It’s holiday time, and in that spirit, Native Instruments are giving away a free download of DRIVER until the end of the year. But apparently not everyone got the “giving” memo, and somebody yanked all of Eats Everything’s stuff at the DJ Mag Awards. Read on for the whole lowdown in today’s roundup.
– Bristol producer Eats Everything (pictured above) has had “years worth of solid work stolen, 100s of records that only I have,” while at the DJ Mag Best of British awards presentation. Read on and see how you can help him out. (full story)
– Juke masters DJ Rashad and Manny editing TRG and Martyn? Yep, we’ll have some! (full story)
– Touchscreen controller fanatics rejoice! Liine’s amazing Lemur interface has been updated, and now featured in-app editing. (full story)
– We love us some Native Instruments here at Beatport, but could we love them any more than we already do? The answer is a resounding “yes,” since they’ve just decided to give away a their DRIVER distortion plug-in for free! (full story)
– Want a little taster of Flux Pavilion’s upcoming “Blow the Roof”? Well, here ya go—Merry Christmas. Now don’t say we never gave ya nuthin’! (full story)
– Lastly, Kraftwerk has won a court case over a 12-year-long dispute with Pelham & Maas regarding two seconds’ worth of Kraftwerk samples used by the duo. Yay for Kraftwerk, right? Well, it could have major ramifications for the future of sampling. (full story)