You want deep and rumbling acid bass sounds? Then the latest stereo monophonic synth in the making from Ken MacBeth could be just what you need.
The new Fireface UFX II audio interface from RME is being launched at NAMM 2017 in Anaheim next week. You can expect low-latency, flexible recording options and plenty more.
Bitwig Studio 2 has been announced! And it's good news on lots of fronts for one of the freshest DAWs available. Check out the video and full details below.
When you think of the MS-20 mini, you're used to a black synth, right? Well, Korg are playing with color a lot this year and here's new limited color editions for three popular Korg synths.
It's real. It's official. It's coming to NAMM 2017. The Korg limited ARP Odyssey is a true 1:1 recreation of the original 40 year old legendary duo phonic synth. Full details, pricing and video here.
Korg's highly acclaimed Gadget synth collection has made a big move from iOS to Mac. Now desktop and laptop users can take advantage of the exceptional synths standalone or in plugin format.
This short video shows you how to quickly and easily make your own MIDI controllable DAC using an MCP4922 and a Teensy 2. The demo video shows it working with Moog Mother 32 and Ableton Live.
The Apogee Control is a Hardware Remote for the Element Series and Symphony I/O Mk II audio interfaces. It's available now and here's all you need to know.
Cycling74 Max MSP users can now make light of mapping a MIDI controller to their Max patches, thanks to 42Percent Noir's EasyController app.
The mention of stylophone may not turn your head as much as mention of a portable analog synthesizer. This new Gen X1 synth from Dubreq looks and sounds pretty awesome.
Flintpope is back (was he ever away?) with a new sound design tool for NI Kontakt users... it's free it you like it that way and it's powerful too.
Light, compact and Sturdy, the new MOD Duo could replace heavy audio effect rigs by allowing guitarists and producers access to plugins, including: effects, synths, amp simulations & tools.
It's here. We've been sitting on this news for what feels like a VERY long time... and now Akai are ready to release full details to the world. Here is the new flagship MPC: say hello to MPC X.
Designed for studio and stage, the new MPC Live is a standalone music production centre with new functionality and power over its predecessor in a portable easy to use box. No computer required.
To accompany today's announcement of MPC Live and MPC X, Akai Pro have released MPC 2.0 software featuring a new GUI, audio tracks, clip launching, and a whole lot more to get excited about.