If you love the sound of this track, G.W Childs is here to show you how to recreate it in your own studio using Ableton Live and some creative vocoding.
The last thing modern musicians need is for their creativity to be distracted by contracts, tracking payments, chasing jobs, etc. That's where AudioHunt Studio Assistant comes in to play.
Reverb.com are offering Propellerhead Reason Essentials for $10 during April (normally $69) when purchased with a qualifying piece of recording hardware.
And the answer is... we'd like to think it will! But what you see below isn't a leaked mock-up by Apple. It is a concept image and video animation from the creative folks at curved.de.
Behringer have confirmed they'll be launching two new synths at Superbooth. Our money is somewhere between an analog drum machine, DeepMind 12 desktop, Minimoog Model D clone and a $49 mystery synth.
An atonal orchestral phrase library can be just the ticket when you're looking for something a little different for your scoring or composition work. Gary Hiebner road tests Sonokinetic's Espressivo.
Combining serious synths, dreamy vocals, evocative melodies and playful musical toys, Giorgia Angiuli adds her authentic feminine touch to electronic musical styles dominated by men with flair and fun
You have probably seen the software versions, but how much do you know about the legendary hardware synths that inspired generations of music makers?
Fancy being able to make your own clone of the legendary Roland TR-808? E-lick-tronic's new Yocto 2 kit is designed for you to do just that, and it won't break the bank either.
Is the soon to be released SEQ from Polyend the hardware step sequencer that's going to make all other sequencers feel small and insignificant? Here's the latest video of SEQ in action.
BT's new synth instrument, aptly named BT Phobos, is a deep collaboration with Spitfire Audio and is ideal for the creation of cinematic electronic, epic, and hybrid compositions.
Apogee's Symphony I/O Mk II audio interface already packs a punch. If its existing features were;y enough for you then be prepared for Standalone mode, 64 channels of I/O, and so much more.
Kontakt allows developers - with a great deal of work - to build some truly astonishing self-contained instruments. Noah Pred finds out if Sample Logic's Rhythmology is up there with the best.
Blending real and virtual instruments, when done correctly, can help to ensure that your productions sound more live than they really are. Joe Albano explains why.
Oscillators are at the heart of many kinds of synthesized sound. In this video you'll see how they can be tweaked to make better pads, or indeed many other types of patch.