Ugo – Rez: “a mean little monosynth”
Rez is a seemingly basic synth, but it’s capable of a very wide range of sounds. While Rez has a bunch of cool features, the beating heart of Rez is its filter. It’s made from multiple chained filters acting as a single powerful filter and it’s highly resonant, providing Rez with its distinctive character. Top that off with distortion, a phaser, various oscillator modulations, delay, and a killer programmable arp and step sequencer, and you’ve got a powerhouse of a synth in a very small package.
From funky squishes, beastly basses, and screaming leads, to tight arpeggiations, swirling rhythms, atmospheres, bells, and interesting effects, you’ll find it all here. Additionally, it comes with two skins – Yellow & Black, or Black & Yellow.
Thank you. Happy easter to you all
...no, this thread is not about our beloved hit by sweetwaveaudio
I was really amazed when I saw this and it really got me thinking about doing all my future mixes by ear only, like in the good old analog days
From the VarietyOfSound – Blog:
Greetings and Happy Easter
Movie Soundtracks that had a lasting impression on me, what immediately comes to mind are: Hana Bi, Amelie and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.
I’ve never seen “Hana Bi”, somebody just played me the Soundtrack only once maybe 10 years ago and it’s never left my “inner ears” since then.
Too bad I got to hate the Amelie soundtrack a little when back then all of my piano students wanted to play it.
Great news. Congrats
Here’s some perspective on how similar discussions pertaining to popular files have gone in the recent past: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/popular-files-question-/48983?page=1
Thanks for pointing us to these old discussions! I have to admit: Reading this old thread I found myself wondering:
How would a “Top New Files” category hurt anybody?
I really don’t see the problem here and I honestly don’t understand, why a lot of posts in this old thread seemed to imply, that new authors wouldn’t acknowledge that the top authors deserve to be where they are. I think this is just beside the point.From my point of view an additional ‘Top New Files’ category would be something everybody would benefit from.
Variety Of Sound – Thrillseeker LA:
ThrillseekerLA – digital stereo leveling amplifier with truly analog qualities.
Found a post in a german forum few weeks ago about “Highend Plugins” vs Freeware Plugins that made me chuckle and I’d like to share it here, so here’s the translation:
“A simple plugin gets released as a “Highend Plugin” with “Highend Marketing”, “Highend Advertising” financed through “Highend Prices”. Then there will be “Highend Food” for “Highend Journalists” who then will be writing about “Highend Plugins” in their “Highend Magazines”. After that, many wannabe-highend-producers go out to buy those “highend plugins” in order to become real highend-producers.
Those self-proclaimed highend-producers then tell everybody in various forums that they are now “highend producers”, because they’re now using “highend-plugins”. And because that’s still not enough to stand out, they also write and tell everywhere that there is absolutely no way to produce any professional music with non-highend-plugins or even freeware. So every producer who doesnt own any “Highend plugins” is automatically only an average producer and sure you dont want that, do you ?!?”
If I can share a little more insight as I forgot to mention it before (and of course I know this isn’t new news to many of you) – but for those who aren’t aware – a large part of the driving force is not an item being on the popular page alone…but rather the multiple videohive projects using the songs that are keeping them there.
I know this for a fact – if I didn’t have so many VH authors backing my work by using them repeatedly, many of those songs would have disappeared by now. Here is an experiment – take each track and try to find how many projects they are used in….you will begin to see that that is the REAL force that drives the list, not just the list itself.A song on it’s own will only stay so long. VideoHive projects are what cement them in the list.
Thx Tim. I already had a feeling about this and I’m really looking forward to finding the right video/audio partnership.
Awesome, Phil! Congrats. Well deserved!!