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Antelope Audio's line of guitar amp & cab FX models is growing. In this video we'll show you three new plugins coming for free with our portable audio interface Zen Tour. Plexi 59 is modeled after the amp that created the true tone of classic rock. Antelope & Overloud poured their heart and soul into recreating the legendary voice of this warm and loud amp. Plexi 59 sounds bright and crunchy, with a lot of headroom. Our custom FPGA allowed us to authentically achieve the signature tone of this late 50s, hand-wired tube legend. Rock 75 brings the real sound of one of the most beloved all-valve 100W amps in rock history. No reverb and no effects: just pure raw rock tone. Forty years ago this amp gave guitarists not only more heat, but more control over the output level. Rock 22.10 is modeled after the amp, which turned the hard rock and heavy metal sound of the 80s into a cult era for music. It achieved its savage and aggressive sound by having extra clipping diodes and its EQ was placed after the third gain stage. Our 22.10 features controls for Presence, Bass, Middle and Treble plus Master and Pre-Amp Volume for even more detailed Gain control. Keep an eye on Antelope Audio - more hardware-quality effects are on their way from our labs to your studio! SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 for more videos! Follow Antelope Audio on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
A quick explanation on how I get sound to & from my DAW... great for hardware compressors and EQs! How to USE A PATCHBAY 🤍 Subscribe to SpectreSoundStudios and help the channel grow! More subs=more of the most honest music gear reviews on Youtube! 🤍 Sign up for the SMG newsletter here! 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Shirts & more: 🤍 Distrokid: 🤍 My Camera: 🤍 My Slider: 🤍 Follow Spectre Sound Studios: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 About Spectre Sound Studios: I'm Glenn Fricker, engineer here at Spectre Sound Studios. I love making records, and after doing it for sixteen years, I want to pass on what I've learned. On my channel you can find tutorials on how to record guitar, bass, real drums and vocals. There's reviews and demos of tube amps, amp sims, drums, mics, preamps, outboard gear, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, and plugin effects. We've covered Moon on the Water, played Bias FX, given you the absolute best in Stupid Musician Texts, ranted & raved about bass guitar, and this channel is where The Eagle has Landed. Everything you've wanted to learn about recording Hard Rock & Heavy Metal can be found right here on this channel! I also respond to your comments & questions: The best make it into the SMG Viewer's Comments series of videos. Loads of fun, lots of laughs. Thanks for checking out my channel & please subscribe!
Zen Tour is Antelope Audio's brand new professional portable interface featuring the company's revolutionary Hardware-Based Vintage Guitar Effects. Designed for both studio and live environment, Zen Tour is a next level portable interface, allowing you to achieve perfect sound everywhere you go. It borrows the powerful custom FPGA technology from our top selling audio interfaces. This provides the portable interface with massive modeling capabilities and is a ground-breaking platform for our brand new hardware-based guitar amp & cab emulations. These FPGA effects not only sound as authentic and real they can get, but behave and feel just like the guitar gear that inspired them. With two transformer Reamp outs and 4 Hi-Z ins accompanying the 4 Mic pres, Zen Tour is not only a perfect choice for producers and artists working on the go, but a preferred device for pro guitarists working in any creative environment. Never miss a post from Antelope Audio: 🤍 🤍
Analog vs. digital: It's an age-old debate that most gear heads are familiar with by now, especially with how much digital processing has improved over the past decade. But while we can all agree that a digital recording rig can yield excellent, cost-effective results in the studio, there's still an argument to be made in favor of the warmth analog gear brings to your mixes. With two decades of recording experience under his belt, engineer Jay Maas is here in the video above to make that argument, talking up his favorite analog gear and explaining why they're must-haves. Read More on Reverb: 🤍
Want classic 80's digital vocal reverb on your music and in your ProTools/DAW session? Greg shows you how and demonstrates the awesome and authentic late 70's/early 80's sounding Oto Machines BAM reverb unit. Oto Machines BAM Unboxing and Review 🤍 Qu4ys Music 🤍 0:00 Start 0:15 Introduction 1:14 Dry Vocal 1:49 Creating Aux Sends 4:27 Playing with the Oto BAM 7:05 Bringing it in to the mix 7:45 Introducing MIDI Automation 8:48 Final Thoughts #vocaleffects #80sreverb #vocaltechnique
