Meeblip’s Cubit Go is an intelligent, portable USB-MIDI interface

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Meeblip has debuted Cubit Go, a USB-powered MIDI interface and router designed for musicians on-the-go. Cubit Go’s main I/O is fairly straightforward, there’s one DIN MIDI in and four DIN MIDI outs. What’s unique about the device, however, is the outputs’ integrated hardware MIDI thru circuitry. According to Meeblip, this feature ensures that “whatever you […]

Puremagnetik’s Zerone uncovers hidden audio with granular processing

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Puremagnetik has unveiled Zerone, a plug-in that employs granular processing to help you discover hidden sounds within your audio signal. At the heart of Zerone are two granular processes. These are designed to first isolate your signal’s audio segments, before modifying them with time-compression or expansion and letting them “iterate over time segments”. According to […]

MOK and 1010music team up on Waverazor Dual Oscillator module

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Back at Winter NAMM 2019, MOK and 1010music revealed their brainchild: the Waverazor Dual Oscillator module. The device is now available, offering crunching leads, glitched-out basses, cinematic droning and more. The above sounds are a product of MOK’s patented wave-slicing synthesis, which has come to Eurorack for the first time. Wave-slicing is a new approach […]

Ed Harcourt on establishing and maintaining a career as a songwriter

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When embarking on a career as a musician and particularly as a songwriter, there will inevitably be difficult and challenging periods; the real-world pressures of maintaining an income, the slog of dealing with an often unsupportive industry and of course, simply keeping creatively stimulated and feeling that inspiration to write worthy work. Ed Harcourt is […]