Should we clean up old recordings, or keep their noise and distortion in all their glory?
Q: What is the right mic for hihats?
New monitors? Now you need to tune in your ears.
Those sticking-out things on the sides of your head - what are they for?
These 1957 loudspeakers get closer to the original sound than anything you've ever heard!
The Audio Masterclass Course in Equalization (Assessed Course)
Microphone preamplifiers: Do they really make a difference?
What difference does an instrument or vocal make if you can't hear it?
Avid and Apple conspire to heist 9 decibels of level
"Untitled" by Pulse Bros.
January 19, 2005
The latest virtual instrument from NUSofting is DK+, offering 24 fully programmable drum pads, 6 output busses (3 stereo + 3 mono), an audio compressor/limiter for each stereo bus, a powerful step sequencer and more.
DK+ ships with a library of 36 drum kits containing the sounds of the most widely used vintage drum machines, acoustic kits and more. It also offers a wide library of drum styles ranging from Latin rhythms to classic rock and many modern styles.
The DK+ Library is a collection of drum kits and a rhythmic patterns. The collection is organized in 3 sections (each user editable):
Polyphony can be selected in the range of 8 to 128 voices, and the internal engine used 64-bit processing. Sounds can be imported as .wav files, DK+'s own format, as well as LM-4 drum bank format with some limitations. Most parameters can be controlled via MIDI. DK+ is also skinnable and this first release comeswith 5 skins.
Price: $75.90/Euro 59.90.
For more information, visit their web site at nusofting.liqihsynth.com