Extracting percussive content from a mix isn't easy. With most tools it feels impossible. YellowNoise Audio's DrumExtract promises to do a better job than the current crop, and the demo is impressive.
Perhaps it's better to describe this as more of a modular music workstation than a synthesizer. Either way the Voxarray 61 looks gorgeous and sounds as good as a Meeblip Anode for good reason.
Stardust make custom, handmade dust covers for synthesizers. Made from synthetic leather these are carefully and lovingly designed for a wide range of hardware models.
Some people have been wowed by the new volca kick, others left unimpressed by its supposedly narrow sonic focus. We think it's great, but we'd also love a volca toaster, so what do we know ;)
Available exclusively in the MI and Pro sales channels, Blue's USB Studio Series systems include one of Blue's award-winning USB microphones'"Snowball, Yeti or Yeti Pro'"along with recording software.
It's not everyday Spectrasonics release a new instrument. When they do, it's a big deal. Keyscape - Collector Keyboards brings 36 of the rarest and most valuable keyboards to life.
If you've been waiting for the latest version of Komlpete 11 to hit the stores (and your studio) then good news is it's now available with 7 new instruments. Here's what NI have to say about it.
Before you become concerned, ROLI has promised to continue development of FXpansion products as they look to integrate hardware and software to create musical instruments of the future.
A few days ago a photo appeared on Korg's official Instagram showing what looked to be a keyboard-less module version of the legendary analog ARP Odyssey synthesizer. And today Korg confirm it's real.
Korg tell us the new analog volca Kick synth delivers powerful percussive and chromatic kick, bass, and sub bass sounds. Plus it uses the filter from the MS-20 and has new performance features.
The new microKORG-S is a revamp of the original synthesizer an includes built-in-speakers, more memory, new sounds, a new design with features like the vocoder, microphone and arpeggiator you'd expect
Imagine being able to make your portable MIDI controller any size you want it to be. One day you want 25 keys, another day 61... That's exactly what Kombos is all about. It's a modular MIDI keyboard.
Aside fro being impressed that Nick from Flintpope didn't name their new Kontakt library Chroma with the letter "k" we like this free instrument that fits neatly into the ambient category.
We've been waiting eagerly for the next big synth from U-He to arrive... and that time is drawing near. Urs Heckmann has released a picture of the Repro-1 GUI. We hope it sounds as good as it looks.
If you want to give your Waldorf Streichfett and 2 Korg volca's a beautiful wooden home that any studio desk would be proud to have, then mixingtable.com have you covered.