This new free software for owners of the UNO synth isn't just a way to manage presets - it's a whole plug-in instrument for your DAW and an app for your iPad too.
Carry Reason's powerful Europa synth with you wherever you go - make sounds and sequences then export back to your desktop to use in the full version of Reason. And it's free!
This Free Update for the power synth that is Omnisphere 2.5 features hardware synth integration, new sound library and expanded synthesis modes. Lots of good things for everyone.
Hear Jade's track Amethyst deconstructed and learn how she uses hardware synths to create a live feel for her productions through automation and other techniques.
24 tracks, 12 mono channels with XLR inputs, on-board effects and designed for both studio and live use. Tascam's new Model 24 is a versatile, powerful digital multitrack recorder that's easy to use.
Slice and dice your way to better tracks, create custom MIDI setups, arrange songs and export stems. Learn how to do it all with this course on AKAI's MPC 2 software.
Say goodbye to the Moogerfooger.... after 20 years Moog are hanging up its proverbial boots. But what's coming next from the Asheville synth and effect making company?
Learn everything you need to know about ROLI's unique Blocks system from connecting and setting up through to making loops, beats and songs.
Loopop, friend of AskAudio, has done it again. This time he's snagged an advance unit of the keenly awaied Polyend and Dreadbox synth and sequencer, Medusa. Here's the video review.
Enter the Bob Moog Foundation raffle and you have the chance to win one of three vintage analog synthesizers from the Moog back catalogue: Memorymoog, Moog Source and the Moog Rogue.
DSP Synths wants you to understand the ins and outs of making your own basic synthesizer. Why not Combine the makeAsynth kit with our online synthesis courses too!
Learn how to create groundshaking bass, big beats and all the production tricks that come together to make the mightiest of musical styles - dub.
The popular event, which is now completely free, will feature live performances, panels and exhibitors from many leading music tech companies including ROLI and Teenage Engineering.
If you've ever forgotten a lyric during a live show, you'll want to have a look at Stageprompter, a discrete and user-controllable lyric display system for live performers.
After reviewing the Koma Field Kit, Scott Riesterer was keen to see how it fared against his own, custom-built rig. Here's what he discovered.