Get the classic 60s / 70s sound of the tape-based Mellotron in this affordable new virtual instrument. Here's the details.
With 2 voices of 4 oscillators each, mono, duo, chord and drone playing modes are possible. Here's more about this intriguing new hardware synthesizer.
Join Dave Mech as he uses field recordings in London and Elektron's Digitakt sampler back in the studio to create some unique textures, loops and beats in this video.
This powerful guitar amp and cab processor for desktop and mobile is on sale until April 15th. Here's why you should grab it now.
Capture the sound of dreamwave, synthpop and other 1980s-influenced atmospheres with this sound set for U-He's Diva
Three lucky winners submitted their live Volca jams and won a pile of goodies including an Ask.Audio Academy 1-year subscription. Read on to see and hear the winning entries.
Nektar's latest ultra-portable USB MIDI controllers are affordable and offer the company's legendary DAW integration. Here's the details.
An envelope, LFO, and audio rate oscillator, Floats for VCV Rack is endlessly creative and you can get it for just $10 until April 15th. Here's how.
These standalone music production/DJ performance tools now offer users immediate wi-fi access to their own Splice library directly from the touch user interface
For a limited time, customers have the chance to get platinum-approved vocal plug-ins, free, when purchasing any new Apollo Twin or Arrow audio interface '" up to a $846 value
A supercharged plug-in emulation of Roland's classic TR-606 drum machine, Sound Collective members can get the Nitonhat plugin for free. Here's how.
Heard on classic tracks by Bowie, Cyndi Lauper and many more, Eventide brings the sound of the Instant Flanger to your DAW with this competitively priced new plug-in.
Designed for ultimate portability and use in the busiest wireless environments, RÃ˜DE's new Wireless Go punches well above its weight.
Blackbox is a portable sampler and groovebox that lets you record, save/load, apply effects and edit one-shot samples and beat-sliced loops. Here's what you need to know.
A cryptic post together with a rather massive-looking synth from Russian specialists ELTA Music has appeared... what could it all mean?