Developer James from The Musicology Group recently contacted us to let us know about his new app that brings vintage guitar sounds and effects to an iOS device near you.
Propellerhead are giving everyone the chance to save up to 80% with three custom-curated Rack Extension collections for Reason, plus you get hours of video training on these free from AskVideo!
Now ModStep for iPad 22.214.171.124 is out, Jakob Haq has released a video showing how to get started and the main functions available in ModStep. In short, it can be the center of your music studio.
The good folks at Make Noise Music have released a video showcasing their complete modular synth system, System Cartesian, with the René sequencing module.
Legowelt, Dutch electronic musician, has released a free drum machine for Ableton Live 9.5 and above based on his old Amiga 909 sample floppy disc. And it sounds great.
Want some more FREE Ableton Live synths and goodies? Flintpope is here with two very generous packs that'll make a great addition to your Live 9.5 / Max for Live setup. Simpler Synth & Multipads.
This might be the most ambitious MIDI controller we’ve seen on Kickstarter for a long time. Perhaps too ambitious? Micli One combines a multi-touch screen and futuristic-looking mechanical keyboard.
The new integration grants SONAR users access to LANDR’s quick and affordable mastering. It's certainly an interesting development for those wishing to apply quick mastering to tracks from Sonar.
Turner MK2 - instant loop machine is described by SturmSounds as a Remix Machine, an Idea Generator, a Beat Machine, and a Sample Slicer. It's a multi-functional Kontakt playground.
The latest update to Traktor Pro 2 is not only free but brings the Stems format to any Traktor setup or mapped third-party controller. Watch the videos below to find out more.
The awesome MIDI chord controller, arpeggiator & sequencer, KordBot (formerly known as ChordBot) that has been generating so much hype across the net, is now available on Kickstarter. Happy days!
It's not often I get this excited about music shows these days... but SuperBooth in March/April 2016 in Berlin this year has got my synth and music making juices flowing. Here's why.
Yes, you read this right. These headphones are designed to make you high. By stimulating a particular nerve in your brain, Nervana, say you’ll feel pretty great while listening to your favorite tunes.
It seems that MIDI controller gloves are really catching on. (Imogen Heap has a lot to answer for ;) And the new Remidi T8 is a wearable MIDI controller/instrument that looks like it has potential.
The time is right to re-educate yourself on the finer things in music. We're talking Dutch House. Legend from the early days until now, Olav Basoski, has opened up his entire back catalogue for all.