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Sound On Sound Reviews 5Elements

March 02, 2021 1 min read

Sound On Sound Reviews 5Elements

Sound on Sound is an independent magazine that releases informative articles charting the impact of technology in music recording and production since 1985. Remaining at the forefront of recording technology, Sound on Sound is “recognised internationally as the 'bible' of the music recording industry and a firm favourite of top producers, engineers and artists.”
 
After the release of 5Elements, Sound on Sound raved in their March 2021 issue that the new virtual instrument “allows for a wide range of inspirational sounds that evolve in tonality and include shifting overtones, scrapes or other organic components.” The magazine continued by describing the instruments as “pure magic” and “deliciously exotic.” 
 
We invite you to read the full article here.

Don’t forget to check out 5Elements for yourself and open your ears to the vibrations of the natural world.



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