There’s four modulators in this new Max for Live pack from K-Devices: EXT3, REF, TED, & TIP. Check out the video below for more info.
Let me start by saying we know some things about Cinematique Instruments' upcoming Marble instrument that we can’t yet talk about… so forgive the cloak and dagger approach of this article.
What do you get when you cross a hardware synthesizer with the music theory concept and practice of Counterpoint, Bach-style? Easy: The Counterpointer synth that generates 3-voice harmonies.
Our sister site, macProVideo, are hosting a webinar for Logic Pro X musicians and producers with 4 of the top Logic Pro gurus to delve deeply into this top DAW. It's free and is on 21st March 2016.
The Apollo Twin USB audio interface brings the features from Universal Audio's highly acclaimed original Apollo Twin (for Mac) to the Windows wielding musician and producer.
The Torino Synth Meeting 2016 continues to gather support, not just from manufacturers and synthesists, but from media and universities.
Back on 11th March, our friends at Audified made their $19 legendary overdrive and distortion pedal emulation plug-in collection, MutliDrive, free for a limited time only!
Cluster Sound has announced the release of CS-808, a Max For Live drum collection faithfully reproducing the sound of the Roland TR-808, based on 1,331 samples.
DRC is a new virtual analog polyphonic synthesizer from Imaginando for iOS, Android & PC/Mac which, sonically, is going to take you to new territories. So many cool features... watch the video below!
You should be able to answer it by looking at the headline image... regardless, it's worth reading on to find out just how interesting CloudBounce could be as an online auto-mastering service...
Should we be happy at the latest update for Logic Pro X 10.2.2? Yes! Always good to have bug fixes. And there's an impressive new feature for auto-assignment of smart controls for MIDI controllers.
The volca fm is the next of the much-loved volca synthesizers from Korg. Some weeks after showing it off at NAMM, we’ve got an official video of the volca fm in action to feast our eyes and ears.
Take a listen (and watch) this new video of modular synthesis virtuoso, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, performing an unassuming, yet hauntingly beautiful soundscape featuring MakeNoise modules.
Today's interactive Google Doodle for musicians and music makers is just excellent. The theme is the theremin and specifically Clara Rockmore, the theremin virtuoso who later inspired Bob Moog.
WARNING: This is pretty awesome. NSFW if your boss wants to actually get some work done. Splice have their released their online, interactive Waka Flocka Beat Maker sequencer with plenty to like.