Bitwig has released Bitwig Studio 3.2. The latest version of the DAW comes with several new effects and sound shaping tools. New creative features for composition and production have also been added, along with workflow improvements and a handful of new Grid modules. For more info click the link to go to the bitwig website https://www.bitwig.com/en/20/bitwig-studio-3_2.html
This morning Behringer posted a status on there facebook page about there new Dj and production Behringer FB Tribe page. Under the post they also post a picture of what looks to be a new product. That product (pictured above) looks like a type of Akai MPC with 16 pads, a touch screen, q-link knobs and smart strip. The product looks to be named Behringer Jam. We have no info if this is real or another Behringer trolling but this product does look good and can be a great competitor for the Akai MPC and Native Instruments Maschine. Keep eye on Behringer for any more news on this product.
Behringer is up to its synth cloning tricks again: this time it’s rebooting the Korg Mono/Poly. Available for just three years, from 1981 to 1984, the original has still managed to work its way into synth folklore, being a personal favourite of the likes of Vince Clarke and noughties synth-poppers MGMT. For more info click here to see the full music radar article.
While we are in lockdown you can go and download Voltage Modular Nucleus for free.
Voltage Modular Nucleus is a complete modular synth package that features 22 modules and more than 130 presets. As of now - and for the foreseeable future - anyone can download it for free for Mac and Windows.
Stay home, stay safe, make some music, and learn to master modular synthesis.
Find out more and register for your free copy of Voltage Modular Nucleus on the Cherry Audio website.