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Review: M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro

Yo what’s good fam! Today I’m back with another review, this time I’m finally getting a chance to check out the Trigger Finger Pro from M-Audio. Let’s just jump right in What is the Trigger Finger Pro? It’s an updated version of the original Trigger Finger pad controller, with a lot of new features. The […]

Review: K-Board USB MIDI Keyboard from Keith McMillen

Hey what’s good fam? Back with another review, this time it’s a mini/mobile keyboard from Keith McMillen. Let’s check it out! So what is the K-Board? It’s a mini usb keyboard that works with iOS, Android, Mac, and PC. It’s class-compliant, so no drivers are needed. The cool thing about it is how expressive it […]

Review: Novation Launch Control XL Ableton Live Controller

Hey what’s good fam? Back with another reivew, this one is for the Ableton Live users or anyone looking for a compact controller with faders, knobs, and buttons. It’s the Launch Control XL Let’s dig in! So what is the Launch Control XL? It’s a dedicated “mix” controller for Ableton Live. If you look at […]

Review: MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay on Vintage Fender Rhodes EP

Hey what’s good fam? Back with another review, this time I’m checking out a guitar pedal on my Rhodes It’s the Carbon Copy from MXR Let’s check it out! So what is the Carbon Copy? It’s an analog delay pedal, “bucket brigade” style, delay with up to 600ms of delay time. Of course it’s made […]

Checkout My New Maschine Training Course with Lynda.com

Hey what’s good fam! Just wanted to let you know about a new Maschine tutorial course I did with Lynda.com The course is called “Up and Running with Maschine 2″ and covers all the basics of getting started with Maschine. I did the course using both the Maschine Studio and the Maschine MK2 controllers, and […]

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Comparison: Ableton Push vs Akai APC40 MKII – Which one is best for you?

I’ve been an Ableton Live user for many years, and I always felt a dedicated controller would really benefit the program as well as my workflow. After using both the Ableton Push and Akai APC40 MKII for a while, I’ve been able to see the benefits of both and how they fit different workflows. I […]

Presonus Sceptre S6 CoActual Studio Monitors

Hey what’s good fam! Here with a review of some pretty cool monitors from Presonus. It’s the Sceptre series and I’ve been testing the S6. Let’s get into it! So what is the Sceptre S6? This is the 6″ woofer version of the Sceptre series monitor from Presonus. The Sceptre series is their line of […]

Boomstar 5089 24dB Moog style ladder filter analog synth review

Yo what’s good fam! Back today with a beast of a synth from Studio Electronics This is the 5089 synth from their Boomstar line, which is a collection of synths each with their own classic filter. Let’s check it out! So what is the Boomstar 5089? This is a desktop analog synthesizer with tons of […]


Big Fish Audio – AcousticSamples Wurlie review

27 April 2012

Yo what’s good fam, you know what it is! Big Fish Friday! Today I’m checking out a library from Acousticsamples, they make some dope stuff and did all the new dedicated instruments for Mach Five 3. All of his products now use the new UVI Workstation format and Wurlie is the newest of the bunch. […]

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Posted in Big Fish Friday, Instrument Libraries10 Comments

Analogue Workshop 1 – Distortion and Feedback reveiew

26 April 2012

Yo what’s good fam, back today with a nice little library from TimeSpace and Ian Boddy He’s done a bunch of sound design stuff for Zero-G, Camel Audio, Rob Papen, and plenty more. Definitely more of a “sound design” library type of guy in my opinion…which is good. Lot’s of weirdness and strange noises. This […]

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Posted in Instrument Libraries6 Comments

Tone 2 Saurus analog modeled synth plugin review

25 April 2012

Hey what’s good fam, back with another one for ya! This one comes from Tone 2, they make some of my favorite synths like Firebird and ElextraX Now they’ve stepped into the analog modelling category with a new synth plugin let’s check it out! So what is Saurus? It’s a new synthesizer plugin based on […]

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Posted in Plugins14 Comments

Primeloops Smooth RnB Guitars and Melodic Guitar Hooks review

23 April 2012

Yo what’s good fam, back with another review for you. This time I’m doing something different, I’m showing two products at once. The idea behind this is to have two different guitar libraries from the same company, so I can show the variety and differences between the two. Sometimes you run into a case where […]

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Posted in Loops & Samples39 Comments

Big Fish Audio – London Solo Strings

20 April 2012

Yo what’s good fam! Back with another Big Fish Friday! Today I’m checking out a string library I was on the hunt to find some different solo string libraries to showcase, and Big Fish happened to have one. Works in Kontakt or Kontakt Player Let’s check it out! What is London Solo Strings? This is […]

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Posted in Big Fish Friday, Instrument Libraries15 Comments

Loops de la creme World Sounds Deluxe Set review

18 April 2012

Yo what’s good fam! Back with another review for ya! One of the questions I get quite often is where to find a good percussion/world percusion library that doesn’t cost hundreds of dollars. Many folks just want a really good sounding library of percussion samples and not necessarily a full out percussion suite. Well, if that’s something you’re looking […]

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Posted in Instrument Libraries13 Comments

IllMuzik Beat This! Competition – April 7-8th

04 April 2012

It’s time for another battle over at Illmuzik.com They have these competitions usually once a month. I get people always asking me to host beat battleson here, but honestly I’d rather point you to someone that has the process down to a science. So if you wanna get it in, head on over to the […]

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IK Multimedia iRig MIDI adapter for iPad review

03 April 2012

So yes, I finally got an iPad after wanting one for a long time. Despite what some may say, an iPad, or any iOS device can be a useful tool in your musical setup. It’s all about what you look to do with it. Any tool, in the right hands, can be useful in the […]

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Posted in Hardware, iOS & Mobile41 Comments

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