BEAT Magazine Issue 197 June 2022
English | 100 pages | PDF | 58 MB
Synths are awesome! That‘s why we‘re dedicating an entire feature to them. We’ll introduce the latest releases from desktop synths to huge workstations and show their best features and strengths for daily use. Furthermore, we asked some of the most famous „synthfluencers” like Cuckoo, Look Mum No Computer and Espen Kraft about their favorite instruments.
Free with Beat 06/22: Instant Cinematic Sound – with Nostromo BE
Want to soundtrack a Sci-Fi game or the zombie apocalypse? With 40 epic pads, gritty drones and otherworldly textures, SampleScience Nostromos BE is the first choice for creating cinematic atmospheres. Our software highlight inspires with expressively playable instruments that show their strengths in film, game and trailer music, as well as in Ambient, Chillout, Downtempo & more.
For Zampler & Akai MPCs: Behringer’s Magnificent 7
The development of new synths and clones is running at full speed at Behringer and makes countless musicians happy; musicians who can now enjoy the cult sound of the classics for a fraction of the original price. Since some of the new releases are still a long way off, we‘re going to treat you to 9 Presets from 7 synth legends, from JP-8000 and Jupiter-80 to Oberheim SEM and Moog Model 15. With Behringer‘s Magnificent Seven for Zamplers & MPCs, a strong piece of synth history is coming to your studio!
Tricks & knowledge for your daily studio routine
BEAT brings you 100 pages of hardware and software reviews, interviews & studio reports, workshops for Cubase, Logic, Live, Maschine, MPC, Bitwig and Studio One, as well as tricks for djaying and live performances. Plus 12 GB of software, sounds and samples.
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