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The clever folks from Cremacaffe have been in touch to show us their latest synth stand, Spike XL. Designed for large desktop synths and drum machines it could also improve your posture while playing.
With a massive €50 million investment in Native Instruments announced by EMH Partners you may be wondering, like us, what this will mean for current and future products like Maschine and Komplete.
Ableton Live 9 users that own a ROLI Blocks rejoice. Ableton's update takes Live 9.7.5 with a couple of useful bug fixes and improved support for the cool controller.
If you spend a lot of time looking at Logic Pro X's interface an fancy giving it a bit of makeover, LPX Colorizer from Creationauts does the job well.
These red, green and orange accented affordable audio interfaces from Roland, first announced in January 2017, are now available. Here's what you need to know about the new Rubix line.
Get the sound of your favourite XLR mic on the go with a full-featured ultra-compact digital interface/preamp for iPhone, iPad, Mac and PC.
How would you feel if you checked your email and found you'd won over $8,843 USD+ of top music software and hardware from AskAudio? Watch this video to see Fabien Norger's reaction.
Dangerous Music debuts their new revolutionary “CONVERT-AD+” roundtrip system for tracking to mixing to mastering during AES in New York.
How would you feel if you woke up one day and found you'd won over $8,843 USD+ of the hottest music software and hardware available? Watch this video to see Malachi Daniel Hemmert's reaction.
Imagine using an Arturia Beatstep to compose and create music in Ableton Live without ever needing to touch the computer's keyboard or mouse. That's what Ultim4L have made with this Max4Live device.
Pioneer DJ wants everyone to know about their new DJS-1000, a hardware stand alone sampler, sequencer and performance machine designed by DJs for DJs.
The new DSP Synthesizers USB-MIDI2CV is an interface not much bigger than a cable that brings the world of USB MIDI to your old analog synths and eurorack systems. And it's affordable too.
iLok is well known amongst musicians as a piracy protection system for music software. Traditionally tied to either a USB dongle or a machine, licenses can now be delivered through iLok Cloud.
Have you been hoping for Moog Music to release a complete eurorack synthesizer? This eurorack system made from re-panels of existing Moog machines shows us what an official version could look like.
Some of you have waited with fingers crossed for a while to see if you were one of the lucky ones who won in the AskAudio $103K Music Gear Contest. Here's the winners and their cool reaction videos!
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