Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & the macProVideo Hub. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic (and a self-confessed Mac fanatic) he's 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.
Imagine creating authentic sounds you'd find on the Prophet 5, Pro One, Roland SH-101, or Jupiter-6 from a single eurorack module. Thanks to Halcyon Modular using the CEM 3340 chip in Miasma you can!
Otto's DIY is a prototyping environment for eurorack enthusiasts and module makers. It's low cost, accessible and potentially very, very cool.
The Behringer Neutron, analog synthesizer is shipping in a few months yet we still know relatively little about it compared to others. Here's the latest reveal video from Behringer and its features.
Well, technically, the answer to the question is simple. Palette is indeed a sampler for Reaktor. But, it has identity issues and thinks it is a synth. Or put another way, it's more than a Rompler!
Audio Damage Discord4 is an update on the previous version of their dual pitch-shifting delay that features a new UI, flexible LFO, granular engine, new signal path and more.
Positive Grid tells us that BIAS Amp 2 has a host of new features and offers guitarists complete tone control thanks to their new partnership with Celestion.
When Elektron releases a new synthesizer there's always a lot of interest. And the Digitone is no exception. In this 23 minute in-depth review of the main feature Loopop puts it through its paces.
MMA has unveiled two protocols that have been officially adopted as part of the MIDI spec that will make instruments easier to use and more expressive to play. The future is looking bright!
Eplex7 DSP tells us their latest instrument, Quantakor, generates its futuristic soundscapes and experimental ambient sounds using artificial intelligence.
It was tough, but we eventually picked our 10 favorite pieces of gear featured at, or during, NAMM 2018. Most of these debuted at the largest music show on the planet and there's a few surprises too!
Interested in adding randomness to chance-fueled tracks in Ableton Live? Chance Ten are easy-on-the-eye MaxforLive devices from Isotonik & LDM Design, inspired by Brian Eno you need to check out.
It's the new Elektron synth! Digitone is a polyphonic FM synthesizer with some cool workflow features we've come to expect from Elektron. Check out what it's capable of.
An expressive, modular MIDI controller that can be a keyboard controller, drum pads, XY pad, fret board, and much more in a matter of seconds. Oh, and it remembers its mappings... that's Joué!
The Korg Prologue is a multi-voice analog poly synth. Prologue 8 and 16 come equipped with 49 or 61 full-size keys and are 8-voice and 16-voice respectively. We delve deeper into it at NAMM.
Nick Kwas from Korg USA was on hand at NAMM to show us around the new Volca Mix, the 4-channel analog mixer in this video.
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