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Phase47 last won the day on July 3 2016

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  1. That's a great read, and very interesting for anybody interested more in the business-side of things. I love Bandcamp and everything they do and stand for.
  2. Manny! - Good to see you here. It's Don - from Ascendant Welcome.
  3. Yes, the writing has been on the wall for Beatport for some time now...
  4. Great - thanks for the kind words. It was really great to be able to team-up with SOMA.FM to do that special release.
  5. Currently using NI's Replika and D16's Sigmund. In the past I've also used the Uhbik Delay from U-He to great effect. These in addition to the built-ins with Logic & Live.
  6. Cheers guys - thanks for the comments!
  7. Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of Edgar Froese's passing. We did a version of Tangerine Dream's "Love on a Real Train" in his honor. It debuted yesterday AM on SOMA.FM.
  8. I have not tried those Korg legacy packs, but have owned the hardware back in the day. I really liked the Wavestation once you got away from the factory presets - lovely sounding pads. I miss that one. I spent last summer slowly starting to get back into hardware - both synths and fx - and one thing I found is that if you take a soft-synth and use a hardware reverb and/or delay on it, it goes a long way toward improving the quality of the voice - regardless of where it comes from. Having said all that, the best advice ever comes from Sebastian Mullaert (Minilogue): "Use the drum machine you have." It's a fantastic metaphor for using the tools at your disposal to get rolling, learn them inside and out, and see where they can take you.
  9. Voxengo develops top-quality plug-ins and it just so happens they offer a few freebies to get your feet wet, one of which happens to be a stereo-width plug-in: http://www.voxengo.com/product/stereotouch/
  10. Thanks. Hopefully people here can look to it as far as arranging and layering, but if you like it too - win/win!
  11. Headroom (IMO) varies depending on the arrangement or density of a track. Starting with a kick @ -10 or -12, depending on your workflow seems a good start though.
  12. If you're worried about the occasional "over" I don't think there's anything wrong with having a limiter on the master fader and having it at zero to stop them. It's also a good way to whack on some level if you're bouncing out a pre-mastered ref and you just want to hear it with some gain applied. Just remember to back it down when you are creating your final pre-master bounces.
  13. I've just picked up an Eventide Space. I'm sorry NI Reverbs... huge difference in quality, depth, and transparency. Wow. Highly recommended.
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