Well, hello there! Thanks for checking out the latest edition of This Week in Neuro, our semi-weekly roundup of cool new presets published by the Neuro Community. This time we've got an excellent collection of tonal treasures that include a superb take on the Alesis Quadraverb's legendary "Taj Mahal" preset, a spot-on replication of the synth bass effect from the Nine Inch Nail's song, Closer, a mega drip-droppy spring reverb sound from deep inside the True Spring Reverb, and a powerhouse fuzz/synth tone that begs for heavy riffing. Killer tones await, people....
And so it is... another This Week in Neuro is upon us! It's our semi-weekly roundup of great sounding presets created by members of the Neuro Community for Source Audio One Series pedals. This time we've got a killer collection of presets created for a wide variety of pedals. There is a gorgeous ambient preset for the Ventris Dual Reverb, a pair of bouncing synth-pop bass sounds for the Spectrum Intelligent Filter, a thick and aggressive chord generator for the C4 Synth, an acoustic guitar friendly tone sweetener for the EQ2 Programmable Equalizer, and more...
Hello! It has been waaay too long. Welcome to our bi-weekly roundup of spectacular new presets created by the ever-growing Neuro Community. It's just a small sampling of One Series effects pedal presets published in the last few weeks. Some of them are interpretations of classic tones, some are sounds inspired by great recordings, other are a what we like to call, "sounds yet unheard!" So hopefully YOU will hear something that inspires you to pick up that guitar, bass, or synthesizer of yours and start making music. Perhaps you will take it one step further and create your own sound yet unheard.
And remember... we're always on the lookout for great new presets, so connect your One Series pedals to the Neuro Editor and get your tweak on! And please, please, please... include links to Soundcloud or Youtube recordings. We want to hear your presets in the context of your music. So let's do this...
Hey everybody, we're back! It's been a busy month of gearing up for the holidays, putting our ears to the grindstone at the lab, testing new pedals, and continuing to adjust to the "new normal." That's why it feels great to be back in the data analysis game talking presets and Neuro-related achievements. We have a great smattering of presets to dive into this week, and some inflated numbers from our time off.
Welcome to Spooky Month, A.K.A. October! We're excited to be back with a new installment of This Week in Neuro, the one place to chat presets, sound creation, pedals, and tons of other neat stuff. This week, we're taking another two-week chunk for that sweet, sweet data. I also have another Lunchtime Banter segment for y'all (or, depending on where you're from, youse, you guys, you lot, everybody) today.
We've got a spot of housekeeping to take care of as well; skip to the last paragraph of this entry to read about our saga with Neuro and Windows 7 and why we suddenly can't fully support Neuro on that platform anymore.
Welcome back to the place where we talk about all things presets and all things tone, with some general Source Audio tidbits sprinkled in. Our office has been buzzing the last couple of weeks with the fervor of new pedals and exciting ideas. That's right, the lab is brimming with new ideas...we're mixing chemicals with reckless abandon, uncovering ancient artifacts, learning how covalent bonds work...
Just kidding. Well, not about the upcoming new gear, but none of us actually work in a chemical lab or in archaeology. Let's talk about the preset!
For the third week in a row, the C4 Synth takes the #1 "Most Published" spot effortlessly. In a distant second places the Ventris, the OG of the in-depth preset creation game. As my sentimental favorite Neuro-equipped pedal, it's always uplifting to see it still holding its own coming up on five years after its release.
For fourth place, there was actually a four-way tie: the Nemesis Delay, Lunar Phaser, Ultrawave, and Ultrawave Bass all came in with 6 presets a piece under this span. How I like to approach tiebreakers in this circumstance is with recency bias; the pedal or pedals with the most recent preset gets the top spot.
The average new daily new Neuro users has steadily improved since last installation as well! Last update, we calculated an average of 23 new users per day. Over this 18-day span, 490 new users signed up for Neuro, leaving us with an average of 27-28 new users each day. Welcome aboard, new Neuro users, and thanks for discovering Source Audio! Continue reading to hear about the Top 5 Editor's Picks of the week, and hear some really fantastic preset clips.
We're back with another supersized installment of This Week In Neuro to make up for that good ol' summertime haze we've all been finding ourselves in. Here in Boston, we're enjoying the features of a nice early-August heatwave. It's not freaking us out, although we'd like to remind everybody to be constantly sipping on some water (or in my case, Topo Chico...can't get enough of that fizzy stuff!) and be taking some shade breaks if you're out in the elements.
Anyway, enough about the weather. Keep reading to find out about what's going on this week in Source Audio Neuro preset creation, and discover our 5 weekly editor's picks.
Welcome back to another installment of This Week In Neuro! This week's unofficial title is: These Weeks In Neuro, as we're taking it two weeks back to recover from a summer slump. Well, not really...we at Source Audio have been busy working on a couple new and very exciting projects...more details to come. We've got some supersized numbers this week, and a couple of surprising front runners in the New Presets category. Read on for a deep data-crunching dive and our Editor's Picks section, which yet again sees the C4 Synth taken into new, unexplored territory, including a Dua Lipa cover and some crispy lo-fi vinyl tones.