Jean-Michel Jarre loves the VCS3 analog synthesizer... and he has been blown away by the sound and flexibilty of the XILS 4 software version. You just need to listen to it to find out why.
Here are the techniques you need to know to import stems, loops and more into your Studio One project - with full automatic tempo stretching.
Remixlive 4.0’s all-new sample edit feature makes sampling and remixing more intuitive than ever before. Here's what you need to know.
Christmas is almost here. If your nearest or dearest is a musician, producer or DJ then one of these 8 weird and wonderful gift ideas (under $330) will likely appeal.
Dorico 2 now includes real-time MIDI recording, an overhauled MIDI transcription engine, new features for media musicians and jazz, and dozens of other improvements across the whole application.
Pocket Operators, Juno 106, Moogs, VHS Synths and much more can be found in this affordable expansion pack that's available now.
Master And Dynamic’s MW07s are the NYC company’s first true wireless earbuds. Could they be the holy grail for hassle-free listening?
Elektron are adding more features to Overbridge 2.0. This time we have an Analog Heat plugin which includes some very cool integration right inside your DAW.
Looking like the love child of a Maschine and mixing desk the 8 channel with 8 programmable sound effects pad RodeCaster Pro brings unique podcast-friendly features including on-board recording.
Pro-Q 3 adds the ability to switch any of its 24 bands to Dynamic EQ mode, with a simple, elegant workflow. Here's what you need to know about FabFilter's latest mixing plug-in.
Bristol-based synth makers, Modal Electronics, have reinvented the CRAFTsynth with V2.0 which looks sleeker and more aesthetically pleasing. It sounds pretty great too, especially for the price.
With comprehensive DAW integration as well as plenty of realtime controls and the ability to interface with your CV-controlled gear, could Novation's SL MkIII be all the controller you ever need?
There’s plenty of advice out there about promoting your music. But how much of it is worth listening to? Here are some facts you need to hear - even if you might not like all of them.
The ContinuuMini is a smaller and more affordable version of Haken Audio's Continuum. Loopop loved the original, and here, he road tests its smaller sibling to find out what it has to offer.
Auto-Tune has been the long-established standard in pitch correction. But what does it offer that built-in DAW tools don't? Matthew Loel T. Hepworth will answer that question.