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MODEAUDIO Shared Tomorrow

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Shared Tomorrow is a new pack from ModeAudio that contains 611MB of hazy, analogue loops, with a nod towards 80s retro and the occasionally apocalyptic, effects-treated vintage analogue-gear inspired sounds of Boards Of Canada. The heavily saturated drums are a mix of drum machines and more live-sounding percussion, and are chunky and solid enough. There are also some warm and resonant analogue basslines, dreamy pads, and shimmering, metallic guitars that are drenched in vintage-sounding reverb and FX. Sci-fi fans can rejoice, as the largest folder contains some excellent Blade Runner-esque synth riffs that could be used to build the foundation of a track. To round things off, there are also 68 crunchy drum hits, 109 MIDI files, and tails samples for all of the musical loops.

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Making music is an expensive pursuit. From monitors to microphones, DAWs and plug-ins: before you know it, just getting your creative space in order has made a serious dent in your bank account. But it really doesn’t have to be this way. In Andy Jones’ in-depth cover feature this month, he dives head-first into this ocean of free software, highlighting the best of the best and detailing how to use it effectively to build a track – for free! Elsewhere this issue, we’ve got the first in a new A-Z series, detailing some of the oft-used, key terms that you’ll likely hear and need to understand in the music-making world. Alongside all this, we’ve got our usual range of reviews, tutorials, tips and a complete guide to the vast high-tech world of controllers. We’ve also, very excitingly, teamed up with the best studio in the world with this issue’s free Abbey Road calendar. We hope you enjoy the issue.