A new update for Logic Pro X is now available. There's literally just two new additions to Logic Pro 10.4.4. Here's what's new!
If you have ever wondered just how many plug-ins your Windows PC can handle, you'll be happy to learn that the number is about to go up. Way up. Here's how it's going to happen.
Audio recording specialists Audient have teamed up with Two Notes Audio Engineering to create Sonos, an affordable interface made specially for guitarists.
For a limited time, you have the chance to get classic console plug-ins when you purchase any new UAD-2 DSP Accelerator '" up to a $1,196 value.
Members of the Plug-In Collective community can get free access to these two software tools from 10th January through 7th March. Here's how to get the deal.
Use this innovative synth as a plugin inside your iOS DAW with enhanced support in version 2.
Passive Cardioid Technology is new from Fulcrum Acoustic and the company claims it deals with unwanted sound radiation from loudspeakers. Could it be true?
With different combinations of stands and grips available, you can choose the setup that best suits your needs whether you're recording video, reading a score or performing vocals.
Intergating hardware to control software plugins and audio software is probably the next big step forward for the music industry. Propellerhead have an interesting approach to make this a reality.
Using the same engine as the company's commercial products, Piano One has over a million free downloads to date, and counting. Grab version 5 here.
A cross between a sample player and a chord generator, Soul Machine from 12-Bit Crunch is a new instrument for Kontakt users inspired by artists like Aretha Franklin and Donny Hathaway.
Snap up a special deal on one of these brand new and much-expanded hardware synths from Modal - but do it by January 9th when the Kickstarter ends.
The very latest tempo manipulation tools in Logic Pro X are explained and explored in this updated course from NLE.
The latest concoction from Bastl Instruments and Casper Electronics brings audio feedback to your eurorack synth setup. Go as crazy as you wish while making the output playable.
We don't know what the mystery new products will be, but it's safe to say that by teaming up with Greg Mackie and Peter Watts Korg have an eye set on some exciting items for musicians and producers.