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Music Software Review: Spitfire Mural (Vol 1)

I actually had to look up the word “Mural” in a dictionary to be certain I understood what it meant. The dictionary in OSX Mavericks explained it as “a painting or other work of art executed directly on a wall”. It’s a good description of Mural, Spitfire Audios symphonic strings

Music Software Review: Realivox Blue

Last month I had the pleasure of reviewing some excellent products from Realitone. They produced some great acoustic, banjo and whistling products that really aided my workflow and made life quite easy! Today I’m taking a look at the company’s new flagship product, Realivox Blue. Realivox Blue is a vocal based sample library providing

Music Software Review: Acoustic Lite by Realitone

This week I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing some great pieces of software from Realitone (www.realitone.com). A great sample library company that specialize in Vocal based products. Realivox – The Ladies, and Realivox – Blue (out very soon), are two amazing vocal based products, but in this review I’m focusing

Music Software Review: Steinberg "Dark Planet"

As you probably know, I LOVE horror music. I have a great collection of VST’s, sample libraries and sound effects all related to Horror, Thriller, and scary genres. So when the opportunity came along to review Steinberg’s ‘Dark Planet’ I grabbed it with both hands! “Dark Planet is loaded with

Music Software Review: SonicCouture Konkrete 3

Konkrete 3 is the third and, by far, the most complete incarnation of the series. What started out as some clever and experimental, but simply presented, electronic drum kits has developed into a truly remarkable drum machine sample library. It’s a ‘Powered by Kontakt‘ library, so you don’t need the

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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