NI Enters Olympics

Opening ceremony to feature Plugs -and Bjork      13/08/04

Tonight's the night - the 2004 Olympics are opening today in Athens, Greece (where else). This evenings ceremony features the global warblings of Icleandic super-muse Bjork who will debut the track Oceana from her forthcoming album Medulla. Mark Bell, the programming whiz who co-produced this album with Bork, used several products from the Native Instruments array, namely REAKTOR, KONTAKT and BATTERY. Mark says: "This track as well as the whole album is just vocals, so I did a lot of manipulation in these instruments. Especially Kontakt was invaluable! It really saved the day at times." So, pick up some beers, snacks or whatever, sit yourself down in front of the telly and do some plug-in spotting - you never know it may end up becoming an Olympic event...
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