If you ever needed a reason to buy a Moog analog synthesizer, then this 16 minute video performance might be it.Â Surely, the best musical demo of both synths to date.
Reaktor Blocks 1.2 introduces CV and MIDI connectivity for music hardware. Maschine, iPads, modular synths are all supported here.
What G-Sonique refer to as their "analog monster" of a synth, RENEGADE is now available as a native X64bit plug-in! Good news for Mac and Windows users using 64-bit DAWs.
News about a new software synth is rarely greeted with such amazement and anticipation outside dedicated music making circles... like this one about the "potential" new Aphex Twin synthesizer.
If you need to send analog and digital audio signals between rooms in a studio or across a stage for live performance then Radial Engineering's new Catapult could be what you're looking for.
Imagine creating a fully functioning, full-size electric guitar out of match sticks. Probably around 40,000. That's what Dean Fraser has created and it's pretty incredible.
So, you'd love to customise the screen or some functions of the Pocket Operators? Fancy your hand at hacking, but don't know where to start? Problem solved by hackingthepo.
I won't lie to you. This is a LONG video clocking in at over 45 minutes. But if you're interested in the excellent new 512Â capacitive touch keyboard from Future Retro, then its worth a watch.
Heavyocity has partnered with Icebreaker Audio to release GRID II, an eight-voice synth sequencer, for Native Instruments' Reaktor. Excited? Read on for sound examples of this lovely instrument.
Blue Microphones tell us that the world's most versatile tube mic system, Blue's flagship Bottle microphone features in the Bottle Mic Locker , along with four of Blue's interchangeable capsules.
If you want professionally recrorded sound samples suitable for any musical genreÂ or sound design then you've come to the right place.
From a sequencer triggered by M&Ms to controlling music with our minds to another sequencer controlled by and projecting light, Music Tech Fest was packed with forward thinking tools for music makers.
Factory from Sugar Bytes is an exciting new poly synth plug-in with some interesting features, filter models, an awesome Mod Matrix, 4 sequencers, multi-effects, morph crossfader and so much more.
Oh AI, how we love thee and are afraid of thee in equal measure. Google's Brain Team are using machine learning in the form of Magenta to create original music and art. Should musicians be concerned?
The good folks at Time+Space are offering AskAudio readers 15% off products from Spectrasonics, Rob Papen, iZotope, Big Fish Audio, Spitfire, and many, many more.