Adding a few choice MIDI effects to tracks in Live can quickly liven things up, creating complex beats and patterns from simple user input. Noah Pred shows you how in this short video.
Working in the digital domain doesn't mean your productions can't get that rich analog sound. Joe Albano reveals which of Logic Pro's plugins to turn to for a vintage vibe.
Control Pack by Noiss Coko & Isotonik Studios is actually three Max4Live devices in one: CC Manager, CC Random and Random. Now you can take control over external instruments and Live 10's parameters.
NI haven't been shouting about the latest Maschine 2.7.3 update, but we think there's enough in here to make Logic Pro X users very happy as well as existing Maschine users.
With Apple's new modular Mac Pro now not coming until 2019, what are your options for getting a high-powered Mac in the meantime? Hollin Jones lays out your choices.
Brazilian-born DJ and producer ANNA started DJ'ing at an early age. Now based in Barcelona, we caught up with her to talk modular synths, production and performance.
You've seen the news, you've read and watched the reviews. Now you can get hands-on with the big hitting new machines from Arturia: MiniBrute 2, MiniBrute 2S and RackBrute.
Take advantage of this unique course with Bitwig pro Thavius Beck to get live, online mentoring and earn an official Bitwig End-User Certificate at the end!
By creating custom MIDI maps or using a pre-mapped MIDI controller you can get great hands-on control of your DJ performances from hardware. Sara Simms shows you how to set it up.
Max 8 from Cycling74 is going to be released in September 2018. In this video on mappings we discover how to quickly connect your hardware controller to your patch without any additional programming.
Take a cinematic scoring instrument, add the ability to use effects on a per-sample level and you're getting close to Sample Logic's Trailer Xpressions 2. Matt Vanacoro fired it up.
German manufacturer, RME, will showcase the newest members of its Digiface Series audio interfaces at NAB — expanding the broadcast community’s connectivity options.
These three new hardware synths from Rebel Technology are infused with magic and the Magus patchable, programmable synth stands out in many cool ways. Check out the videos to see what it's capable of.
Check out this video comparison of the Moog DFAM and Mother-32, as well as a review from Loopop, plus our in-depth review by synth expert Rishabh Rajan.
In this free guide on Bluetooth MIDI for musicians and producers from Sensi, you'll quickly learn the benefits of using this new wireless MIDI protocol as well as what you need to make it work well.