Ever wonder just what tricks Universal Audio's Console 2.0 is capable of? Matt Vanacoro is on-hand to share his four favorite workflow tips for UA Apollo users.
Musicrow's '808 Syndrome' is an expansion pack for NI Maschine, and also available in WAV format (can be used with any DAW that supports WAV files). Lots of analog was used in its creation.
The funding goal has been met for DJIT's MixFader: a portable, wireless, hardware DJ fader for the discerning tablet and smart phone DJ. But there's still good reason to support this Djing device.
What do you get when you bring a world-class music software development team into Apple? Apparently more synths, unique ways to control said synths, and promise for the future of GarageBand and Logic.
What could iConnectivity do to improve upon their already excellent MIDI interfaces? How about an audio & MIDI interface for iOS/Mac/PC? Matt Vanacoro breaks down in joy reviewing iConnectAUDIO4+.
Become a master of distortion, and better still, the distortion effects plug-ins you'll find in the box with Avid's Pro Tools! Joe Albano gives you a tour of these with audio examples to boot.
Waldorf's new wavetable synth, Nave, is now available as a Mac & PC plug-in: VST, AU & AAX. But that's not all! They've also released their popular drum synth, Attack, for iPad wielding producers.
Electronic Beats TV goes behind the scenes with Shigeto (Zach Saginaw) to look at how he sets up his unique drum based-tech music shows, his creative motivation, gear setup and his music philosophy.
If you make music and own an iPad (capable of running the upcoming iOS 9) then allow yourself a wide smile. Apple are bringing audio units (you know effect and instrument plugins) to iOS 9 iPad soon.
What are the considerations when choosing a vocal microphone for recording in a live setting? Which microphones will stand up to the task? Joe Albano provides a detailed exploration in this article.
Oh, the joys of smart controllers! The Akai Advance is the latest MIDI controller to bear this label, but it does so with a swagger thanks, in part, to the well-designed VIP software.
Music making is full of decisions. And choosing the equipment you employ to make music is no exception. G.W. Childs examines the recent trend towards hardware versus software-based solutions.
Owned by the Marley family – yes, all kin to Bob Marley – House of Marley has four product lines including portable audio, at home audio systems, headphones and other music accessories.
Flux:FX is a new ingenious multiFX iPad app that provides real-time audio effects that GW says "can hardly be expressed in words." He manages though in this review.
Dangerous Music's iconic 2-BUS 16-channel analog summing mixer gets a major upgrade including 3 onboard assignable custom audio processors for tone control and is on-show at Sweetwater's Gearfest.