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Korg Gadget is coming to the Nintendo Switch platform and now we know the price and that it will be released next week.
New features include 64-bit, $1000 of plug-ins, 192kHz support and much more. Here's the lowdown on the first major update to ACID Pro in many years.
Adding dynamic modulation to any part in a Logic session just got easier. Joshua Carney explores the Step FX plug in this short video.
Get better control over organising, searching and managing your installed Kontakt libraries with this new update, free for all Kontakt users via Native Access.
Here's a really good video review of the Behringer Model D analog synth, clone of the the Moog Minimoog Model D. There's so much to love about this $300 synth and some points to be aware of too.
This interesting-looking expressive MIDI ring works to give you control over software and hardware instruments and effects. Here's all the details.
The developers of this unique instrument have teased some of the new features and they look really cool - but what else will be included? Here's what we know so far.
Free KOMPLETE KONTROL 2.0 release extends the NKS standard to effects, for enhanced browsing, pre-mapping, and more.
Here are 10 cool keyboard shortcuts and workflow techniques to effortlessly enhance your Ableton Live experience. How many did you know?
So you want to create your ideal MIDI controller, but don't want to go DIY and would rather have a system where each module fits together and looks really great? Say hello to GRID from Intech Studios.
At Superbooth we'll have the chance to see, and try, the new 4 track, 32 step hardware sequencer from Pittsburgh Modular. It's eurorack compatible and you can see it in action in these videos.
Positive Grid has a reputation for making uniquely powerful amp simulations with more features than most. Joe Albano put Bias Amp 2 to the test.
Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) are the center of most music studios. It's where we spend the most time recording, editing, arranging, mixing and mastering audio. So which is the most popular DAW?
The classic TC Electronic classic digital delay unit from 1985 has been reborn. TC2290-DT is a hardware controlled plug-in. It's $349. And it's coming this June 2018!