The new Panorama T-4 and T-6 aim to make deep plugin and DAW control more accessible than ever. Here's what they tell us about these new MIDI controller keyboards via an official press release.
Guitar production for pop music is a unique challenge - how to get a rich sound without overpowering the track? Gregg Fine is here to explain just how it works.
Using a surgical EQ to shape and sculpt your sounds is a core part of getting a good mix. Here, Rich Tozzoli explains how he uses FabFilter's Pro Q2 to do just that.
Moog Music Inc tells us the upcoming 25% tariff on Chinese components will result in a very real threat on US synthesizer manufacturing and jobs. Here's what you can do about it.
This monster of a synth from software specialists Audio Damage is on special offer for a short time only.
Logic Pro has powerful grouping tools that go far beyond simple submixing. In this video, David Earl explains VCA faders, Track Stacks and much more.
Grab the new, free version of Sibelius and get started in the world of scoring. With a great core feature set it's the perfect way to learn about composition.
A sample pack made up of plenty of synthesized drones and environments, Tidal by Umlaut Audio is an affordable way to fill gaps in tracks or even use for your own sound design.
Sometimes overlooked in the slew of bigger new features, devices like Shaper and Note Echo in Live 10 can bring whole new dimensions to your productions. Here's how.
Loopop is back with a supercharged video with 9 super synth tips with the Arturia MatrixBrute. It's a great collection of tips and tricks and perfect as a precursor to our MatrixBrute video courses.
Years in the making, this fully-featured iOS synth not only sounds amazing, it's completely free and open source. This could be the start of something huge.
This wooden stand for the Behringer Model D cleverly includes the Arturia KeyStep MIDI controller, uses the same wood as the original Moog Model D and combines form and function at a reasonable price.
Online mastering and distribution service LANDR now offers free rights management for all cover versions when you release music through their platform.
Loops have formed the bedrock of many musical genres, but what if you want to take them to the next level? Here are 8 top tips for going beyond loop-based music.
What could Moog Music possibly create that would be of interest to the synth playing community? How about an 8 and 16 voice polyphonic analog synthesizer with tons of features and a price to match?