Behringer might have scored a 1st with this. It's an augmented reality interface for controlling their upcoming DeepMind 12 analog poly synth. We're not just talking navigating the menu either ;)
If you enjoy creating long, lush drones, washed up noise and more using a reverb processor, then you'll love S L O W from Tim Exile. Even better... it's FREE!
Featuring a 16 pad sampler & step sequencer & Dave Smith Instruments analog filters, Pioneer DJ's TORAIZ-SP-16 is aimed at forward thinking DJs & producers. Sara Simms finds out if they hit the mark.
We're thrilled to partner with our friends at Erica Synths who will be presenting our 2nd FREE, live Masterclass on Eurorack & Modular Synths today in the AskAudio Academy. And you an win a module!
Not every good synth plugin need cost an arm and a leg. Podolski from U-He is a very capable FREE synth with an awesome arpeggiator. Watch GW Childs design a cool bass pattern inside this beast.
The new Shift 2.0 from Sinevibes takes a step-sequencer envelope generator as its source for controlling either a frequency shifter or a ring modulator. Be prepared for some very interesting sounds!
Maschine JAM, peformance and production hardware controller for Maschine and DAWs has barely been available one week and already mixingtable.com has released a special, wooden desk stand for JAM.
An ostinato is a repeating musical phrase and can be found in many rock and pop songs and game and film soundtracks. In this tutorial Jay Asher demonstrates how to create great sounding ones in Logic.
If you love the Roland JD-XA but want a solution for the shiny, reflective front cover panel, this video shows how to install the JD-XA overlay for a lovely matte finish. And it's FREE!
2BTruman decide he wants the analog feel, but the power of digital when it comes to making music. And so the Genesis 1 synthesizer (running Ableton Live) was born. Here's some early info!
NI has come up with whole new way to perform and produce with Maschine and it’s got some clever tricks up its sleeve. We couldn’t wait to unwrap Maschine Jam…
Ice Cream or I-VI-IV-V is a popular chord progression that can be found in many 1950s and 1960s ballads. In this tutorial Jay Asher explores this early rock n' roll classic progression.
What do you get when you combine some of the best loved Eurorack synth modules together into one module? A super modules, of course. And Ninstrument are doing just that!
File under: must watch humor and ideas for the future / present when singing a young person to sleep.
In part 2 of our series exploring musical genres and the influential artists and songs that have characterised and inspired us, Hollin Jones puts rock music in the spotlight.