Box Of Tricks Video Review

Box Of Tricks Video Review

By James Thompson  |  14.12.2015

The irrepressible St.Joe from Sounds And Gear.com has done a nice video walkthrough of Box Of Tricks – he spends a little time with each of the instruments, so it’s a great way to get a real-life feel of the product.

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Box Of Tricks controlled by MiMu Gloves

Box Of Tricks controlled by MiMu Gloves

By James Thompson  |  13.11.2015

Valentina Morandini sent us these videos of her working with Box Of Tricks and a pair of the MiMu Gloves, co-developed by Imogen Heap.

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Valentina: “in the cello video I am playing single notes moving every single flex glove sensor separately (index+middle+ring), using the bow cello articulations.”

“In the vocal pad video I am playing 3 different chords making 3 different postures (1 finger point+claws cat+ok) with my left hand and at the end I added a delay effect to the last vocal chord, moving the ring flex sensor with my right hand.”

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Box Of Tricks: Imogen Interview 2 – Vocals

Box Of Tricks: Imogen Interview 2 – Vocals

By Soniccouture  |  27.10.2015

Imogen continues working on her BoT demo piece. This video focusses on the Vocal Pad instrument.

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It’s interesting to watch Imogen Heap shape her own vocals using the Harmoniser, Jammer, Slim, and other tricks from the box.

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Box Of Tricks: Imogen Interview

Box Of Tricks: Imogen Interview

By James Thompson  |  18.10.2015

In the first of a short series of video blogs, Imogen Heap chats informally about the Box Of Tricks instruments while composing her demo track with it.

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Filmed in her home studio, in this first instalment there are insights into the Cello and mbira instruments.

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10TH ANNIVERSARY

10TH ANNIVERSARY

By Soniccouture  |  01.09.2015

10 years ago today we released Abstrakt Vol.1 (which you can now download as a free product) on home-made CD. Since then we have helped pioneer downloadable sample libraries, round-robins, and the ‘deep-sampling’ revolution.

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It would have been hard to believe that KSP would come along and enable us to be inventive  with the way samples & instruments behave, as well as the way they sound, but that’s what happened. We learnt to make GUIs that not only enable creative flow, but which visually evoke the magic of the instrument too.

Today the sampling industry is more exciting and vibrant than ever. We’re very proud to be a part of that, and to have assisted so many of you in making great music.We’d like to thank each one of you for your support, and we hope that the next 10 years is just as exciting for us all.

James & Dan

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