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More details about the CM freeware Special..

The following is lifted straight from the latest issue of Computer Music magazine:
The Great Plug-in Giveaway.

Get your hands on over 100 of todays best instruments and effects plugins, sequencers and other music-making essentials with our forthcoming Computer Music Special: The best free plug-ins ever!
We've spent months hunting down and testing the best the freeware scene has to offer to bring you this definitive, brand-new collection of studio tools. They are all on the included disc, and inside the mgazine you will find accompying tutorials and reviews plus a massive guide for total beginners showing you how to make a complete track from start to finish entirely in freeware.

So don't waste your time trawling the net and sorting the useful freeware from the thousands of apps on offer - just grab CM special Vol 30 and get on with making music!

Out in the UK from June 18th, Europe from June 25th and North America form July 16th.

As mentioned Krakli features once or twice in the Mag and here is a (sensible) Screen-grab of the Specially commisioned plugin that will be featured.

Richman CM special


This version has some special features including the fact that each sound generating 'line' is totally independent meaning that they can have their own portamento, Glide or Mono/poly settings. Some of Himalaya's patches show the mixed Mono & poly mode off to a very good advantage. Other changes include Envelope modulation of the pre-filters and a much wider tuning range for line two. The Magazine should contain a full blown tutorial on using Richman CM and I have also prepared a PDF users guide which may be included in the zip file. I will be adding a tutorial to my Youtube channel also

Reader Comments (2)

thanks a lot

September 25, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterandré Norell

Thanks for rmxl, I have really been having fun with it to the point of wanting to learn more about it. Are you perhaps going to release the pdf manual (please!)

September 15, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRich Rath

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