Getting a great vocal sound is easier when you know some production tricks. Double tracking is a good one to have in your toolbox!
At NAMM 2017 one of our first stops was to the Teenage Engineering booth to check out the innovative new Pocket Operator, PO-32 tonic. Its designer, Magnus Lidström showed us how it works.
New GUI, TouchBar support, and much more from selection based processing to track alternatives to more busses to improved workflow with sidechaining, Logic Pro 10.3 aims high. Does it hit the target?
If you've been wanting a new version of HALion then Steinberg have a treat for you today with HALion 6, HALion Sonic 3 VST and Absolute VST, all announced at NAMM 2017.
Not content with one or two new audio interfaces, MOTU are rolling out three! These half-rack USB 2 and iOS, low-latency devices, the M64, 8D and LP32, feature some excellent tech.
Not only is PioneerDJ releasing a true analog monophonic synthesizer a surprise, but this synth (made by Dave Smith Instruments) features circuits based on the popular Prophet 6! Here's all the info.
Softube have got a hit on their hands at NAMM 2017 in the shape of Console 1 MKII. It weighs in at almost half the price of the original, supports over 60 high-end plug-ins and sporting new software.
UA have unleashed version 2 of their popular Apollo Twin audio interface for Mac & Windows featuring realtime UAD Processing, UAD-2 QUAD processing, talkback functionality and improved monitoring.
Apple have released Logic Pro X 10.3 today with a new GUI, some exciting new features and workflow improvements. Here's everything you need to know.
The first major synth announcement from NAMM 2017 is from Teenage Engineering. The PO-32 Tonic is a drum and percussion synth with built-in microphone and export to AU/VST feature.
Making your own samples can be fun and even profitable. Here are some great tips to get you started.
Announced for NAMM 2017 Apogee's Symphony Control software provides excellent features such as being able to use two Symphony I/O MKII Thunderbolt interfaces for 64 channels.
The Novation Circuit Editor from Isotonik just got a massive shot in the arm and has gone "pro". Here's all the details and a video overview.
Samplitude Pro X3 may not be the best known Windows DAW, but could it actually be one of the best performers?
Grooves can be used to change the feel of any part, and they’re quick and easy to work with. AfroDJMac shows you how in this short video.