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Notes from NAMM 2016

A few short weeks ago, Anaheim once again hosted the 2016 edition of the NAMM show. As always, there were many new and exciting innovations being exhibited, and many old favourites returned to give musicians even more reasons to love them. Our friend and colleague Gregory Paxton was there this year, and he brings back

Music Software Review: Shevannai Voices of the Elves

More than just a vocal instrument, Eduardo Tarilonte’s Shevannai utilizes three complete libraries for a full range of Elven-inspired sung, spoken, whispered, and chanted phrases. The Voice, Phrases, and Soundscapes work in tandem with the talents of its unique female vocalist, combining hundreds of options for fantasy-genre compositions and soundtracks.

Music Software Review: Mural Vol 2 by Spitfire Audio

Mural Volume 2 is the latest edition of Spitfire Audio’s richly expressive symphonic strings from their ongoing orchestral BML series. For those not familiar with the British Modular Library approach, Mural Volume 2 not only provides a second chapter of brand new symphonic string articulations to complement the first volume, it integrates both

Film and Game Composers

www.FilmandGameComposers.com offers a wide range of interviews, reviews, guides and tutorials for composers and musicians who are interested in writing music for film, TV and video games.

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