Using different sampling techniques can make a world of difference when it comes to the end results. Find out why in this tutorial from G.W Childs...
We're excited by this deal for Audified's MixChecker. You can save $50 in this sale on their acclaimed mixing assistant that'll save you time and money and make your mixes sound better for everyone.
One of the most exciting MIDI controllers announced in the past few years is the Specialwaves Mine. You can choose the layout and controls for the controller. Now this online tool makes it easier.
So you want to remove that tangled mess of cables from your studio / stage setup? This new compact bluetooth receiver from Alto Professional might be exactly what you need.
Interested in alien landscapes, warped sci-fi space journeys, and sonic time tunnels? This new futuristic VST synth, Particle Collider SX7 will take your sounds into the next century! Go to Warp Speed
Knowing how much power - even dedicated DSP power - your plugins are using can be crucial to deciding how to proceed with a mix, as Alex Solano explains in relation to the Universal Audio Neve bundle.
Cakewalk tells us their new L-Phase plug-in series stands out with commanding features for both mixing and mastering. Here's details on their new additions for the mixing and mastering producer.
Here's a new polyphonic 8-voice synthesizer in development from Baloran based on the Moog Source. Here's some details and listen to what it sounds like.
Native Instruments Stems is a relatively new format for DJs and producers to make music. Now you automatically master this format online using LANDR in a very interesting turn of events.
Crush delay and digital circuit bending in a box that sounds as good as it looks? Scott Riesterer checks out Befaco Crush Delay 2.
Selection based processing opens up whole new worlds in Logic Pro X 10.3. Darren Burgos shows you some practical examples of how it works.
Pop into the studio with grammy award-winning composer Lorne Balfe as he gives us a sneak preview of his score / piano roll arrangement for Lego Batman, the movie.
The SX-1 is a stand alone expander that doesn't require a Synthi to use it, though can be connected if you wish. Plus, it's being co-developed by Future Sound of London.
Roland's Plug-Out synths are multi-talented, so here's Rishabh Rajan to help you get straight to the heart of how they work.
With some synths being released in a multitude of colors (Korg, we're thinking about the new Monologues) it's nice to see a cool synth like the OP-1 from Teenage Engineering in black. And it's sexy!