What really matters when building a trading computer? I talk about recommendations for CPU, memory, hard drives, networking, and power. I explain what components are worth spending your money on to build a computer well suited to trading. Get your TRADERS GONNA TRADE mug: 🤍 SpeculatorSeth on Facebook: 🤍 Order Flow: 🤍 Treasuries: 🤍 Permanent Livestream URL: 🤍 Join our discord server! 🤍 Become a subscriber to my patreon campaign for exclusive indicators and data!: 🤍 Hypothetical Performance Disclosure: Hypothetical performance results have many inherent limitations, some of which are described below. no representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown; in fact, there are frequently sharp differences between hypothetical performance results and the actual results subsequently achieved by any particular trading program. One of the limitations of hypothetical performance results is that they are generally prepared with the benefit of hindsight. In addition, hypothetical trading does not involve financial risk, and no hypothetical trading record can completely account for the impact of financial risk of actual trading. for example, the ability to withstand losses or to adhere to a particular trading program in spite of trading losses are material points which can also adversely affect actual trading results. There are numerous other factors related to the markets in general or to the implementation of any specific trading program which cannot be fully accounted for in the preparation of hypothetical performance results and all which can adversely affect trading results. 🤍
What is the best mixer for live hardware based electronic music performances? Do I need preamps if I am only using synthesizers and drum machines? Can I use the WMD Performance Mixer with synths instead of eurorack modules? Do I need to have Eurorack modules to use the WMD Performance Mixer? If you are asking yourself these questions, take a few minutes and check out this video! The WMD Performance Mixer is an 8 channel Mixer for the Eurorack modular synthesizer format. It includes two auxiliary sends, a master insert section, six Mono channels and two true stereo channels. In addition to being the end all solution to mixing audio in the eurorack system, it works wonderfully with hardware instruments such as synthesizers and guitar pedals. In this video Alex answers the question above and works through mixing four different hardware sound sources, the Roland TR-8 and JU-06, the Arturia Microbrute, as well as a vocal channel using two guitar effects pedals to create an interesting loop of sonic textures. Alex also uses both auxiliary send and return channels with guitar pedals for external effects. The Zoom MS-70CDR and the WMD Geiger Counter help fill out the mix and make the sound more unique with some pretty traditional sound sources. 808s, 909s, Juno 106, Polysix, they all work awesome with the Performance Mixer. The Performance Mixer is great for mixing both Eurorack and Non-Eurorack signals together so you can use what you have currently to make the music you love. Check us out on social media for cool extras: Facebook : 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 More info at +🤍
Subscribe to MusicTech's YouTube channel for tips, technique, new gear and more! 🤍 This time, Liam O'Mullane shows you how to set up hardware inserts in Ableton Live. Have a hardware effects unit that you want to use for processing? Learn how to incorporate your own hardware as though it was a plug-in with this easy-to-follow tutorial. Check out the rest of the Ableton Live Tutorials Playlist here: 🤍 For more expert advice, news and reviews, visit 🤍 Chapters 0:00 Start 0:10 Why would you want External Audio device? 0:57 How to set up your interface 1:39 Set up routing in Ableton Live 3:51 Sound examples 4:11 Compensate for hardware latency 8:10 Using hardware as plug-ins 8:50 Recording external processing 10:37 Recap
During the Antelope workshop 🤍bax-shop on april 12 2017 in Goes, productspecialist Marcel James from Antelope was so kind to give me a private demonstration of how to make a hardware insert. Thanks a lot Marcel!
Do you need external FX hardware and mixers in your computer based studio... ? Maybe, but in all reality, I think you can get a full featured software program that may cover all your needs. I like all the blinking lights! ;-)
In this 5-day, intensive course on studio technology, NYC-based audio engineer Phil Moffa will guide you through the complete process of building and working in a hybrid analog & digital studio. ☞ Want more? Register for Phil Moffa’s full course, “Studio Technology” and get 7+ hours of exclusive content: 🤍 ☞ Subscribe to our channel for more videos: 🤍 ☞ Check out IO Music Academy’s full course catalog: 🤍 NYC-based audio engineer Phil Moffa's hardware-based studio, Butcha Sound in New York city, is home to some absolutely wild toys that help Phil achieve his distinct and exquisite sound, and now he wants to show you how it all works. In this five-day, intensive course on studio technology, Phil will guide you through the complete process of building and working in a hybrid analog & digital studio. Topics will include: mixing boards, patch bays, MIDI connections, outboard effects, synthesis, old school samplers, and more. Come dive into the wonderful world of hardware with one of the best engineers working today. Follow IO Music Academy: ☞ Instagram: 🤍 ☞ Facebook: 🤍 ☞ Twitter: 🤍 ☞ Discord: 🤍 Follow Phil Moffa: ☞ Instagram: 🤍 ☞ Facebook: 🤍 ☞ Twitter: 🤍 ☞ Spotify: 🤍
Free Maschine tutorials: 🤍 Buy presets and courses: 🤍 Get discounts: 🤍 In this introductory tutorial for the MK2 hardware, learn how to work with effects. This includes adding, editing, bypassing, and removing. Thanks for watching! Download free sounds for Massive, Sylenth, FM8 and more - 🤍
