We could simply tell you Arturia's MicroBrute is a monophonic hardware synth with analog audio signal path, CV In/Out & impressive sonic ability. But that doesn't come close to describing its beauty.
If you're fortunate to have yourself a gorgeous UAD Apollo all-in-one recording audio interface (or are thinking/dreaming of one) this article is for you!
We've barely had time for the haze of New Year to pass and WaveDNA have released version 1.3 of their beat/rhythmic generation software, Liquid Rhythm. Check out the new features below.
Raise your hand if you've ever wanted to customize Logic Pro's click track/metronome behavior? Yes, sometimes you need it to play on certain divisions. And right on time with a solution is Jay Asher.
With 2014 almost upon us, Hollin Jones looks ahead into the mists of time to see what may be lurking there for musicians and producers.
Don't be stuck in your studio. There's a world of inspiration beyond your four walls. Now that laptops, iPads & controllers can fit in your backpack it's easier than ever to explore & create anywhere.
In our final roundup of the best music tech gear from 2013, we focus on the world of DJing. Specifically, on our top 10 fave DJ hardware gear that we reviewed.
And the good news keep flooding in our inbox! Apogee's multi-channel Thunderbolt recording solution, Symphony I/O & Symphony 64 is now compatible with the new Mac Pro beast and Logic Pro X.
Once upon a time MIDI controllers consisted of flimsy keys & a mod wheel... maybe. How times have changed! So, with so many quality options available, which one will best suit your needs?
When you think of white noise you might not feel inspired, but with some clever filtering tricks and when played through Reason's Subtractor you can create something musical and unique.
The New Year is a perfect time to improve our skills, knowledge & creative output. And macProVideo.com, widely regarded as the best online training site, have released a major iOS app update!
Musicians, DJs and producers have never had it so good thanks to mobile touch devices. And with so many quality iOS music apps we couldn't decide on just 10... so here's our top 13 from 2013.
Possibly the most fun any sound designer can have is in designing chirps, clicks and pops for video game menu interfaces. G. W. Childs scrolls through the ins and outs in this tutorial.
We've rounded up 10 of our favorite professional audio interfaces (sound cards) which have passed through the AskAudioMag.com review labs which suit all levels, budgets and needs.
Having already received critical acclaim for Damage, Evolve & AEON... what's next from the good people at Heavyocity? Watch this video to get a taste for their next big thing.