The fifth Roland TR-909 belong to Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk is now up for sale. On the machine are presets from the era of Homework.
Ben Wonder is on a roll... quite literally... as this video on using toilet paper to create music has gone viral. Just watch it...
JunkieXL is back with his studio time series. In episode 13, not unlucky here by any stretch of the imagination, we're treated to an in-depth tour of the Yamaha CS series of vintage synths.
Sinevibes have released a rather fetching new audio effect plugin, Robotizer. Here's what cool stuff it can do...
Steinberg releases a significant update to its new professional scoring application, introducing advanced support for chord symbols, repeat endings, note spacing and much more.
While probably not the ideal system to go scratch crazy on for DJs, there's no denying this sleek and sexy levitating turntable is an eye-catching vinyl lover's dream.
This EMS Synthi model never made it to production. Only one was ever made which has resurfaced now and been recovered by Digitana Electronics. Bring on some synth history!
Learn how Korg's Volca synths can work together and even how to perform live in public with them, with this FREE live masterclass.
Looking like something you'd see coming out of the Moog Music labs, the new Tinami customizable MIDI controllers aim to bring that analog touch to your music proudction workflow.
Swedish musical instrument company Elektron today announced Octatrack MKII, the successor to the highly influential performance sampler Octatrack.
We don't know yet whether there is any need to be excited or concerned about this, but Juno Records may have let the Elektron Octatrack MKII out of the bag...
As one door closes another opens. The highly sought after Minimoog Model D reissue from Moog Music is being discontinued. But don't fret, other options are already coming soon.
We're launching the AskAudio Academy (BETA) and we want you to help us promote our excellent music production video education service... and make money in the process!
Weaving melodic synth elements with deep house bass lines, grooves, playful rhythms, curious toys and MIDI controllers is Giorgia Angiuli's speciality. Here's her new track featuring the Aodyo Sylpho.
If you woke up this morning and decided you'd love some ambient music loops and a Reaktor player that could play 36 loops in 1296 combination with 8 master effects... you're in luck!