Roland and Studio Electronics collaborate on debut synth in new Roland Boutique Designer series with the sleek and sexy SE-02 analog synthesizer. Here's the videos and details you need to check out.
Mixing on headphones can be useful and even necessary in some situations. But it brings with it a unique set of conditions and considerations. Joe Albano explains all you need to know...
While Live 9 users begin to wonder what new features and design Ableton Live 10 will incorporate, one designer, Nenad Milosevic, has gone the extra mile with this stunning redesign.
Knowing whether you're working on a straight-up remix, bootleg or mashup can mean the difference between getting paid or doing something really out there. Olav Basoski explains why.
With ever more live streaming options available to musicians, here are some important tips for making sure your stream looks its best and reaches the widest audience possible.
If you're after a multi-talented sample-based instrument that covers all kinds of composition and sound design uses, Zero-G's Ethera Soundscapes might be just what you've been looking for.
Hang on, guitar pedals for synths? Yes! Incorporating guitar processing into your signal chain can add new dimensions to your synth tones that you wouldn't have believed possible.
The Elektron Digitakt packs fun and serious features in an intuitive and easy to use digital drum machine/sampler. Now there are some angled cases to help it sit even more conveniently in your studio.
Detroit is world famous for its electronic music scene, notably the fact that it was the birthplace of the techno movement. Here, Sara Simms delves into the history of Movement, its flagship festival.
Being an electronic musician precludes you from street performance, right? Not at all! G.W Childs recounts his experiences of taking his setup to the streets, and shares some valuable tips.
In the latest edition of Studio Time, Junkie XL focuses on the new side of Roland's synth line up, specifically the Boutique range. There's lots to like here!
If you're on the look out for a new iOS synth this weekend and are partial to the West Coast approach to synthesis, then you're going to love Ripplemaker!
If you wish you instinctively knew the exact tempo of a track by seeing the BPM numeric measurement only, then you're going to love this video of the Metronome Man!
If you're looking for an affordable but versatile collection of instruments and effects to serve a range of uses from leads to textures, CinÃ©matique Instruments Mociula might have the answer.
Sibelius has score editing tools that go beyond what Pro Tools can currently offer, so you may want to use both for maximum productivity. Matt Vanacoro explains how in five easy steps.