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There's a new breed of instrument coming to Propellerhead Reason, and it's thanks to the updated SDK 2.5 for rack extensions that allows user sample loading and sampling amongst other features.
Give your synth or music machine pride of place in your studio with these beautifully crafted solid wood stands and end panels which are more affordable than you might think.
BAM BAM is a mechanical sequencer that beats real drums with up to 14 parts. It utilises Piezo contact microphones, a drum module, and a triggered MIDI keyboard for the bass line. And it's very cool!
Bringing east coast and west coast synthesis to life, and reality, in one system is what the new Lifeforms Foundation synths from Pittsburgh Modular do. Here's all the details.
NI tells us their latest Maschine Expansion pack delivers sounds and textures from the world of experimental and ambient music.
The Korg Monologue analog synthesizer
Our first video interview at NAMM 2017 was with the legendary Dave Smith who showed us around the new REV 2 and their Pioneer DJ partnership mono analog synth, Toraiz AS-1.
At NAMM 2017 one of our first stops was to the Teenage Engineering booth to check out the innovative new Pocket Operator, PO-32 tonic. Its designer, Magnus Lidström showed us how it works.
If you've been wanting a new version of HALion then Steinberg have a treat for you today with HALion 6, HALion Sonic 3 VST and Absolute VST, all announced at NAMM 2017.
Not content with one or two new audio interfaces, MOTU are rolling out three! These half-rack USB 2 and iOS, low-latency devices, the M64, 8D and LP32, feature some excellent tech.
Not only is PioneerDJ releasing a true analog monophonic synthesizer a surprise, but this synth (made by Dave Smith Instruments) features circuits based on the popular Prophet 6! Here's all the info.
Softube have got a hit on their hands at NAMM 2017 in the shape of Console 1 MKII. It weighs in at almost half the price of the original, supports over 60 high-end plug-ins and sporting new software.
UA have unleashed version 2 of their popular Apollo Twin audio interface for Mac & Windows featuring realtime UAD Processing, UAD-2 QUAD processing, talkback functionality and improved monitoring.
Apple have released Logic Pro X 10.3 today with a new GUI, some exciting new features and workflow improvements. Here's everything you need to know.
The first major synth announcement from NAMM 2017 is from Teenage Engineering. The PO-32 Tonic is a drum and percussion synth with built-in microphone and export to AU/VST feature.
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