BandLab has experienced massive growth in user numbers in its relatively short history. Now it's passed 5 million, with more new stuff in the pipeline...
What are electronic producers hoping to find under their Christmas tree this year? We caught up with 9 artists to find out what would make their year complete.
Take advantage of festive pricing on these two virtual rack modules and also submit a video made with them and receive a free Voltage Tracker sequencer worth $50.
16 voice polyphonic with 2 oscillators per voice, Bolt is a confident first foray into the world of plug-in synthesis from the maker of Impakt and T-series hardware controllers.
Logic's bundled reverb processors are among the best in the business. But which one should you choose? Joe Albano shares his thoughts...
RØDE's extensive family of mics gets a new member with this updated PodMic, designed to perform all your podcasting needs. Here's what you need to know.
You may not have heard of the original Voyetra Eight, but Matt Vanacoro thinks you'll still love UVI's faithful recreation, the PX V8. Here's why.
It's Christmas 2018 and Karanyi and Ask.Audio want to give you something (16 somethings!) as a thank you for your support... and just because it feels great to give something we know you'll love.
With 250GB sounds, 70 studio quality effects and much more, SampleTank 4 is IK's biggest workstation release to date. Here's everything that's new.
With a 4x oversampled synthesis engine, a freely routable signal and modulation path, Complex-1 is avialable to buy or rent-to-own today. Here's the details.
Try to get any work done with these retro arcade games flashing away in your DAW - we challenge you!
Aston's latest mic has 4 switchable voices, phantom power autodetect and built-in preamp. It could be the only mic you ever need - and the price may surprise you...
The highly anticipated clone of the Roland SH-101, which Behringer are naming the MS-101, is due to enter full production in a matter of weeks. Roll on the festive synth season.
With an emphasis on late 1990's soul, the latest in Native Instrument Expansions series captures the sound of warm funk, hip-hop, jazz, and soul.
Software instruments can make authentic-feeling and sounding bass parts, but you'll need to know a few programming tricks. Joe Albano shares his secrets...