Hollin Jones

Hollin Jones

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance writer on music technology and Apple topics for well over a decade, along the way publishing several books on audio software. He has been lead writer at a number of prominent music and technology publications. As well as consultancy, full-time journalism, video production and professional photography, he occasionally plays Hammond, Rhodes and other keys for people who ask nicely. Hollin is Contributing Editor at Ask.Audio.

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Gibson Announces Worldwide Release Of New, Limited-Edition Chris Cornell ES-335 Tribute

New Signature Guitar Pays Homage To Music Icon's Legacy - Pre-Sale Starts August 27, Available Worldwide September 3

Midas To Launch The World's First AI And Cloud Based Mixing Console Platform

Could this advanced, AI-assisted mix console be the future of recording and mixing? The folks at Midas certainly hope so...

How To Set Up Headphone Cue Mixes In Pro Tools

Send click tracks, deal with grouping and create multiple custom monitor mixes in Pro Tools for the best recording results. Josh Carney shows you how.

Review: Wave Alchemy BASSYNTH

Wave Alchemy's latest release is BASSYNTH, a powerful 12GB monster that aims to cover all your bass needs and more. Hollin Jones got down and dirty with it...

Spitfire Audio Launches BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA At Barbican In London

With 99 players, 55 different instruments and 418 techniques, Spitfire Audio's latest orchestral instrument captures the BBC Symphony Orchestra at its finest. Here's what you need to know.

How Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner Uses Maschine To Make Music Without Constraints

Native Instruments' Maschine software and hardware offer something to musicians working in almost every genre. Find out how it changed this singer songwriter's approach to creating music.

CircleFade Reveals CFM2, All-In-One Semi-Modular Synth

Working in standalone mode but also compatible with your other Eurorack gear, this clever and compact synth looks like one to watch out for.

Get SUB, Analog Drums And Sub Bass Plugin, For Free From Sampleson

18 analog drum sounds can be yours in this fat-sounding drum and sub bass instrument. Here's how to get it for zero outlay.

Interview: Jaded

Jaded styled themselves into last year with their cult smash '˜In The Morning' crashing into the Spotify Top 200 chart, racing to over 14 million streams. We caught up with them in London.

Audiothingies Doctor A Is A Stereo Delay Reverb Desktop FX Unit With MIDI And CV Inputs

Bring tactile control of your delay and reverb effects to your production setup with this new, flexible desktop processor from Audiothingies.

5 Tips For Getting Back Into Live Music Rehearsals

From checking your gear to checking your goals, here are 5 tips that will help ease you back into the world of live music performance.

Ellitone Multi-Synth Gets New Look For 2019

With 6 Selectable Synthesis / Operation Modes and a surprisingly accessible price, this hardware synth could be just the thing for experimentalists and producers alike.

How To Sweeten Your Mix In Ableton Live

A little master processing applied at the very end of the mixing process can make all the difference to your productions. Noah Pred shows you exactly why.

Isovox 2 Midnight Is A Portable Isolation Booth, Now In Black

Match your gear to your studio with this new black version of the Isovox 2, a dedicated portable vocal isolation booth that helps you get clean takes every time.

Review: Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6

The latest addition to NI's family of audio interfaces adds more I/O, MIDI, dual headphone outs and a generous software bundle. Hollin Jones put it through its paces.