Vinyl loving DJ enthusiasts take note! Pioneer have announced the new PLX-1000 professional turntables for those that love the feel and performance of vinyl playback. Looks like vinyl is back!
Spitfire Audio are back with Hans Zimmer Percussion Los Angeles, their second software instrument instalment of Zimmer's take on his innovative and distinctive approach to cinematic percussion.
There's normally two camps at music school: guitars and keyboards. But what happens when the two worlds collide? Alesis feel this would bring reason for a keytar, and a wireless one at that!
If you're switching between DAWs frequently, or migrating a project to Pro Tools, you can customise the playhead and selection behaviors, so you'll always feel comfortable when editing.
Mackie tell us their new CR3 and CR4 monitors offer Studio-Quality Design and Smart Features for Multimedia Creation and Entertainment. Intrigued? We are too!
Custom amp designer and processor for iPad, Positive Grid's BIAS, brings creative customization to preamp, power amp, and cabinet models with three new expansion packs: Glassy, Crunch, and Insane.
Knobs are the "in thing" right now. Tuna Knobs have recently smashed their Kickstarter goal after just 21 hours and DJ Tech Tools' Chroma Caps have caught the attention of our resident DJ, Sara Simms.
Are you looking to infuse your Logic Pro tracks with an abundance of energy, power and emotion? Mo Volans shows you how it's done with this great collection of tips.
Here at AskAudio Mag we've used the original Røde iXY for iPhone and been very impressed. So, we're excited to see what's been improved with their new iPhone 5, 5s and 5c compatible iPhone stereo mic.
7 years since sE released their popular portable reflection filter which made recording audio clean and dry in almost any space, sE are back with SPACE. Hollin Jones gives it a thorough workout.
Ableton Push is an excellent controller/instrument for use in the studio. However, you can also use it when DJing as Tadhg Leonard demonstrates in part 1 of 3 in this mini series.
It's apparently been four decades since the first polysynth was designed and developed in the UK! This past week new Bristol-based manufacturer, Modulus, has unleashed the modulus.002 onto the world!
In part 2 of this mini-series exploring the Blues from a music theory perspective, Lynda Arnold shares two-handed exercises for keyboard and much more!
There's a growing numbers of classic, hardware modeled delay plug-ins to satisfy most tastebuds. Noah Pred finds out how Ableton's Dub Machines device fares and, more importantly, how good it sounds.
Looking for an amp simulation that'll blow you away with its pristine audio quality, modelled amps and cabinets and excellent presets? Matt Vanacoro finds out if Kemper's offering does the trick.