Best Sylenth1 Tutorials

The Best Sylenth1 Tutorials (Beginners & Pros)

Sylenth1 is a great plugin to learn the basics of synthesis, but if you open it for the very first time chances are good that you won’t understand that much. There’s an overwhelming amount of knobs, labeled with weird names like cutoff, resonance or phase.

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Flux Bittersweet Review

Flux Bittersweet Review

In modern pop music, drums have become more and more dominant over the years. This is due to the rise of hip hop into popular culture, and its overwhelming influence on other genres. Today’s sound engineers, therefore, are looking for crisp drum sounds.

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TBProAudio sTilt Review

TBProAudio sTilt Review

sTilt by TBProAudio is a free filter you can use to tilt the frequency balance of your source towards the low or high-end. This effect is achieved by boosting everything below and cutting everything above a given center frequency (or vice versa).

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Tritik Moodal Review

Tritik Moodal Review

The Moodal plugin by Tritik is the only spectral resonator plugin you’ll ever need. It’s quick, easy to use, and delivers great sound. All that combined with a reasonable price makes it a go-to plugin for sound designers. Here’s our review.

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Ample Percussion Cloudrum Review

Free Steel Drum VST: Ample Cloudrum Review

Ample Sound is a plugin brand known for some of the best instrument samplers. Their product catalogue contains a variety of different guitars, bass instruments and a few other things. Fortunately they also offer some free downloads, including a free steel drum VST.

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Auburn Sounds Panagement 2 Review

Auburn Sounds Panagement 2 Review

Space is a very important measure when it comes to producing modern music. Most radio hits – from groovy soul to atmospheric techno – rely on creating a feeling of width and room. The Panagement 2 Plugin by Auburn Sounds unifies these.

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