Rounik Sethi

Rounik Sethi

Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & macProVideo. He's built a crack team of professional musicians and writers to create one of the most visited online resources for news, review, tutorials and interviews for modern musician and producer. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic Pro Rounik has taught teachers, professional musicians and hobbyists how to get the best out of Apple's creative software. He has been a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University's Teacher training program, facilitating workshops on using music and digital media tools in the classroom. If you're looking for Rounik, you'll most likely find him (and his articles) on Ask.Audio & macProVideo.com.

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Icon Qcon Pro X DAW Control Surface Video Review

So, you want a DAW control surface that looks the part, and more importantly, speeds up your DAW music production workflow. Find out if the Icon Pro Audio Qcon Pro X ticks all the boxes.

Best Budget Studio Monitors From 2019

Choosing a pair of budget studio monitors just got a whole lot easier thanks to this concise video by Consordini Musical Instruments which gives a brief overview of 9 of the best.

Behringer To Clone Roland CR-78 Drum Machine, You Could Design It!

Imagine an affordable clone of the iconic Roland CR-78 analog drum machine... and what if you were involved in the creation process, including the design, of the machine itself. Hello Behringer...

XILS-lab 505 Is A 70's Style Paraphonic String Machine Synth

XILS 505 is a '˜numeric namesake' virtual instrument inspired by the analog architecture of one of the finest paraphonic string machines of the 70s era.

Interview: Victor Ruiz

Victor Ruiz has gained international acclaim for his original productions, remixes and signature sound. We caught up with him to find out how he works and what his future holds.

NAMM 2020: 10 New Music Gear Highlights

Take a tour of the 10 of our favourite pieces of new music production and DJ gear from NAMM 2020.

Behringer Announces RD-6, TR-606 Style Analog Drum Machine

If you want the sound of the TR-606 as found on records by Plasticman, Massive Attack and many Acid tracks then the Behringer RD-6 is for you.

NAMM 2020: Universal Audio Announces LUNA Recording System DAW

Apollo-powered recording system features Accelerated Realtime Monitoring, built-in Neve Summing, Multitrack Tape Emulation, new LUNA Instruments from Universal Audio, Moog Music, Spitfire Audio + more

NAMM 2020: Waves Reveals Next Big Plugin, OVox Vocal ReSynthesizer

The next generation of vocal synthesis is about to drop from Waves Audio. The OVox Vocal ReSynthesizer promises better ways to transform vocal tracks and productions.

Behringer Announces System 100 - Modular Synthesizer

It's day 1 of NAMM 2020 and guess who's just plunged headfirst into modular synthesizers? Yes, it's Behringer and they've Brough the System 100 back to life with 11 new modules.

NAMM 2020: Apogee Announces Apogee Symphony Desktop Audio Interface

The new Apogee Symphony Desktop is the most affordable Symphony interface yet and includes flagship sound quality, mic preamp emulation, hardware DSP with premium plugins, and a touch screen interface

NAMM 2020: AXR4 Audio Interface Now With USB-C

The latest "next-generation" audio interface from Steinberg includes USB-C connectivity, DSP effects, hybrid microphone preamps and much more.

NAMM 2020: Korg MS-20 Full-Size Synth Reborn In 4 Limited-Edition Colors

40 years on from the original MS-20, Korg have kept their remakes faithful in every way. Though now there are four colors to choose from for a limited time only.

Modal Electronics Intros ARGON8M & ARGON8X Polyphonic Synthesizers

Following the release of the Argon8 synthesiser, Modal Electronics have added a compact desktop module and a 61 key version, both with the same sound engine and 8 voice polyphony as the original.

Behringer TD-3-SR Review & Sequencer Tutorial

The TD-3-SR from Behringer is an authentic clone with a sub €150 price point that seems almost too good to be true. Rishabh Rajan finds out if there's a catch in his video review.