edition HCRK
Hauptwerk includes a 30 stop English symphonic organ recorded from St. Anne's, Moseley in Birmingham, England. This instrument contains several advanced features to demonstrate the power of Hauptwerk, including expression, tremulants, crescendo, bass and melody couplers as well as a fully working combination system identical to the original organ. Multiple console display pages offer various stop jamb layouts and access to even more controls including a crescendo pedal and tutti piston programmer board.
Description: This is Hauptwerk 4.2.1.003 for Mac OS X without evaluation timed chime when used in Basic and Advanced Edition.
- Download latest version as of 10/2015 from http://downloadhauptwerk.com.
- Unrar, open the .dmg image file and drag and drop folder to Applications, overwriting previous installation.
- Optional step: If you already installed Hauptwerk and used any organs in Basic or Advanced Edition (with chimes), erase /Hauptwerk/HauptwerkInternalWorkingFiles/Config0-OrganCaches (1,2,3).
Serial Box 10.2015 MacOSX
Database project serial numbers iSerial as of October 2015. It contains information on how to activate (serial number, information about other methods of activation) as the software platform for PowerPC, and Intel. The base is quite heavy and is updated regularly, so you surely will find in it what they are looking for!
The installation procedure:
1 - Mount iSerial Reader 2.0.17, rewritten iSerial Reader folder to any convenient location.
Start iSerial Reader and install base Serial Box 10-2015.sb2 (go to the program settings in the menu, select the tab Serial Box
2 - Install Now, get the rope to the base of serial numbers)
BassLine Analog Modeling Synthesizer 5.0.1 for iOS
Turn your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into a bass synth and start rolling your own grooves with the unique sound of the legendary TB-303, the trademark of Acid House that influenced many different styles of electronic music!
BassLine is a virtual analogue bass synthesizer with built-in step sequencer and on-board effects. Its unique low-pass filter allows to produce the well known high-resonance filter sweeps, that are typical for vintage synths like the legendary TB-303.
• Monophonic synthesis engine including a never self-oscillating, cascaded low-pass filter
• Four oscillator waveforms (sawtooth, square, pulse, and saw/triangle)
• Low frequency oscillator (LFO) for cutoff modulation
• Overdrive with tube-like distortion characteristic
• Tape echo effect with tempo-synchronous delay times
• Individual pattern lengths & downbeat-aligned switches
• Gated sequencer mode with real-time pattern transposition
• Pattern randomizer
• Audiobus support, including state saving
• Inter-App Audio (Generator mode)
• WAVE file sharing via "Open In...", Pasteboard, and iTunes File Sharing
• Background Audio with battery-saving Auto Standby
• MIDI Clock sync/generate
• MIDI Note in/out
• MIDI CC input
• Comprehensive MIDI routing capabilities
- Virtual MIDI
- USB MIDI
- Network MIDI
- MIDI over Bluetooth LE (iOS 8+)
• Including twenty Acid basslines by DJ/producer Myagi (www.popandlockrecords.com)
• Project file access through iTunes
• Universal support for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch
- Fixed audio session interruption issue
- Removed WIST support (*)
- Audiobus SDK 2.1.5
(*) The current WIST SDK (v1.0.0) does not work on iOS 8
Music Tech Focus Issue 40. Ableton Live 9 2015/16
MusicTech Focus: Ableton Live 9 2015/16 is packed with workshops and features especially for you, whatever your experience with Live. If you are coming to the software from another DAW – as I did recently – we have just the feature on p6 where we look at some of the key differences and the parts of Live that might confuse you on first inspection.
But if you are a more seasoned user, there’s plenty in this special issue too, including the final parts of Live expert Martin Delaney’s mammoth Ultimate Guide To Ableton Live where he looks at everything from adding effects right through to the mixing and mastering processes.
Adding to what is officially the most amount of workshops we’ve had in one issue, there are also specific gear, software and accessory reviews – so you can add to your Live set-ups – plus features to help take your music making to the next level as we look at what it takes to run a pro studio and how to collaborate with like-minded musicians across the globe.
So 40-odd pages of Live workshops will have you powering to music making, and there’s plenty more to help you progress once your productions are done.