Moog have reincarnated the Model 10, their compact modular analog synthesizer from 1971 with all the features and parts of the original.
This groovebox and drum machine is the most affordable hardware Elektron has ever made. But what can it do? Dave Mech shows you in this video review...
Comprising 3 days of talks, performances and workshops for music makers, educators and technologists, Ableton Loop 2020 tickets are now available. And it's running during Superbooth in Berlin too!
The '‹Soundmit4Hackability contest is free to enter with a deadline of 20th October 2019. Here's how to get involved.
UVI has assembled what could be the most comprehensive collection of toy instruments ever. But as Hollin Jones found out, there's much more to it than just a bit of fun...
The Behringer Deepmind features heavily on the new Kanye album, Jesus Is King, in preference to his Roland Juno according to Mike Dean.
The 4XCamera Maker App allows quick and easy production from multiple iOS devices without the expensive equipment. Here's how.
DigiStix Drummer runs as an AUv3 plugin within the DAW of your choice on iPad and comes complete with serious beat making features.
Mufin's audio identification can now be tested simply. The B2B technology provider has released three demo apps in the Google Play Store.
This portable, battery powered synth punches well above its weight when it comes to sonics and flexibility, as Matt Vanacoro found out.
Korg have quietly released major updates for the Prologue, KROSS2 and Volca synths. Here's what's new.
The AE-01 Aerophone mini simplifies learning a musical instrument for music-lovers. Here's what we know about it.
Rode's latest wireless mic system embraces USB-C, integrated omnidirectional pickup and flexible mounting among many other clever features. Hollin Jones put it to work.
These over-ear DJ headphones with Bluetooth wireless technology, multifunctional for the booth and on the go, are new from Pioneer DJ.
There are plenty of ways to earn money in the music business, many of which didn't even exist in the 'good old days'. Matt Vanacoro explains that it's not all doom and gloom...