If you use turntables in any part of your production or performance setup you'll definitely want to check out this affordable new specialist interface from iConnectivity.
Add even more functionality to your Buchla Music Easel system with this unique and multi-functional AUX expander card.
Bringing east coast and west coast synthesis to life, and reality, in one system is what the new Lifeforms Foundation synths from Pittsburgh Modular do. Here's all the details.
What if you could build your own synthesizer for under $100 with no need for any soldering? It's not too good to be true - it exists, and it's called the Modal Craft.
Modal's new flagship synthesizers look incredible and sound just as good. There's now even an option to add a digital I/O card to make the ultimate setup.
Slate Digital expands its Virtual Studio Technology ecosystem with a new interface and modeling mic. See how they fit into Slate's digital world!
64 channels of I/O, zero latency monitoring, HD compatibility and DSP powered effects? This certainly looks like a powerhouse for working with audio.
NI tells us their latest Maschine Expansion pack delivers sounds and textures from the world of experimental and ambient music.
iConnectivity are aiming to bring their best tech to a new interface that's sturdy, easy to use and very affordable. We got the inside scoop from the company at NAMM.
The Warm Audio WA-87 bases its design on early models of another great mic. This time though you might be surprised by the price and not just the sound.
The free update brings a raft of new features, workflow enhancements and general tweaks to Yamaha's powerful hardware workstation platform.
Erica Synths makes some truly unique modular gear and at NAMM 2017 it unveiled additional modules, new systems and revised designs - something for every synth lover!
Korg's Kronos gets a special gold edition as well as an updated OS 3.1. We find out what's new.
Good news for anyone craving the authentic, full-sized ARP Odyssey experience - it's here!
Imagine being able to simulate up to 22 virtual speakers inside a regular pair of headphones. IRCAM and Flux have managed to come up with a remarkable application to do just that.