Isotonik Studios and Ned Rush are well known for their Max for Live visual performance tools. So how does the new World Max for Live device stack up? Joshua Casper finds out.
In this video tutorial from his course, Logic Pro FastTrack 102: The MIDI FX, Booker Edwards demonstrates how to use Logic Pro's built-in MIDI FX, Velocity Processor to adjust velocity in real time.
This Set of 136 raw and mixed Impulse Responses from Joey Sturgis Tones is available now for just $34.95
If you're looking for a jaw-dropping simulation of the Fender '55 amp, a versatile limiter, and a precise and subtle EQ, Universal Audio's UAD 8.6 has you covered. Matt Vanacoro digs deeper.
Music production can, ironically, often be a solitary experience spent in a home or bedroom studio for long hours. Here are 8 tips to help you get more connected to the music world around you.
If you thought that Bob Moog or Don Buchla made the first commercially available synthesizer, think again. Back in 1941 this Hammond NovaChord ruled the waveforms. Here's your chance to see & hear it.
DPA incorporates new gooseneck accessory and MicroDot Preamplifier to create wireless solution ideal for live music applications.
Here's what our friends at Image Line tell us about the new Tevlo Vocals Resynthesized pack for their very popular and capable synth, Harmor.
14 of the most wanted analog and digital hardware synthesisers have been expertly sampled and combined to create the upcoming Kontakt instrument from Wave Alchemy. Spectrum is on our most wanted list.
Electric pianos can be found in many styles of music these days. So, UVI's Attack EP88 (emulation of Fender Rhodes) is sure to have universal appeal? Matt Vanaoro puts it to the test.
Oops. There seems to be something wrong with the latest update for Maschine 2.4.5. To the degree that NI have been forced to pull this from Service Center and from their website until a fix is made.
Download these 2 free Max for Live devices designed to help you quickly find the right chords and scales inside Ableton Live while you're composing and producing. And they're FREE!
If you have an Xbox 360 (wired or wireless) controllers and enjoy making music then you're about to be very happy indeed. Here's how to turn it into a MIDI controllerÂ for software or MIDI hardware.
You've heard of Guitar Hero, you know Ableton Push 2. What do you get if you combine the two? Push Hero 2 of course. And as this video shows this free game for Push 2 is a lot of fun!
Reflection filters are a great way to tame echoes in a sonically untreated room. Aston Microphones have just joined the field with the HALO filter. Can they really make a better slap-back trap?