Yamaha tell us that their new DBR and CBR series of loudspeakers add powerful features with an aim to bring more power and portability to their loudspeaker lineup.
Designing thick, rich pad sounds that can morph into rhythmic ones in Propellerhead Reason just got a whole lot easier thanks to this excellent tutorial on Alligator by G. W. Childs.
The good folks at iZotope update their flagship audio repair program, but will the new features entice current users to upgrade? Matt Hepworth repairs to the review to find out.
The good folks at Elektron have released 128 new patches, in conjunction with Floppydisk Pirates, for Analog Four & Keys for FREE.
Keen to get everything in your home studio connected? Novation aim to provide a neat solution in the Audiohub 2x4, an audio interface and USB hub in one neat device.
The new Roland AIRA series initially received a mixed response from critics. But having played with the System 1 Plug-Out Synth for quite a while, Rennie Foster delivers his in-depth verdict.
Though not designed primarily as a standalone device, the Apple Watch could be a useful controller, recording tool and metering analyser for musicians and DJs. Can you think of any more uses?
Introduces AAX compatibility, workflow enhancements, free expansions, a builtÂ-in synthesizer from AIR Music Technology, and over 100 other enhancements, Akai's MPC software update is big!
Tone-shaping near field studio monitors for under $250 each? Find out if Samson's Resolv RXA6 monitors hit the sweet spot at this price.
Whether you think about it or not, working with tempo is something you're doing every time you work in Pro Tools. Here are 4 excellent tempo tips to help you stay in time in your sessions.
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With RÃ¸de and Blue announcing their own high-quality stereo field recording microphones for mobile audio & video recently, IK Multimedia are here with their very own iRig Mic Field.
It used to be impossible to consider purchasing a good ribbon mic for $300 or less!. Hollin Jones sees whether sE Electronics' budget ribbon mic, the sE X1R, adds quality as well as value.
We've all heard them punctuating progressive house bass lines or uplifting trance pads... yes, we're talking synth plucks. Darren Burgos shows how to create and make them shine in Logic Pro X.
Hand built in the UK, the version 2 of the SCM20ASL active monitor (at a lower price point than its predecessor) and the SCM20PSL passive monitors are all new from ATC.