Samplers are at the heart of many electronic musician's setups, very often being the only component of a rig! In this video, we'll break down exactly what a sampler is at its foundations. I'll cover a couple of very popular examples that I have in my rig: the Elektron Digitakt, and the Teenage Engineering OP-1. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned expert, there's a sampler out there for everyone. The beauty of samplers is that they are only confounded by the workflow of the hardware. Any sampler can play any sound, any style, and any genre of music. What are your favorite samplers, sampling techniques, or sample sources? 0:00 Intro 1:50 Elektron Digitakt 5:30 Teenage Engineering OP-1 8:00 General Tips/Closing Thoughts Support me on Patreon! 🤍 my gear: Teenage Engineering OP-1: 🤍 My OP-1 Case (MeMe Antenna: 🤍 Alternate case option: 🤍 OP-1 Decksaver: 🤍 PO-12 Rhythm: 🤍 Elektron Digitakt: 🤍 Elektron Digitone: 🤍 My primary camera (Sony A7C): 🤍 Primary lens: 🤍 Secondary camera (Canon Rebel t8i): 🤍 Secondary camera lens: 🤍 Voiceover Microphone: 🤍 Zoom audio recorder: 🤍 accessories: Affordable Sennheiser Headphones: 🤍 OP-1 Case: 🤍 Hosa Modular Patch Cables: 🤍 (these are all affiliate links, and I'll make a small commission on your purchase at no cost to you!) Social Media/Music: Instagram: 🤍slowhaste (🤍 Bandcamp: slowhaste.bandcamp.com Spotify: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
In this video, I will compare the performance under Windows 10 and Windows 11 on a PC that is not officially supported. The one I will use has no TPM 2.0, secure boot and an unsupported processor. First I'll do a minor upgrade with some additional memory and an NVIDIA GTX 960, then will go through a series of benchmarks like Geekbench, AJA System test, Browserbench, 3DMark and will run and compare GTA V. In case you are interested in installing Windows 11 on an unsupported PC, I did a video on that before: 🤍 In case you are interested in upgrading rather than performing a fresh install, take a look here: 🤍 If you're interested in seeing if updates are still working after doing the upgrade or install of Windows 11, have a look here: 🤍 And have a blogpost about it as well: 🤍
🤍 I've been getting a few questions regarding setting up a hardware studio from people I assume are changing from computer based systems. I though I'd do a quick and basic guide to setting up a small hardware studio. At the end I show how I go about making a two bar loop. Obviously there are many different ways to integrate hardware in the studio and this is just one example based around using an MPC 2000 as the hub. I hope some people it might find this useful. Sequencing - Akai MPC 2000 Synths - Waldorf Blofeld, Meeblip Drums - MFB522 Mixer - Allen and Heath Zed 24 Effects - Electro Harmonix Memory Man with Hazarai The music used is original material by Reedale Rise
The SNES was quite a powerful little machine! Have you played any of these 3D titles? In this video, I'll showcase 5 of the most graphically impressive Super FX chip games in the Super Nintendo library. Thanks for watching! Patreon: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍
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Another question that I've got was on how to apply the hardware effects to the song... So, I decided to show you guys this video to explain what I do, and how it is applied ( Aka Recorded ) Like Fav Sub! Thank You All! ^_^ ♪♫♪ Need Mastering: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Soundcloud: 🤍
We’ll make DIY delay on the Akai S612 and Roland S-760 without an FX processor. If you have a sampler without any onboard FX you can still create a lot of special FX using the tools that already available on your hardware sampler. Essentially the techniques shown this this video cover the basic tools of sound design as well. If we know how sounds occur, we’ll have more knowledge about how to re-create them. When you like us enough to give us a gift! 🤍 Add us to YouTube Chat! 🤍 POPULAR VIDEOS Learning 90's Boom Bap Hip Hop Music Theory in 2017 🤍 Basic Sound Synthesis with the Ensoniq ASR-10 🤍 Akai MPC 2000 Original - Basic Sequencer/Tap Tempo Functions 🤍 The Daydream Sound Reviews The Ensoniq ASR X Sampler & Drum Machine 🤍 Tech House on the Roland MC-303 Groovebox by The Daydream Sound 🤍 The Daydream Sound Reviews the Ensoniq EPS 16+ 🤍 Thanks for listening Everyone! Visit: 🤍 Muziki! 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 As Always Thanks for Watching! Peace, TDS
Do you have old rackmount effects you're not using with your DAW? Great! In this video you will learn How to use ReaInsert How to send MIDI to hardware effects How to sync external delay effect Sending MIDI clock Remote control of hardware through ReaControl MIDI plugin Add plugin parameters to track controls how to rename parameters how to route audio to hardware through digital connections (s/pdif) Thanks for watching! Subscribe and hit that LIKE button! Visit The REAPER Blog for many more tips, tricks and tutorials. 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
See how designers can provision any IoT device using Truphone’s integrated SIM solution and DesignWare tRoot Fx HSMs. This demo shows the Truphone eSIM running an ARC EM Starter Kit board integrated with a commercial mobile device. It demonstrates the main use-cases of GSMA Remote SIM provisioning for IoT and consumer devices. Using Truphone bootstrap connectivity, the demo shows how in-the-field remote device activation is possible for any mobile operator and can completely remove the logistics and costs associated with physical SIM cards. Learn More: 🤍 Learn more about Synopsys: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Follow Synopsys on Twitter: 🤍 Like Synopsys on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Synopsys on LinkedIn: 🤍
Here's a video explaining the situation since I've seen the question come up multiple times on the discussion forums.
