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Cycling ’74 Artist Focus on WaveDNA’s Peter Slack

Peter Slack has been part of the WaveDNA team since the very beginning. His contributions to the audio software community–both as a member of WaveDNA and beyond–have been invaluable. Recently, Cycling ’74 sat down with Peter to discuss his work with Liquid Music, Max, and lots more. Be sure to check out the full article here.  

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Ask.Audio Reviews Liquid Music

Version 1 of WaveDNA’s Liquid Rhythm was pretty impressive. When Liquid Music arrived we were also impressed by its potential. Now in version 1.6.1 AfroDJMac digs in to see what all the fuss is about. AfroDJMac shares his thoughts on Liquid Music in this Ask.Audio article: “This is why I think Liquid Music by WaveDNA is so cool. Liquid Music is an AU, VST, and Max for Live plug-in that…

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Attack Reviews Liquid Music

“Like an arpeggiator on steroids…” Greg Scarth tries out the follow-up to Liquid Rhythm. In this insightful review, Greg Scarth talks about his experience with Liquid Music for Attack Mag. He Be sure to read about his full experience using Liquid Music in this great article!

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MusicTech reviews Liquid Music

Wave DNA’s Liquid Music For Live is a unique product, and a must-have for anybody either struggling to compose their own MIDI parts, or seeking new composition and programming techniques.” – Martin Delaney Martin Delaney talks about Liquid Music in his new review with MusicTech. Giving it an overall score of 9/10, he shares his enthusiasm for Liquid Music, calling it “an authentic music creation tool”. Be sure to read…

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Ask.Audio reviews Liquid Music for Live

“An amazing app for quickly and easily building up complex melodic parts in less time than it takes you to make a sandwich.” – G.W. Childs IV G.W. Childs talks about his first impressions of Liquid Music for Live with his review on Ask.Audio. He dives into the ease of how Liquid Music for Live can be used to “quickly build up some sick chord progressions playing parts that are not humanly…

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dj times magazine

DJ Times Reviews Liquid Rhythm

“Bound to rapidly become your go-to solution for beat construction – as it has for me” – Wesley Bryant-King Wesley Bryant-King’s begins his review of Liquid Rhythm for DJ Times Magazine by discussing his frustration with creating beats in his own music production. As a longtime Ableton Live user, he was looking for a better, less-restrictive way to create beats more efficiently and with greater creative expression. He found his…

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Electronic Musician Magazine Reviews Liquid Rhythm

  “Opening the floodgates of beat heaven” – Markkus Rovito As huge fans of Electronic Musician Magazine, we thought that Christmas had come early when opening the November / December issue and reading Markkus Rovito’s incredibly thorough and functional review of our Liquid Rhythm 1.4.2 software. Spending time on the features that he says “really comprise the crux of what makes Liquid Rhythm special”, Markkus provides insight on tools like…

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DJ Mag Canada Reviews Liquid Rhythm

The lines between the DJ and the producer have blurred over the last few years, and it’s due in part to powerful software and technology. Liquid Rhythm fits into this picture by speeding up the production process, allowing a performer to produce rhythm tracks live, which is why Canada’s DJ Mag published a review. We’re very excited to be featured on their site. DJ Mag’s Patrick Voisin says, “The possibilities…

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Sound on Sound Magazine

Sound on Sound Magazine Reviews Liquid Rhythm

Paul Nagle Looks at Liquid Rhythm in Sound on Sound Magazine’s On Test The WaveDNA team loved seeing Liquid Rhythm featured in the July 2014 edition of Sound on Sound Magazine, one of the best recording technology magazines around. Sound on Sound’s Paul Nagle delved into the world of Liquid Rhythm, a “pattern sequencer plug-in [that] offers exotic creative tools with even more exotic names” to discover how BeatForms, BarForms, and the Music…

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