Exclusive hearing 20. November 2004
The audio part of my album is completely finished now (yes!). Meanwhile I've written many new tunes and some fun stuff inbetween.
Making of Icebreaker 22. September 2004
In my newest tutorial I'm describing in detail the creation process of Icebreaker - including all source files (Kontakt and Cubase). Tutorial available exlusively at Native Instruments, enjoy.
Sampler quality comparison updated 18. August 2004
The controversial sampler anti-aliasing and pitch-shifting comparison is updated with new contenders for the crown. Please welcome the Emulator X, MOTU MachFive and the rebellious VSampler 3.1 to the court.
Music tutorials for Reason and Cubase 07. June 2004
If you're writing music yourself and are interested in Drum'n'Bass, you might find my tutorials useful.
Ambassadors 2 - The Roots'n'Future Collection 16. May 2004
Out now on CD, three Vinyls and MP3! Get it directly from the source. Featuring new Simon V tracks: The gigantic Icebreaker remix and a Finnish Folk fusion.
Reason for Drum'n'Bass 10. November 2003
There's a DnB tutorial with source file on the Propellerheads Germany website written by me. The tune is called "The Traveler" and takes you on an epic rolling journey.
DnB Drum patterns with MP3, MIDI and Kontakt instrument 06. November 2003
Here are the most common Drum'n'Bass drum patterns for learning. The beats in order of apperance (Basic, 2step, Goldie, Swing, Amen, some Simon V patterns, Quadrant 6, Moving 808s, Datalife, Krust, Matrix Cosmic Tree).
Sampler Anti-aliasing comparison updated 26. September 2003
Just when you thought technology got better, take a deep breath and look at the new examples including Native Instruments Kontakt, Emagic EXS24, Propellerheads Reason, Steinberg Halion 2 and FL Studio 4.
Icebreaker (slam edit) and more 01. September 2003
Got some new tunes for you: Icebreaker (slam edit), High Spirits and Keep The Faith.
Discography updated 27. July 2003
My new vinyl release "Icebreaker" is online now (it's my dad on the cover). Also added my take on Franziska her first single, something different.
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