Modular is at the buzz word in the music industry now, but wait... here's a modular, multiband effects plug-in, not hardware, which allows you to build your own effects chains quickly & easily.
If you're feeling overwhelmed by Reaktor's plethora of scripting & programming options, then Blocks might be your saviour. Matt Vanacoro presents a quick and easy guide to getting started with Blocks.
Founder of Desert Hearts, Mikey Lion and Burning Man sensation, Sabo, have collaborated on an EP, Into The Jungle. We chatted with them about tech, playing intimidate festivals and more.
Bitwig and Irrupt mark the beginning of their interesting collaboration with 1GB of free sounds available inside Bitwig Studio. Irrupt are providing their system inside the DAW.
Ian Shepherd tells us the big issue for music is not loudness, but dynamics. With this in mind, Dynameter provides a real-time display of your track's dynamics in the form of an easy to use graph.
If you're a "travel light" musician looking for a MIDI keyboard controller you may have taken note when Korg released the microKEY Air & microKEY2 recently. Here's the low-down on these controllers.
In Part 4 (the final part) of our remixing tips for Ableton Live series, Noah Pred investigates using the Grove Pool and the extremely useful new features in Live 9.5's Simpler.
Percussa tells us that Synthor is the first software digital modular synthesizer in the world with a dedicated hardware interface (that being AudioCubes of course!) This looks really, really cool.
In this music theory tutorial, Jay Asher teaches us how using non-root notes from your chords for the bass part can add complexity and evoke different emotional responses from the listener.
This month as the exclusive pack for the Isotonik Studios PMX Series Mailing List members it's PerforModules' Guitars Pack... sampled from the Casio PX3000.
For lo-fi, unique-character recordings, Wasaphone's Maroc microphone may be the alternative mic you've always wanted but didn't realise. Hollin Jones finds himself under its influence.
So you have a Eurorack module or two and a guitar pedal. But, you want them to play well together? Monde Synthesizer have something just for you.
The Christmas & Winter Holidays are fast upon us. Whether you’re thinking of a gift for a music making friend/relative or for yourself, here's 15 music gifts bound to improve the festive cheer.
Amazing Machines are amongst the first to support the new Reaktor Blocks format. Their AM102 is a programmable wavetable oscillator which Toby Pitman explains is pretty easy to like a lot.
Where can you download a FREE 3-oscillator subtractive synth for Reaktor courtesy of Code:MONO? Here of course... follow the links and get it free :)