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Apps Of The Month: November

From Soundcloud creation to sonic emotion, we take a look at some of November’s best electronic music-related apps. All applications come in both Android and iOS versions, unless otherwise specified. Did we miss any? Let us know what your favourite apps from the month were. Converse Rubber Tracks Sample Library | Download The Converse Rubber Tracks Sample Library is a royalty-free library of one shots, loops, and stems recorded at the various fixed and pop-up Rubber Tracks studios. Created in partnership with Indaba Music, the library provides a unique resource for musicians all over the world and it doesn’t cost you ... Read more

Converse Rubber Tracks Launches DAW Plug-In and iPhone App

Converse Rubber Tracks recently launched a Live Sampler plug-in together with production software company Ableton, making their samples easily accessible and easily incorporated into Ableton Live. There’s also an additional iPhone app, which does not only mean you can integrate your phone with your sample library, but also that your samples are now available virtually everywhere. The library has tapped into the musical developments of the last decade, removing the necessity to invest millions of dollars to make proper music. With enough creativity and know-how, everyone can make a quality record from their bedrooms now. Equipment and samples are the ... Read more

Dutch Artists Add To The Converse Rubber Tracks Sample Library

Welcome to the Rubber Tracks Sample Library. It’s a collection of free, high-quality audio samples recorded by a boundless number of artists that is still growing. And now, three very special artists from Dutch soil are the latest contributors to the Rubber Tracks Sample Library collection. During ADE, on October 16th, a panel showcase of the Sample Library will be curated by none other than Machinedrum, who will also be giving a live performance based on the Sample Library. See also: Converse Rubber Tracks Is Looking For Producer Talent RT’s Sample Library has tapped into the musical developments of the last decade or so, where ... Read more