Roland has taken a new approach with its Cloud system and the latest additions are the classic Juno 106 and Jupiter 108 models. But how do they compare to the real thing?
Interference in your mic recordings can come from a bewildering array of different places. Joe Albano explains the most common culprits, and how to avoid them.
Yamaha Reface synths are Soundmonodo-ready. In short that means you save and share sounds online via the social site on Mac, PC and Android devices. Now they've passed 10,000 uploads!
Melo Audio tells us that Lolly, the affordable mobile microphone for creating immersive audio is compact, easy to use, battery-free, and captures 3D sound with high precision and full fidelity.
Building instruments and processors from scratch isn't always easy but can be very rewarding. Audulus 3 might just be the tool that persuades you to take the plunge.
Computers can seem like the default tool for making electronic music, but it doesn't have to be that way. What are the advantages of working entirely without a DAW? Find out with this article & video.
It's a day every cat parent dreads... how to break it to your cat that life isn't all beats, basslines and biscuits?
The Isotonik Studios MultiClip Editor and MIDI Modulators has now been updated with a rather cool arpeggiator. Ableton Live users are in for a treat!
The SX-1 is a stand alone expander based on the Synthi AKS KS Expander, made by Digitana and Future Sound of London. Check out their new video preview of the synth and word on their Superbooth plans.
A mixer is an essential part of most music setups, but what if your needs are relatively modest? Behringer aims to deliver flexibility at a competitive price.
Learn guitar improvisation techniques online and become a better artist with jazz, rock, and blues guitar legend, Scott Henderson. Explore more with Scott's approach to fretboard organisation and more
Share your custom sounds from a Korg Minilogue, Monologue or MicroKorg and the best banks gets featured on Korg social plus will win either a Monologue, Volca FM or Korg Swag.
So you've fixed some of your solo producer bad behaviors... but there are more ways you could improve! In this new instalment, Joe Albano explains how.
If you want visuals that respond to music Critter & Guitari's new video synth, ETC, is worth checking out. The small New York-based synth maker are known for their crazy machines. ETC is no exception.
Not only is this modular oscillator for Native Instruments Reaktor Blocks insanely powerful, you can also get Matthew Friedrichs' creation for an exclusive $5 discount.