Ableton has some great skins available and the added features of shifting hue values is nice, however, if you want to make your own skin, you’ll have to get your hands dirty with some RGB value manipulation. Lets have a look at how..
Have you ever wondered how birds stay in the sky.. how sunlight makes your body warm.. how.. vinyl.. is made?
The LP, the ‘long play record’, was first introduced all the way back in 1948. That’s 73 years ago in 2021, and here we are in the age of digital streaming, where vinyl has had a renewed popularity. Maybe it’s the touch, maybe it’s the experience of walking into a record store.. or putting the needle on the record.. whatever it is, vinyl enjoys roughly 6% of overall music sales!
So, have you ever wondered how vinyl records are made? Gotta Groove Records in Clevland Ohio answer this 2am question, check out the video below!
Sylenth1 by Lennar Digital is a really stable Synth VST that’s a big time work horse. It’s relatively easy to use and a great plugin for beginners to start making custom sounds on. For the experienced producers, it’s a core piece. One of the great things about Sylenth1 is that it support skins, so if you’re bored of looking at it, or you want something a little different, it’s easy to change it up.
To celebrate the greatness that is Sylenth1 and as a thank you for being down with Deep Down Records, we have DDR skin free for download. If you don’t currently own Sylenth1 and especially if you’ve never checked it out, download the demo version from the official Sylenth1 site. Once you have the demo or full version, try on one of the Deep Down skins!