Category Archives: MUSIC DEALS

Avid Vocal Studio – Easily Record Vocals Like A Pro

Avid Vocal Studio transforms your computer into an easy-to-use recording studio. Powered by the same technology behind many of today’s greatest hits, the system includes a streamlined combination of Avid software and hardware: the Pro Tools SE music creation application and M-Audio Producer USB microphone. Simply connect the studio-quality mic to your computer, fire up the software, and record stunning vocals for use in songs, soundtracks, podcasts, or voice-overs. Then use Pro Tools SE to polish your performance, add effects, and more. Whether you’re singing the next radio hit or narrating your video production, you’ll sound great with Avid Vocal Studio.

Boss Br-1180 Quick Guide

The BOSS BR-1180 Quick Guide is the fast way to get happening on BOSS’s most powerful new digital recorder. Within a short time, you’ll be recording instruments and vocals with one and two-mic setups. Organized in a step-by-step procedural manner, this book is written simply, in plain language, as if you’ve never recorded before. Topics covered include: cables and connections, mic setup positions – including stereo recording, signal flow, audio editing basics, punch in/punch out, effects and much more, all the way through bouncing down your final mix! This book was made in cooperation with BOSS tech support staff and authored by Caroline J. Alexander. Caroline J. Alexander holds a Masters Degree in Music Design for the Moving Image from Bournemouth University in England. Gifted in composing, mixing, illustrating and writing, Caroline has mastered the craft of simplifying the most complex in music technology and making it easy to understand and use. The author of many instrument and software specific books, she co-authored the bestselling How to Do a Demo Quality Recording in Your Bedroom, 2nd Ed. and edited How MIDI Works, 6th Ed., illustrating both. As a composer, she’s scored for short films, animation, game rides and web sites.

Very Best Of Helen Reddy By Reddy,helen (cd)

*Artist: REDDY,HELEN *Genre: Vocals *Release Date: 1-JAN-2004

Bbe 482i: Sonic Maximizer

The BBE 482i Sonic Maximizer is the most popular of the BBE line of SONIC MAXIMIZERS . With the patented BBE Process, music has a great “live presence”. Unlike some “exciter” devices which add artificial harmonics to the signal, BBE adds nothing artificial but instead restructures it to faithfully allow all the detail and nuance to be heard. Highs frequencies are clear, naturally brilliant and finely detailed. Lows are tight, well defined and harmonically rich. Electric and acoustic guitars have sparkle, clarity and definition. BBE brings out the harmonic complexity so each note of a chord becomes more distinct. Electric & acoustic basses take on a rich, earthy “CD” sound. BBE yields extremely tight, punchy bottom end without sacrificing the presence, clarity and bite on the top end. Keyboards and synthesizers take on new realism. Percussive and plucked sounds are clear and sharp; chords are rich and full-textured with each note in the chord retaining its integrity. Vocals cut through

Artist Kreator Extreme Aggression Rock Pop Heavy Metal Compact Disc

Track Title. 1 Extreme Agressions. 2 No Reason To Exist. 3 Love Us Or Hate Us. 4 Stream Of Consciousness. 5 Some Pain Will Last. 6 Betrayer. 7 Don’t Trust. 8 Bringer Of Torture. 9 Fatal Energy. On Extreme Aggression, a successful Kreator closes the ’80s by delivering their final thrash triumph. With the most hallowed Kreator lineup ( Mille Petrozza on vocals and guitar, Jorg Tritze on guitar, Mille Petrozza on drums, and bassist Rob Fioretti) joining forces once again to follow up the spectacular Terrible Certainty, Kreator sounds determined to continue their thrash mastery on Extreme Aggression. The results are fierce and noisy on this 1989 Epic release — the first major-label effort for the band. Petrozza and Fioretti’s guitar work is as punchy as ever, and Reil’s massive drums are unrelenting and continually improving. While the anonymous production has a slightly negative effect on Extreme Aggression, when compared to more commercially successful major label thrash artists like Metallica, Kreator uses their underground experience to fight through and present a unique package stuffed with hearty riffs and performances. ~ Vincent Jeffries, All Music Guide.