from: Junior Sampler
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Sequencers on the net ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/seqnet/seqnet.asp

Audio Editors on the net ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/audioednet/audioednet.asp

Plug-In's on the net ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/pluginet/pluginet.asp

MIDI on the Internet ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/midinet/midinet.asp

Accompaniment software ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/accsnet/accsnet.asp

Get your music online ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/getmusicnet/getmusicnet.asp

Notation software on the net ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/notatenet/notatenet.asp

Guitars on the net ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/guitarnet/guitarnet.asp

Drumming on the net ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/drumnet/drumnet.asp

Loops on the net ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/loopnet/loopnet.asp

DJ software on the net ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/djnet/djnet.asp

How to become a net star... ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/netstar/netstar.asp

Digital audio formats ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/formats/formats.asp


Computer Music's LINKS ::: http://www.computermusic.co.uk/internet/cmlinks/cmlinks.asp


<<< Computer Music's Links to Plug-In effects >>>

Steinberg ::: http://www.steinberg.net/products/index.phtml?action=showline&id=030303&sid=04199928 ::: Probably the most varied set of plug-ins you'll find, with the odd freebie for you to download. Its all VST stuff of course, and you have to pay for the best but you know the quality's good. Its well categorised for mastering, classics, restoration, creative and mixed. Everything you need then...

DaveCentral ::: http://www.davecentral.com/audplug.html ::: One of the best places to start on your search for freebies. There are a few pages of downloads with both shareware and freeware plug-ins and utilities available, all in alphabetical order. Some serious stuff for web sound production and MOD listening, plus a load of utilities we frankly didn't understand.

Sonic Timeworks ::: http://www.sonictimeworks.com/products.html ::: This lot make some of the most attractive looking plug-ins around, concentrating on high-quality reverbs and delays, with a bit of compression (most notably the supurb Compressor X), phasing and EQ thrown in for good measure. They model the looks on all those original valve processors, so expect that warm sound. Theres even some for that much hyped (by us) creamware pulsar, but they do cost between $79 to hundreds...

Maxim ::: http://www.abel.co.uk/~maxim ::: A well categorised bunch of freebie VST plug-ins, including Leslie amp simulators, loads of filters, valve amp sims and loads of compressors, limiters and distorters. Its not the greatest looking site but its easy to get around and if it ends in 'ers' or 'ors' you'll find it here.


<<< Computer Music's Links to Soundfonts >>>

Soundfonts.com ::: http://www.soundfonts.com ::: SoundFonts.com delivers exactly what you would expect from a site with such a straightforward name. It sports in-depth explanations of all the issues surrouding the format and delivers a selection of free soundfonts and a few good links. Primarily, this is an information based site and for the beginner who has no idea what soundfonts are or how they work, its a great place to start.

SoundFonts Isle ::: http://web.interpuntonet.it/soundfonts ::: This is an italian site (but writen in english) that makes a good effort in getting you started with all things related to soundfounts and the internet. It has links to loads of great free websites, as well as some good FTP sites. It gives you some good searching ideas, is generally nice and straightforward and contains loads of information. Theres not much content on the site itself, but is definately one of the best places for soundfont links.

HammerSound ::: http://www.hammersound.com ::: Hammersound is a truly impressive site. In terms of content, it is by far and away the most comprehensive of any dedicated soundfont site we have seen. There are loads of soundfonts to download, tutorials on how to use them, a forum, a newsgroup, a definitive list of links and much, much more.

Creatives SoundFont Pages ::: http://www.soundblaster.com/resources/read.asp?ArticleID=12&PartID=3 ::: Creative Lab's very own guide to using and creating soundfonts comes on a suitable slick and neatly packaged site of the sort you would expect from the company. Not only does it start you off with the basics, it also takes you to all the essential downloads and gives all the info you will ever need to do with soundfonts.


<<< Computer Music's Links to Software Synths >>>

MAZ-Sound ::: http://www.maz-sound.com ::: MAZ-Sound has long held a reputation for quality and cosistency. Here you'll find information on all kinds of audio processing and some great links to other sites. The best thing about MAZ-Sound however, is the way it goes through each specific detail of every synth in turn, making sure you know exactly whats required to use them.

SynthZone ::: http://www.synthzone.com ::: The Daddy of all synth sites, SynthZone is the best established and most comprehensive guide to synthesisers on the internet. Covering everything from old analogues to the very latest software synths and with a great selection of samples, software and comprehensive links, this should be your starting point when it comes to synths.

Virtual Synth Page ::: http://www.markwhite.com/vsp ::: Its all very well being able to download these wonderfull soft synths, but to save time and money, it would be a good idea to know what they can do first. This page is what you need as it reviews a fair selection of shareware synths aswell as going throught the advantages and disadvantages of certain types of synthesisers. The icing on the cake though, is the excellent glossary which goes through just about every technical term there is...

Muon-soft ::: http://www.muon-software.com ::: Muon Software specialise in both freeware and commercial VST Instruments, and their entire product range can be either downloaded or ordered from the website. The layout is clean and accessible, and you'll find screenshots, feature lists and MP3 demos of the synths on offer. The current jewel in the Muon crown is the Electron, which scored a masterly nine out of ten in issue 25 of Computer Music.

Native Instruments ::: http://www.native-instruments.de/ ::: The acclaimed Native Instruments brought us the wonders of Reaktor, Pro52, Dynamo and the supurb B4. Reaktor 2 won the 'Best Soft Synth' category in the Computer Music Readers awards 1999. The site is regularly updated and NI always have the odd special offer on the go. If you new to this game and haven't heard of these fabulous Soft-synths listed above, make a beeline over to the NI boys and check out the best there is.

K-v-r vst Instruments ::: http://www.kvr-vst.com/ ::: An independent website devoted to the VST Instrument phenomenon. There's stacks of really useful software, utilities, patches and tips for anyone using VST Instruments in their music making. Highly recommended.


<<< Computer Music's Links to Synthesisers >>>

Synth Museum ::: http://www.synthmuseum.com ::: Its what it says - an online synth museum, complete with synth of the month (normally a big modular with loads of knobs). There's every fact you could possibly need on every classic analogue synth. You know the sort of thing: if its made of wood, goes out of tune, costs a fortuns and is being replaced by a computer soundcard or soft synth, you'll find it here...

Analog Modular Systems Inc ::: http://www.analogsynths.com ::: "We specialise in locating hard-to-find synths, like Buchlas, modular moogs etc." God knows how they do it, but AMS is the place to go if your looking to buy an old synth. They have a huge list of stock to choose from as well as a synth museum page and purchasable copies of the manuals for just about every synth ever made. Very Impressive.

Synth Zone ::: http://www.sonicstate.com/synth/ ::: Now this is quite cool. Each synth (old and new) gets a rating in the form of a bar graph sort of thing, and all the links are on the same page as the review and history. It certainly makes navigation easier, but what about some better graphics?

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From: James9322000@yahoo.com
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Date: 07 Dec 2003
Time: 22:10:33