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If you're looking for an Ableton Push 2 stand, but you don't just want something functional, but something regal and sexy to show off the glory of your Ableton conrtoller/instrument, this could be it.
It’s not everyday you wake up and think, I’m going to make a drum machine in 3 days. But that’s what KBob has done. And It's using Mutable Instruments modules, Teensy, JIGMOD and a 3D printer!
Head of Aston Microphones, James Young, shows just how “indestructible” the build quality of the Aston microphones is… by whacking it with a metal bar… on video!
One of the most impressive Eurorack module we’ve spied of late is GateStorm gate generator. Just days after we first reported on it these 3 video tutorials arrive. You gotta love that screen!
NI have partnered with Soniccouture to offer an awesome 50% off on 20 instruments (which are all compatible with NKS meaning you can control them via Komplete Kontrol S-Series & Maschine.
Taking a browse through the Live 9.6.2 release notes, and aside from obvious Live improvements like change of the Link icon to a toggle button, most of the improvements are really Push 2 oriented.
Oh my goodness. Color Bots for Ableton Live 9.5 is really unique in the way it combines cross-synthesis and harmonically complex musical phrases to add interesting colors to your sounds.
Zoom tell us their new recorder, H4n Pro, has improved upon everything that was loved about the original H4n, including better X/Y microphones, clean preamps and super-low noise floor.
Its not unusual for some updates to be more highly lauded than others. But sometimes it’s the small ones that prove to be satisfying. Here’s what’s new from Korg, for the popular Minilogue synthesizer
We went behind the scenes to talk with Moog Senior Software Engineer Geert Bevin about their highly acclaimed Model 15 iPad and iPhone synth app. A riveting read for those interested in Moog & synths.
Featuring synth luminaries like Richard Devine, Vile Electronics and Allert Aalders, this teaser video shows us the rumored Behringer analog synthesizer is actually real, and coming soon.
Do you fancy dancing around like a Jedi knight inside a virtual music studio you can create yourself (all while wearing a Virtual Reality headset), complete with synths and drum kits? Then read on...
In this video tutorial, audio expert Joe Albano, explores the Vintage Opto emulation mode in Logic Pro X’s Compressor, including explaining the original Teletronix LA-2A with tips. Well worth a watch!
Joshua Curry has created a Raspberry Pi synthesizer, named Blue Order. It’s menu system has been written in Python mainly based from example script that came with the Displayotron Hat display.
We were going to bring you this news on the 19th July, but another site leaked it early (we won’t name names…). So, we’re happy to be able to tell you about this excellent mix fixing tool now!
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