UVI releases Pulsar, a new Falcon expansion delivering deep and futuristic electronic sounds - and it's just $39. Here's the details.
Mash and mangle your sounds in Reaktor with these powerful effects from Flintpope - available for the crazy low price of just $2.
Camelot aims to be the glue that ties together every piece of hardware and every plugin you could possibly own. Sound too good to be true? Matt Vanacoro finds out...
Coming soon to Kickstarter, this hardware saturation / fuzz unit has 8 CV inputs, bit distortion, sample rate reduction and much more. Here's the details.
This forthcoming Apple Watch app looks like it could be just the ticket for synth heads... so what's the deal with controlling synths from your wrist?
An increasingly popular alternative to using chains of hardware boxes, the all-in-one channel strip or recording channel can save space and money, and sound great. Joe Albano sets out your options.
Unlock the power of follow actions, one of Live's most useful features, in this free recorded MasterClass. Watch it online for free, right now!
We know that AI is the coming thing, but what if it could help you write songs? Well just maybe, it can.
Take your live performances to the next level with these two new guitar multi FX / looper pedals from Zoom, priced at $79 and $99 and available in March.
UAD v9.8 also features Antares Auto-Tune Realtime Advanced and Diezel Herbert Amplifier plug'‘ins!
With over 300 patches covering retro and modern synths, basses, mellow pads, melodic leads & epic fx, this mega collection of patches for Novation's Bass Station II is on sale now.
Love the Moog Minitaur but want a wider range of notes for playback? Rishabh Rajan gets to grips with the Moog Sirin, which delivers just that.
Lists in Logic Pro X are an invaluable tool for editing, so why don't more people know about them? Matt Vanacoro gets to the heart of the matter...
This NES-inspired chiptune synth is shipping in March and has USB MIDI, a plug-in for remote management and much more. Here's the details.
With 38 "drum kits", each one has been tailored with 70s education documentaries, the esoteric culture of the 60s and the National Film Board of Canada in mind.