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In this tutorial-video Liam O'Mullane (aka. The Sound Tutor) opens up with Machine 2.0 secret playbook to show how to create bass rhythms that sync perfectly with the kick drum and a lot more too.
The Apollo Twin was awarded Outstanding Technical Achievement in Computer Audio Hardware at the recent NAMM 2015 TEC awards ceremony. This wasn't a big surprise for us really!
If you've got (or are thinking of getting) the Moog Theremini, then this will make you smile. The Moog Theremini Advanced Software Editor gives you access to new layers of its synthesis engine.
It doesn’t take much to get a modular synth fan excited… but this picture of Deadmau5's mega modular wall is going to cause some fainting and swooning no doubt. Sure looks like fun!
If you’re a fan of noise-based electronic music and love experimental live performance then you probably know of Morton Subotnik. If you haven’t been introduced to his pioneering work here's a treat.
NAMM 2015 was quite an event with some tasty new gear announced and demoed. JD from AskVideo and myself sat down to chat about some of the most impressive new gear.
Akai Professional are pleased to announce the all-new Advance Keyboard series was awarded the prestigious Best in Show award at the recent NAMM show in Anaheim CA.
CS15D is an extensive multi-sample Live Pack reproducing the sound of the vintage Yamaha CS-15D, a great sounding monophonic analog synthesizer released in 1979.
Direct from Britain, Analogue Solutions have introduced their new Oberheim-style analog synthesizer module with real analogue circuitry... and it's space saving too!
If you've got an Ableton Push, Pioneer RMX-500 or a Pioneer DDJ-SP1 controller then you'll likely want to keep it safe from harm when transporting it to your next performance. Enter UDG hardcases.
The TIBO Urban 500 might sound more like a 4x4, but it's not. It's actually a highly versatile all-in-one DJ Station that can connect to a laptop, mobile device and features a 2-channel mixer.
If you're a sucker for vintage looking microphones (who isn't?) but want modern electronics inside, then Ear Trumpet's new Evelyn studio stereo microphone will get your juices flowing.
A new video from Focusrite on YouTube features singer-songwriter Tommy Ashby being recorded on two iPhones playing Broken Bones. One with the iTrack Pocket and one without.
Tone2 AudioSoftware are back with a new soundset for Electra2. This time it's a vocoder. Whether you want robotic voices, vocal synths or vocoded beats, this module is set to deliver all the above.
Check out this video showing how, using the Ototo synth board, a man makes a MIDI synth guitar in one hour that can control Apple's MainStage (or any MIDI compatible music software).
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