Steve Duda, the man behind Xfer Records' Serum synth, Cthulhu and LFO tool, shares his take on the future of VSTs and VSTis. A fascinating read for all producers and computer musicians.
If you love hardware synths and music machines you'll want to listen to our Synth Stories audio podcast. In episode 002 Panic Girl talks about using the JoMoX XBase 09 on The Breeze EP.
Rob Papen is known for his excellent sounding and well designed software synths and effects. In this interview we chat with him about the future of the VST / VSTi, and music software in general.
What do Nine Inch Nails, Saw Movie & Wayward Pines soundtracks have in common? Charlie Clouser of course. This prolific musician, composer and synthesist reveals his creative & studio workflows.
Brining together musicians and synth lovers in a friendly, accessible space in a beautiful European city is exactly what Torino Synth Meeting is all about. The founder reveals more in this interview.
If you love hardware synths you'll love the new podcast feature on Ask.Audio: Synth Stories. For episode 001 The Glitz talk about their story with the ARP Odyssey and their new track Chubby Cheek.
Chuckie is a world-famous DJ and producer, the man behind "Dirty Dutch Music", a DJ mixing genius, and has reworked tracks from David Guetta to Eric Morillo and even done edits for Michael Jackson.
If you know about synths and you Berlin, you've probably come across Andreas Schneider or his shop, SchneidersLaden. Also the founder of Superbooth16, Andreas chats about this new music event & more.
In this excellent video interview with Grammy award winning producer, Jack Joseph Puig, we discover his favorite plugins, how he uses them, and more. Bless the man as his voice is clearly broken.
Sought after producer, Oz Craggs, opens the door to his studio in this revealing video interview. He explains how he first got the buzz for producing music, and shares recording & mixing tips.
In part two of this excellent Native Instruments video interview series with living legend of electronic music, Jean-Michel Jarre, the focus is on sampling, delays, and how to keep music making fun.
On the eve of the 11th anniversary of macProVideo.com (sister site of Ask.Audio) CEO, Martin Sitter, invites us into his studio to talk about his latest Moog-inspired musical project and more.
From the early days of producing on 4-track to owning the Lobster Boy label and releasing the X Colour album, Redlight has come a long way since his Bristol beginnings. He talks about his process.
Producer Russ Russell shares his metal and other genre production workflows in this engaging video interview. No matter the genre of music you produce there's useful recording & production tips here.
Pete Townshend talks about the process of recording and writing with his ASP8024 console, and how a large console affects his recording workflow in this video interview.