Newest Articles

/ 9516 Articles

Arturia About To Release AudioFuse Audio Interface

Arturia are gearing up to release the eagerly anticipated AudioFuse audio interface, first revealed back in January 2015 at NAMM. There's lots to like about this interface. Here's the news.

How Giving Your Music Away Can Help Your Music Career

Wait, come back! There really are good reasons why strategically giving away some of your music in certain situations can help build your profile. Read on to find out how it works.

Nono Modular Space Case, Foldable, Travel Friendly Eurorack Cases That Are Beautiful & Practical

Nono Modular space cases are the new eurorack cases with the traveling synth player in mind. They bring together the human and machine aspects in three different cases for different needs.

Drumlines Is A Lo-Fi Reaktor 6 Drum Instrument With 9216 Loop Variations

If you want a Reaktor instrument that'll give you 9216 loop variations with the ability to quickly create unusual, textured beats for next to nothing? Check out Flintpope's Drumlines Lofi Refill.

Review: MOK Waverazor

Gary Hiebner took MOK Waverazor for a spin and found that as well as being a futuristic virtual synth, it had more than a hint of throwback about it too...

Choosing Your First Synthesizer

With so many synths out there it can be daunting knowing where to begin looking. But it needn't be! Here are some excellent tips on choosing your first synth from someone with quite the collection...

M-Audio Announces Two New Studio Monitor Speakers In BX D3 Series

M-Audio tells us their two new high-performance studio reference monitors—the BX5 D3 and BX8 D3—employ advanced engineering and highest-quality drivers to deliver unsurpassed detail and accuracy.

Review: Ancient Era Persia

If they'd had virtual instrument libraries in ancient Persia they might have sounded like this. But what is a Kaval, anyway? Jay Asher found out with help from Best Service.

The Belleville Three & How Techno Was Born

Three friends from a small town changed the face of electronic music across the world. But how did it happen? Here's Sara Simms to tell the story.

How To Make Your Own Awesome DIY Fairlight CMI Classic Synth & Sampler

Building your own Fairlight CMI style synth is easier than you might have thought. Especially when equipped with an old iPad 2 that has enough juice to run the Vogel CMI app...

Review: LiquidSonics Seventh Heaven Professional Reverb

Sometimes you want to go beyond what your DAW's own reverb can offer. In the case of LiquidSonics' Seventh Heaven Professional Reverb, G.W Childs is glad he did.

Setting Up Perfect Monitor Mixes With UA Apollo

Getting the perfect monitor mix can be tricky but by using the awesome power available in the UA Apollo hardware and software, it needn't be a chore, as Matt Vanacoro explains.

The Akai Timbre Wolf Reimagined: Say Goodbye To The Keyboard

The Akai Pro Timbre Wolf has a reputation. Some love it. Some hate it. So in a bid to improve this 4-voice analog poly synth Haydn Hamilton decided to remove its keyboard completely. Good idea?

This Video Demystifies The Loudness Wars

We've all heard about the loudness wars, but what does the term actually mean? Matt Hepworth uses WaveLab plus some commercial tracks to show you just how loud music has got - and what to do about it.

Here's The Trailer For New Documentary On One Of America's Electronic Music Pioneers

Morton Subotnik is one of the most well-respected and accomplished pioneers of electronic music around, having worked with Don Buchla amongst others. Check out the trailer for this new documentary.