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In this video I go over how to start building a hardware synthesizer setup. If you enjoy my videos you can support them over at 🤍 Here's gear I really recommend for a hardware synth setup. some of the things are new and not in the video. All links are affiliate links. Sequencers Novation SL Mk3 // 8 track keyboard/sequencer/controller: 🤍 Arturia Keystep Pro // 4 track sequencer/controller: 🤍 Synths & Samplers with good sequencers Roland MC101 // portable 4 track synth: 🤍 Roland MC707 // 8 track synth and sampler: 🤍 Novation Circuit // 4 track Sequencer & Synth: 🤍 Elektron Digitakt // 8 track sampler, 8 track sequencer: 🤍 Elektron Digitone // 4 track FM synth + 4 track sequencer: 🤍 NI Maschine+ // standalone sequencer/sampler/workstation: 🤍 Synths I really like and that are a good starting place for a hardware synth setup Minilogue: 🤍 Minilogue XD: 🤍 Argon 8: 🤍 Microfreak: 🤍 Roland SE-02: 🤍 Minibrute 2: 🤍 Drum Machines: Roland TR8S (very versatile!): 🤍 Analog Rytm MK2 (pricey but amazing!): 🤍 Pulsar-23 (a bit overkill for a beginner): 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 BUSINESS INQUIRY ►bonurmimusic ( at ) gmail.com #HardwareSynthesizerSetup #Synthesizer #Dawless
In this video, we will explain how to install the S-Series IP-PBX. 1. Install the Expansion Boards 2. Install the Telephony Modules 3. Install the D30 Module 4. Install the Hard Disk Drive 5. Install the TF/SD Card 6. Install the USB 7. Connection and Indicators
Tutorial on setting up and utilizing Defaults to populate the Hardware selections for a project. Table of Contents: 00:00 - bp-defaults-hardware
In this video, I'll be rehoming the previous MidTower Deluxe hardware by building it into a "new" system. The components from the previous MTDX include an AMD FX-8120 "8-core" (quad core, 8 thread) CPU, ASRock 890FX Deluxe 4 motherboard, 16GB G.Skill DDR3 RAM, and Radeon HD 6750 GPU. I'll also be making use of an older nearly forgotten case, as well as a new power supply. The power supply was part of a huge donation from one of my viewers. a BIG thank you! Cube Computer on Facebook: 🤍 cubecompmtdx on YouTube: 🤍 Comment Policy: 🤍
Vinay Ravuri, Vice President and General Manager, Server Products at AppliedMicro gives an update on the 64bit ARM X-Gene Server Platform. At ARM Techcon 2012, AppliedMicro, ARM and several open-source software providers gave updates on their support of the ARM 64-bit X-Gene Server on a Chip Platform.
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Kanad Basu, University of Texas, Dallas Anti-virus software (AVS) tools are used to detect Malware in a system. However, software-based AVS are vulnerable to attacks. A malicious entity can exploit these vulnerabilities to subvert the AVS. Recently, hardware components such as Hardware Performance Counters (HPC) have been used for Malware detection, in the form of Anti-virus Hardware (AVH). In this talk, we will discuss HPC-based AVHs for improving embedded security and privacy. Furthermore, we will discuss the application of HPCs in security cyber physical systems (CPS), namely automotive and microgrid systems. Subsequently, we will discuss their pitfalls. Finally, we will present PREEMPT, a zero overhead, high-accuracy and low-latency technique to detect Malware by re-purposing the embedded trace buffer (ETB), a debug hardware component available in most modern processors. The ETB is used for post-silicon validation and debug and allows us to control and monitor the internal activities of a chip, beyond what is provided by the Input/Output pins. PREEMPT combines these hardware-level observations with machine learning-based classifiers to preempt Malware before it can cause damage. We will conclude the talk with future research directions and challenges.