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SIX OF THE BEST Unusual software titles

It’s the place where we round up some of the best products by category that we’ve recently reviewed. This month, software that defies description as we delve into six of the best unusual software titles…


EVENTIDE Fission $179

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Eventide has always tried to push the boundaries when it comes to audio quality and manipulation and Fission is no different. It’s based around Eventide’s ‘Structual Effects’ technology, which splits incoming source sound into its transient part (that is impactful, unpredictable or jagged) and tonal part (the sustaining, stable and smooth parts) properties. The two parts are then independently processed and mangled to produce a new sound.

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Emulating the artists that inspired us in our many music-making ventures is as much about rekindling those feelings as it is knowing how the sounds were created. In our cover feature this month we show you how to get impossibly close to the sonic signatures left by your musical heroes. Continuing the theme we present our newest feature ‘Recording Spotlight,’ where we speak to Peter Franco, engineer on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, and gain insight into the complex, painstaking work that went into creating this modern classic. Additionally, we sit down with dance-music producer Stefano Ritteri and rising UK production star Rhiannon Mair, get into the meat of Cubase 9.5 and get hands-on with all the latest gear, tech and software. We hope you enjoy the issue…