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Steinberg Releases Free Trial For Cubase 9

Choosing your DAW can be a daunting process. But what if you could try out one of the top performers for 30 days with no limitations? Steinberg have released a 30 day free trial for Cubase!

Why Throwing Cake At Steve Aoki Or Any DJ Isn't A Great Idea

There's lots of good reasons you don't throw food or drink near your music studio gear. And as this video proves the same needs to apply for DJ gear in stage during a Steev Aoki performance.

How to Sync NI Traktor and Ableton Live

Ableton Live and NI's Traktor are both supreme live performance tools, so what could be better than linking them together? Sara Simms shows you some easy ways to do it.

These FREE Ableton Live And Kontakt Instruments Are Made From Crystal Goblets

Trust Isotonik Studios to bring two excellent collaborators together (Invidius from Performodule and Nick from Flintpope) to create simply beautiful instruments for Ableton Live and Kontakt for FREE!

Writing Music For A Client? Here's What You Need To Know About Your Rights

There are many kinds of deal available when you are commissioned to write music. Paul Bissell explains what you need to know to ensure you get the best one for you.

Review: Sinevibes Dispersion - Delightfully Deranged Delay Distribution

Delay can be a vital tool in your mixing arsenal. If you want something that goes beyond your DAW's standard delay, Sinevibes just might have the answer with Dispersion.

How To Make Your Mixes Translate To Smaller Listening Systems

There's an art to getting mixes sounding good on every device, and smaller ones present a unique challenge. Here's how you can compensate for small speakers and fix your mixes.

LayR Is One Of The Most Impressive Polyphonic Synths For iOS To Date

Synths for iPad and iPhone are no longer seen as 2nd class citizens. Moog Model 15 and now the impressive LayR from Living Memory Software are mobile synths well worth considering.

Roland Releases Plugin Versions Of Classic Jupiter-8 and Juno-106 Hardware Synths

You don't have to buy hardware to get classic analog synth sounds from the 80s. Roland Cloud 4.0 now includes the Juno-106 and Jupiter-8 classics in software plugin form.

Review: Eventide Fission

Fission allows you to split a sound into its transient and tonal parts, independently manipulate them using Eventide's world-class effects and then fuse them back together.

Behringer Announces $400 Minimoog Model D Synth

Uli Behringer reveals the latest design and features of their upcoming clone of he iconic Moog Minimoog Model D analog synthesizer. It looks great. Features look good. The price? Simply stunning!

Using Chaos Oscillators To Bring Movement To Your Bass Sounds In Serum

An element of unpredictability can be programmed into your synths to add character, warmth and depth to any bass patch. Multiplier shows you how.

Superbooth17, Berlin Music Machine Event Shaping Up, Final Ticket Pre-Order

April 20th is almost here. Superbooth17 is almost here. Workshops are shaping up nicely. And there's still a few pre-order tickets available. What could be better for synth heads!?

Piper Payne Shows Us Around Her $150K Analog Mastering Studio

Piper Payne talks about her $150k analog mastering room and gets real about the price points for professional mastering services in this useful 2 minute video.

Review: Bitwig Studio 2

Bitwig Studio is one of the new kids on the block in DAW terms but really impressed us when it first appeared. So when we got our hands on the brand new version 2, would it still blow us away?