Another great reason to get Computer Music magazine is the CM-505.
‘The CM-505 is a 24 note-polyphonic VST drum synthesizer. The instrument is designed specifically for creating synthetic drum sounds; no samples are used to create its sounds, not even a single cycle. The sounds created by the CM-505 have their roots in classic analogue drum machines. Although the CM-505 can replicate many of the sounds of these classic analogue drum machines, it also extends them into new sonic territory.’
The CM-505 comes bundled with loads of other free vst plugins on the disc that comes free with Computer Music every month.
Also the articles, reviews and tutorials make the magazoine worth it’s cover price alone.
The DVD disc crammed with lot’s of music making goodies just makes the magazine a great buy.
Getting to know your DAW better will not only help you make music more effectively, it can also spark your creativity. Mark Cousins and Hollin Jones show you around in this 13-page special feature.
Ten Minute Masters
Despite having only a few notes at their disposal, step sequencers are still an essential tool for electronic music production. We explain why.
Condenser microphones are a popular choice within the studio, but what difference does the capsule design make? Grant Bridgeman goes beneath the grille.
The seventhMusic Tech Focus edition is on sale now. This 132-page special edition magazine concentrates purely on Guitar Technology and features:
- 132 pages of pure Guitar Technology
- Recording electric, acoustic and bass guitars
- Live performance and hardware recording
- Getting started, choosing the right software and emulation
- Compression, delay, distortion and mixing and loads more
- PLUS – Free DVD with full version NI Guitar Rig Go, 120 minutes of video tutorial, plug-in demos and all the workshop resources