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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Softube And Marshall Team Up On 2 New Amp Plug-Ins

Softube release two new Marshall-branded amplifier plug-ins: Kerry King Signature and Plexi Super Lead 1959.

RØDE Releases Compact, Studio-Quality USB Microphone, NT-USB

Rode, and recording engineers, podcasters, etc are excited by the arrival of the new NT-USB microphone. Not only is it USB powered but also promises studio quality recordings at an incredible price.

The 'Rarest Synthesizer On Earth', Maggi's MCS70, Brought Back To Life

Francesco Mulassano of Soundmit, tells us the restoration of the MCS 70 is a once in a lifetime occurrence. This incredibly rare Italian analog synthesizer has come back to life.

D16 Group Releases Syntorus 2 Triple-delay-line BBD Chorus Plugin

The original Syntorus delay and chorus plugin from D16 is dead. Long live the new triple-delay-line and chorus plugin, Syntorus 2.

Playing World Sounds on iPad & iPhone Got Easier With TAQS.IM World Synth

TAQS.IM World Synth is the easiest way to play World Sounds, Rhythms Microtonal Music Scales & Drones on your iPhone or iPad.

Steinberg SpectraLayers Elements 6 Now Available

For the first time SpectraLayers now offers an Elements edition, featuring a range of the highly acclaimed spectrum editing tools.

Free Music Tribe Lets You Buy & Sell Music Gear For FREE

There's a new online marketplace that like Reverb, allows you too buy and sell music gear and communicate with the wider community, except this is one is completely free to use. Guess who's behind it!

Roland Announces TAIKO-1, Portable Electronic Version of Japanese Taiko Drum

The new Taiko-1 is a classic Japanese percussion instrument infused with Roland's leading digital percussion technology.

Apple's Universal Purchases Pointing To Future DAWs On Mac & iOS?

Imagine Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Cubase, Studio One, FL Studio, or Bitwig Studio available as a universal app for iPhone, iPad and Mac. Apple's Universal Purchases brings that reality a little closer.

Ampethron Intros Ampethron Portable '" Liveact, DJ & Studio Hardware Synthesizer

A new futuristic, hardware synthesiser for DJs and live performers? That's what Ampethron Portable looks like...

Moog Vocoder Returns + Moses Sumney Visits the Moog Sound Lab to Perform Unreleased Track "Conveyor"

The classic vocoder from Moog Music is back, some 40 odd years after its introduction... and it offers 16 patchable bands, sample & hold, external patching, and much more.

SONG:MODE Push Edition Simplifies Playback & Selection For Ableton Push 1 & 2

Isotonik Studios are behind some of the more inventive and genuinely useful add-ons for Ableton Live and Push users. And SONG:MODE Push is no exception.

Roland TR-808 Inducted Into NAMM TECnology Hall of Fame

The legendary analog drum machine, Roland's TR-808 Rhythm Composer, has finally been recognized for its audio technology contributions and is included in the NAMM TECnology Hall of Fame.

UVI Sound Designers Reveal How They Sampled 250 Vintage Synths

There's five sound designers at UVI responsible for the vast array of sampled instruments that are part of their highly acclaimed Vintage Vault 3. Find out their sampling workflow secrets here.

Attractive New Overlays For Moog Minitaur and Sirin Synths Will Make You Swipe Left

The Moog Minitaur and Moog Sirin analog synthesizers just got more attractive... literally, thanks to these overlays from Oversynth.com.