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Music Software Review: SIGNAL by Output

Since releasing REV last year, Output have become a well known name in the sample library realm. REV took a popular effect (reversing) and turned it on its head by building a fully fledged sample library based on that idea. Having created a name for themselves by not making “standard” sample

Music Software Review: Oracle by Strezov Sampling [VIDEO]

In collaboration with Strezov Sampling, US based composer Casey Edwards has developed his take on the modern hybrid and sound design sample library, Oracle. This is the second of Casey‘s offerings through Strezov Sampling after the popular Aleatoric Modular Series Brass (or technically the fourth, if you consider AMS to be three libraries instead of one). Here’s the official

Music Software Review: Iris 2 by iZotope

This is my synthesiser. There are many like it, but this one is mine. Although modified from the 1st verse of the “Rifleman’s Creed”, this could also be true for software synthesisers nowadays. Since the early days of virtual synthesisers like Steinberg’s ‘Model E’, emagic’s ‘ES1’, or Native Instrument’s ‘Pro-52’ back

Music Software Review: V Collection 4 by Arturia

Arturia: V Collection 4 – A great package of legendary synths and kits When you talk about the real classic synths, organs and keyboards, and the musical history that we have with analog sound synthesis, you can’t avoid mentioning all the Moogs, Roland’s JP-8, Yamaha’s CS-80, the Prophet, and other such synthesizer

Music Software Review: Air EQ Premium by Eiosis

I know what you’re probably thinking – do we really need another EQ? Aren’t we getting to the point where we are just repeating ourselves? What more can software developers do? Enter Air EQ Premium by Eiosis, bringing some innovation to the table along with unique features and incredible flexibility.

Music Software Review: Misfit Collection by 8dio

Misfit – A new area in sound design?   8dio has recently released 14 libraries under the Misfit Collection banner. Inspired by TV shows like Dexter and Breaking Bad, and video games like Left4Dead, these libraries follow in the tradition of their unique soundtracks and soundscapes. All the instruments were played by non-professionals who had no idea

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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