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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Antelope Audio Orion Studio HD HDX & USB 3.0 Interface Now Available

Antelope Audio's Orion Studio HD is packed with FPGA FX from vintage studio gear with 40+ effects in an HDX and USB 3.0 interface. It's shipping now.

Bastl Instruments Semi-Modular Sound & Light Synth, SoftPop, Now Available

If you like playful synths then you're probably going to love the new SoftPop semi-modular synthesizer from Bastl Instruments and Peter Edwards. You MUST watch the video...

Behringer Polivoks Mini? Do You Wish This Was Real?

While the story we're reporting about a Behringer Polivoks Mini synth clone is not real it does raise an interesting question: are you interested? Do you even care?

Korg Announces Powerful New 2.0 Operating System for Pa4X

The latest update for the the Korg PA4X Professional Arranger includes new sounds, drum kit style, performance possibilities and more. Here's what's new in this free 2.0 OS update.

Korg Releases ARP Odyssey Patchbook For Free

Without a digital way to store presets or patches, the Korg ARP Odyssey demands a thorough understanding of every control in order to recreate sounds. This just got easier with the free Patchbook.

Daft Punk's Roland TR-909 For Sale, Features Original Presets From Homework

The fifth Roland TR-909 belong to Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk is now up for sale. On the machine are presets from the era of Homework.

This Ridiculous Video Shows How To Turn Toilet Paper Into Music

Ben Wonder is on a roll... quite literally... as this video on using toilet paper to create music has gone viral. Just watch it...

JunkieXL Explores & Demos His Iconic Yamaha CS Synthesizers

JunkieXL is back with his studio time series. In episode 13, not unlucky here by any stretch of the imagination, we're treated to an in-depth tour of the Yamaha CS series of vintage synths.

Sinevibes Releases Robotizer Rhythmic Audio Granulator Plugin

Sinevibes have released a rather fetching new audio effect plugin, Robotizer. Here's what cool stuff it can do...

The Future of Scoring? Steinberg Updates Dorico 1.1

Steinberg releases a significant update to its new professional scoring application, introducing advanced support for chord symbols, repeat endings, note spacing and much more.

Forget Hover Boards, This Turntable Has A Levitating Platter!

While probably not the ideal system to go scratch crazy on for DJs, there's no denying this sleek and sexy levitating turntable is an eye-catching vinyl lover's dream.

Digitana Recovers EMS Synthi KB1, The Only One Ever Made

This EMS Synthi model never made it to production. Only one was ever made which has resurfaced now and been recovered by Digitana Electronics. Bring on some synth history!

This Customizable MIDI Controller From Tinami Is Inspired By Analog Synths

Looking like something you'd see coming out of the Moog Music labs, the new Tinami customizable MIDI controllers aim to bring that analog touch to your music proudction workflow.

Elektron Announces Octatrack MKII

Swedish musical instrument company Elektron today announced Octatrack MKII, the successor to the highly influential performance sampler Octatrack.

Is Elektron About To Release Octatrack MKII?

We don't know yet whether there is any need to be excited or concerned about this, but Juno Records may have let the Elektron Octatrack MKII out of the bag...