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A Create Digital Music Holiday Gift Guide – All Under $200 – Show the Folks!

The Create Digital Music Blog just released a Holiday Gift Guide on their site today. They cover everything from software, to hardware, to accessories, and best of all, it’s all under $200. If you love music gear as much as me, you’re definitely gonna wanna check this out:

“Now, normally “gift guides” tend to pick items you’d rarely buy as a gift. So, speaking of restrictions, this year I’m imposing a price limit: $200 maximum, meaning the kinds of things you actually would buy as gifts. (There are many worthy items above $200, but I’m assuming anyone spending more than that already has made up their minds.) And, we went to you, the readers, to tip us off on the items that mattered.

View the Full CDM Holiday Guide Here

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Tim Exile & Native Instruments Present: The Mouth [VIDEO]

This video pretty much explains it all. Tim Exile does some awesome shit.

Cost: US$79, and thanks to the new Reaktor platform, you don’t even need a copy of Reaktor to use it. You can run it in the full Reaktor 5.5, or you can run with the free player.

I’m playing more with The Mouth today, and hope to talk to Tim this week. Got some questions you’d like answered? Fire away.

– By Peter Kirn

The Mouth product page

Continue to Full Create Digital Music Article

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Free Sound Effect Website Database – 500,000+ free sound effects

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Free VST Plug-ins – Kubton.com hook-up

Awesome lists of plug-ins from everything to synths and instruments to compressors and effects. Great hook-up from Kubton. There’s a lot of other cool free stuff there too.


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Learning Reaktor: 10-Step Path to Building New Sequencers, Beatboxes, and Effects

This in an amazing Create Digital Music article posted a couple of years ago, but it’s still pretty relevant considering the software used hasn’t changed too dramatically. For anyone looking to start creating your own step sequencers, or making your own drum machine, this is an awesome intro to that.

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