If the price tag of music software puts you off then this FREE version of Gadget for Mac will appeal. It includes a subsection of the synths, instruments and effects from the full version for free.
Remember summer camp? Imagine the bit of summer camp with top name musicians and producers for 5 inspiring days. It's happening soon... here's the details and 25% off discount too!
Sound Forge Pro 3 for Mac is here, and it's aiming to cater for all your wave editing needs. So after some time away from the spotlight, what's new? We find out.
Designing sound for specific kinds of video projects requires its own unique approach. Here's how you should approach it, and some pitfalls to watch out for.
The new Roland SPD::ONE series are compact, electronic percussion pads that can be played with drumsticks, hands, or feet. The SPD::ONE WAV can playback as much as 360 minutes of samples!
Good news, with Spotify's latest announcement, the loudness wars may finally be coming to an end. So what does this mean for producers?
If you want a Bass Station 2 and a Circuit, you’d expect to have to buy both. But wait! The new Novation Circuit Mono Station combines the best of both in one box. Check out our hands-on video review.
If you thought getting into modular synthesis could bankrupt you, think again. These tiny, cheerful looking 8-bit synth modules, MiniMo, are flexible, adaptable and extremely affordable.
This single channel analog compressor and tone shaper is affordable and capable of everything from subtle to extreme sound coloration. Naturally, we couldn't wait to put it through its paces...
Logic comes with a bunch of bundled plug-ins but while you may know the reverbs and delays, some of the more unusual models have much to offer, as Joe Albano explains.
What could make creatives and musicians upset about a new, more powerful and capable MacBook Pro? Forbes are predicting a price drop from Apple could do the trick.
ALK from ZenAud.io wants to be the missing piece of the puzzle that is the ideal live performance looper / sequencer / DAW. There's some deep yet intuitive features, and you can try it out for free.
So you've created an excellent electronic track. It sounds great. The components are all there. People like it. But something is missing... tension. Problem solved with Dada Life's Endless Smile.
Omnisphere is one of the biggest and most all-encompassing instruments around, and now Spectrasonics has combined it with the awesome Keyscape library to make something truly vast.
So you just know you’ve got the goods to make hits: you’ve got the ears, you know the trends, and you’ve got the nerve. Now you need the gear. Here's why you need an audio interface in your setup.