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Review: Korg Prologue

Korg's new Prologue synth is a powerhouse of an instrument, capable of huge sounds and with some cool features including an active oscilloscope. G.W Childs couldn't wait to try it out.

Review: Soundbrenner Pulse

If you were disappointed with the Apple Watch's lack of serious metronome apps, here's a dedicated wearable for musicians that can't make phone calls - but can keep time. Matt Vanacoro explores.

Review: Samson G Track Pro Microphone

Samson's G Track Pro is a serious yet affordable USB microphone. Mat Vanacoro found out how it stood up against even weightier competition.

Behringer Model D Video Review

Here's a really good video review of the Behringer Model D analog synth, clone of the the Moog Minimoog Model D. There's so much to love about this $300 synth and some points to be aware of too.

Review: Positive Grid Bias Amp 2

Positive Grid has a reputation for making uniquely powerful amp simulations with more features than most. Joe Albano put Bias Amp 2 to the test.

Review: Gamechanger Audio Plus Pedal

Gamechanger Audio's Plus Pedal isn't just a way to add sustain to any sound - it's a fully fledged creative effect in its own right. Here's what G.W Childs made of it when he put it to the test.

Review: Boveda Humidity Control System For Guitars

Physical instruments can react to their environmental conditions, which can be a problem. Matt Vanacoro kept moisture at bay and protected his guitars with the Boveda Humidity Control System.

Review: Zen Audio ALK 2

For a new take on live performance and recording, Zen Audio's ALK 2 definitely offers something that nobody else is doing right now. G.W Childs finds out exactly what that is.

Review: Mordax Data Multifunction Visualiser Eurorack Synth Module

The Mordax Data Multifunction Visualiser is a module that turns sound into different kinds of visual waves. But there's much more to it than that, as Jade Wii discovered.

Review: Universal Audio 9.5.1

UAD's latest software update brings four excellent new effects to the system. Matt Vanacoro got the chance to road test them, and liked what he found.

Review: Sample Logic Trailer Xpressions 2

Take a cinematic scoring instrument, add the ability to use effects on a per-sample level and you're getting close to Sample Logic's Trailer Xpressions 2. Matt Vanacoro fired it up.

Review: UVI Augmented Piano

How do you augment a piano? According to UVI, by almost destroying it to get some truly unique sounds and effects. Matt Vanacoro took it for a spin.

Polyend SEQ Video Review: One Sequencer To Rule Them All?

If you desire an 8-track, 32-step hardware sequencer for your DAW, plugins, hardware synths, and even eurorack modular system, the Polyend SEQ may be on you radar. Loopop reviews it in this video.

Review: PMC Result6 Monitors

The Result6 monitors from high-end manufacturer PMC aim to bring the company's advanced design technologies to a broader section of the market. Hollin Jones cranked them up to see how they fared...

Review: Heavyocity Scoring Guitars 2

Heavyocity have expanded upon what the original Scoring Guitars Gravity Pack brought us with version 2 which for $99 will add another feather to your cinematic cap.