Sample Magic launches Rolling D&B, Raw House Cuts and Neon Pop

Sample Magic has released its latest sample pack Rolling D&B at Splice Sounds. The pack combines the very best in Neurofunk, Tech, and Minimal ‘Rollers’ to bring an essential collection highlighting the past and present of Drum & Bass across a slew of loops, drum hits and one-shots.
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East Coast rapper Cleo Inez dropped her first solo single ‘Computer Dreams’ a well arranged track

The East Coast rapper and hip-hop artist Cleo Inez has released her first solo single ‘Computer Dreams’ spreading the musical aura through her melodious voice. The new-age hip-hop, trap rapper Cleo Inez is making her dominating musical statement through her powerful voice. Her freshness of words, her way of arranging music are very unique. She has been collaborating with various music artists for a time now. Her first solo single ‘Computer Dreams’ is available now. Released just a day before and it is already winning the hearts of many. Hailing from the trap genre, this song has showcased her musical skills very well. Her narration has a deep and truthful approach and her voice has complemented the songs even more. Her skillful approach will ensure her bright future. The beats she incorporates in her music have a mature tone to them.
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Test Press Dubstep Afterhours WAV MIDI FXP

‘Dubstep Afterhours’ explores the void on your journey to the imaginary netherworld and combines the fascination of menacing basslines with slow but powerful beats, bringing you the most profound and darkest dubstep sound you could imagine. Try this breath-taking collection of sounds and textures in your projects to help achieve the mystical characteristics of deep dubstep.
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Emerging Trends in music technology

In the music industry, technological innovations are continuously emerging and they're set to offer producers and artists more influence than it has ever been. People are tired of the status quo and want to explore something unique, whether it's modern manufacturing approaches, selling merchandise, or even developing new multimedia drivers. Year after year, composers have so much more tools at their disposal and more chances to have their voice discovered by those who would adore it. Obtaining a music technology degree will allow you to break apart loops and change them on the go, trying to bridge the divide among stagnant circuits and completely creating your unique patterns. This degree may assist individuals to comprehend how consumers absorb music, as well as discover what their supporters expect in their next release and create a relationship with them so that they can purchase their CDs, souvenirs, and participate in any other experiences they provide. Artists may now make a comfortable living from streaming, but its real advantage is in its capacity to raise brand recognition.

Matt Berry shares “Beatmaker” ft Emma Noble from ‘Toast of Tinseltown’

Matt Berry has brought back his beloved thespian character Steven Toast and taken him to Hollywood for Toast of Tinseltown, which premiered this week on BBC2. (No North American release date yet, sadly.) As you may know, Matt also does the music for the show, and each episode features a montage with one of his songs. For the first episode of Toast of Tinseltown, he's covered "Beatmaker," a 1970 single by Swedish pop artist Doris, that features singer Emma Noble on lead vocals. It's pretty groovy, and pretty close to the original -- listen to that below.

New Morris Island Drone Footage provided by Hayashi Multimedia

Discover the cinematic beauty of Morris Island Lighthouse with this new drone footage by Hayashi Multimedia. “I recently took a road trip to Charleston, SC and visited the Morris Island Lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse in South Carolina. It was built in 1876, decommissioned in 1962, and it was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The only way to access the lighthouse was via drone since the waters around the area are too rough for swimming or wading. I launched my DJI Mini 2 from the north bank of Folly beach to reach the lighthouse, circled it a few times, and booked it back to the launch point before my battery ran out twice. This was the first time I used the Quickshot function to orbit around the lighthouse and it seemed to work pretty well. Again, I composed a simple background music track to complement the video footage using Dune 3 and Beatmaker in Bitwig Studio.” – Hayashi Multimedia.