30 Results for "chords"
19 Sep in SynthsTHE_INSTRUMENT reports to herald in a new era of music making with a revolutionary workflow and impossibly awesome sounds. Can it live up to the hype?
29 Jun in StudioReason Studios has released the new Chord Sequencer player device. Use an easy, color-coded system to discover new chords and progressions!
10 May in SynthsWith shades of Korg Volcas and Behringer Minisynths Roland's AIRA Compact series introduces the T-8 Beat Machine, J-6 Chord Synthesizer and E-4 Voice Tweaker.
30 Aug 2021 in StudioEver wondered what key a song is in? Antares Auto-Key Mobile is a free app that finds the root and scale of any track in seconds.
20 Jul 2021 in GuitarEach can of SingleCut Beersmiths Notes IPA teaches you a guitar chord, with diagrams and interactive Snapchat filter, and comes with a free plectrum!
14 Jul 2021 in SynthsHow many? An 8-voice polyphonic synthesizer featuring 56 oscillators, chord memory, detuning, filter and reverb in a single compact 12HP module.
21 May 2021 in StudioAudiomodern Chordjam is a new plug-in that automatically generates chords, progressions and sequences for your tracks. Let Chordjam break your writer's block!
04 Jan 2021 in GuitarFor a limited time, you can download the Fender Tune smartphone app and get the Player Pack upgrade for free. Don't miss out on this great offer!
30 Jul 2020 in StudioThe TheoryBoard returns in a slightly different form called Thy333 and hits Kickstarter as a colourful MIDI controller, composition tool, chord generator and music instrument.
22 May 2020 in StudioA new version of the Captain Plugins brings more Captain Chord Progressions, Captain Beat beat-making, Captain Melody tune generation, Captain Deep basslines and Captain Play keyboard integration.
26 Nov 2019 in StudioAudiare has released Zenith, a very flexible MIDI plug-in. Zenith serves up sequences, arpeggios and chords and comes with presets for your favourite hardware and software synths.
26 Oct 2019 in GuitarThe OPFXS Dig Deep is an octave pedal which can seemingly deal with just about any signal you can throw at it, and still produce clear bass notes to thicken your sound.