Musician, professor, and sound designer Robert Henke discusses his philosophies for modeling acoustic instruments electronically, shares how Max for Live changed his workflow, and gives some advice for producers.
Daniel Miller is a legendary name in electronic music - first known for his solo releases as The Normal, he later founded Mute Records, a label that has been home to Depeche Mode, Erasure, Fad Gadget, Goldfrapp, and Moby, among others. Daniel recently collaborated with Flatpack on a free set of drum sounds made with his ARP 2600 synthesizer - download these sounds as eight Ableton Live Drum Racks in this free Live Pack.
Here's Daniel discussing the ARP 2600 as a central synthesizer on Depeche Mode's albums, from the BBC documentary Synth Britannia:
Also from Synth Britannia, here's Daniel in his impressive studio discussing his impressive synth collection (including Kraftwerk's original vocoder from Autobahn), and telling the story behind his first songs as The Normal: