Including a new modern sounding EQ, a new saturation waveshaper and plenty more tools to help bring life and unusual textures to your sounds, Bitwig Studio 3.2 has a lot to like.
As round two of Project Element opens for voting at 6pm yesterday (UK), Aston Microphones have released the first ever photo of the beautiful Aston Element.
Classic analog audio hardware is highly desired to add warmth and character to tracks. Joe Albano shows how to use Logic Pro X's included plug-ins to good effect.
Cinematic Piano combines real-life recordings of an acoustic piano with electronic sound design. The result is a deep sound that doesn't require any mastering to sound good.
Most producers know that mastering is the final, crucial step in the music-making process. Here are 8 tips to help you do it better.
The new EZX for Toontrack includes two custom drum kits tailored for latin-flavoured rhythms.
alter.audio have revealed their first machine for DJs and musicians: Timetosser. It's like a playable delay which syncs via MIDI and Gate and is now on Kickstarter.
Universal Audio want LUNA to transform their excellent Apollo interfaces into the most inspiring recording systems on the planet. Matt Vanacoro discovers whether it lives up to the hype.
This is your last chance to apply to join the offiical Bitwig Studio online trainer certification class starting on 3rd June!
New 8-inch Woofer Speaker Delivers Renowned ADAM Audio Quality and Reliability at a Value Price Point.
If you want the gritty sounds of yesteryear's classic samplers then Sample X, modeled on vintage hardware like the EMU SP1200, SP16 and AKAI s900, aims to please and lets you add your own personality.
New VST Plugins for Making Chords, Melodies, Bass and Drums.
UA's new DAW, LUNA, now comes with new instruments and extensions including Neve® Summing, Studer® Multitrack Tape, Moog® Minimoog, Ravel,TM and more.
The plugin chainer for Waves plugins – now with parallel processing racks, multiband split racks, and 8 macros per chain allows you create your own ‘custom plugins' and it's free to download.
In case you hadn't noticed, the world is in a state of lockdown and meeting other musicians or sitting in the same physical space as a producer is still mainly forbidden. What to do then?