Audec has released Drive, a freeware distortion effect in VST3 and AU plugin formats for compatible digital audio workstations on Mac. Drive is a flexible waveshaping tool with a customizable shaping curve. Changing the curve shape directly affects the character of the distortion that is applied to the processed audio signal. The plugin can be […]
Mondo Loops has announced the release of Free Lofi Samples, a freely downloadable collection of guitar loops and samples intended for use in lofi hip hop music. Free Lofi Samples is a series of lofi hip hop sample packs released by Mondo Loops on their YouTube channel. The artist has released several loop libraries so […]
Plugin Boutique is giving away a free copy of the EXPOSE software by Mastering The Mix to all email subscribers who make a purchase in their online store before September 30th, 2019. EXPOSE is a standalone audio quality control application by Mastering the Mix. It is a software tool designed for music producers who want […]
SampleScience has released SQ8ROM, a freeware sample-based virtual instrument featuring the sounds of the Ensoniq SQ-80 hardware synthesizer. SQ8ROM is a free rompler virtual instrument offered in VST, VST3, and AU plugin formats for compatible digital audio workstations on PC and Mac. It is a sample-based recreation of the legendary Ensoniq SQ-80 hardware synthesizer. The […]
ProjectSAM has released Dystopian Drones, another addition to The Free Orchestra series of free cinematic orchestral libraries for Native Instruments Kontakt. The Free Orchestra features a series of freely downloadable Kontakt instruments which were handpicked from various ProjectSAM products. The latest release called Dystopian Drones contains a set of dark cinematic drones from Symphobia 1 […]
United Plugins are offering the newly released Front DAW (€49 value) analog saturation and gain control plugin as a free download until September 15th, 2019. Front DAW is an analog saturation effect in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX plugin formats for compatible digital audio workstations on PC and Mac. The developers at United Plugins created […]
I (very) often get asked why I throw all my favorite music into one playlist, which would be this one: ingovogelmann.net/ivmc(“Ingo Vogelmann’s Medicine Cabinet”). Because most of you either like electronic music or hand-made music (like neo-classic, rock etc.), which I personally both like the same, along with a huge plethora of other music. That playlist is what I personally listen to most of the time I listen to music. I’m not very narrow-minded when it comes to music, and other things. There’s beauty in a lot of things out there.
Now, with the new playlists you can choose for yourself, at least between the dance and the chilled side of things (I might add playlist for rock or neo-classic and other genres in the future). Plus, the tracks featured in the new playlists are almost exactly what I would and do play on my LIGHTWORKS and TIME OUT shows/podcasts (if you like to call it that, or whatever), minus the unreleased promos, of course.
Go, head over to those playists, check them out and subscribe!
I will completely leave Facebook and its services on September 18, 2019. Accordingly, my Instagram profile will no longer be available.
If you want to continue to get news about me, my music, photos and other output from me, there are plenty of opportunities. I do not leave ALL social media and networks, but Facebook and its related services.
The main source and the first point of contact for anything that concerns me is my website at ingovogelmann.net. There you can also get into personal contact with me.
Twitter does not steal my time and does not interfere with my workflow, so I stay there, follow me here: twitter.com/vogelmann
On Twitter, I also answer direct messages.
You can still find my music on SoundCloud, Spotify, Bandcamp and any online store you can not imagine:
As I said, on September 18th, it will no longer be on Facebook services. I’ll stay with you though, Facebook is not the center of the world.
Finally, I would like to thank you for your 10-year loyalty on Facebook. You are not the reason that I leave Facebook, the company itself or the business model behind it is the reason. I have repeatedly commented on this topic in recent times, and now is the time for this final decision, also because of a fruitful conversation with my long-term friend Jakob aka. Addliss, in which we both made this decision, as a healthy consequence.
Please do not get me wrong, I do not want to devalue anyone who finds Facebook great. This is a personal decision that everyone has to consider and decide for themselves.