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Here's the most read music gear reviews from 2017 on Ask.Audio. The gear in question was tested by our pro authors and the roundup lists were curated with careful consideration. Enjoy.
Imagine being able to record a sound into Ableton Live, loop it based on up to 36 grains and create interesting textures and soundscapes that nobody else ever would. That's Samsara.
Novation are going to have a big presence at the NAMM 2018 show. Here's a little of what they have planned.
UVI announces SubCulture, a new Falcon expansion delivering dark subs, stabs, deep bass leads, atmospheres, FX and more for $39 | 39€.
From recording to arranging, mixing to mastering, Ableton Live to Logic Pro. There's been a lot of excellent tutorial articles published in 2017. Here's 12 of the most popular.
Want one large XY controller, 50 switches or anything in between? Just print your board to control all of your pedals, amps and DAWs with Poly Expressive.
It's not a happy start to 2018 for Spotify. A new copyright lawsuit has been filed against them to the tune of $1.6 Billion for unlicensed use of songs by Neil Young, The Doors, Weezer and many more.
So you use MIDI controllers, the MIDI protocol every day in your studio or live music setup. But how much do you know about how it works? Here's what MIDI Channel Voice Messages are all about.
Well, it looks like NAMM 2018 is going to be the year when a number of new hardware synthesizers will be unveiled. Amongst them we suspect this timely tease from Behringer hails a new ARP 2600 clone.
From real analog synths to clones, laptops with 3 screens to 52 free audio plugins, Spotify changing its loudness target to Adidas shoes that look like the TR-808. This is the best of our news 2017.
Start the new year with these three inventive Reaktor ensembles which are now free for a limited-time only. DropSynth, A Memory of Light, and WavCloud are yours to download.
2017 saw a plethora of Kontakt instruments that took what we thought was possible to the next level both in sound quality and feature sets. Here's some of our favorites from the past year.
The announcement of the upcoming Jamstick guitars coincides with brand new software upgrades for the Jamstik playing experience, including a web-based play portal and updated JamTutor app for iOS.
The greatest synth event of the year is coming to The Fez in Berlin in just four months. Superbooth 218 promises to be bigger and better than ever so get your discounted tickets before it's too late.
Here's the latest news for the curiously cool customizable Tinami MD-1 MIDI controller. It looks set to be available in February 2018 for under €200!!
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