The TD-3-SR from Behringer is an authentic clone with a sub €150 price point that seems almost too good to be true. Rishabh Rajan finds out if there's a catch in his video review.
Audiofly's flagship in-ear monitors have 3-way crossovers and six drivers, promising unparalleled frequency separation. But how do they perform? Hollin Jones found out.
Apogee's latest multi-fx from legendary producer Bob Clearmountain have a refreshingly simple approach to audio processing. Jay Asher put them on test.
Arturia's flagship audio interface is designed to work in a number of different modes to fit the way you make music. Plus it comes with some cool software, as Hollin Jones discovered.
The reviews are coming in. Fortunately, its only taken a few hours since Behringer announced the Poly D, their polyphonic / paraphonic analog synth based on the Model D, for Loopop to oblige.
This one-stop shop for scoring movies, TV and games comes with a heavy focus on horror, action, sci-fi and blockbusters. Hollin Jones delved into its vast library of sounds.
Rishabh Rajan takes this clone of the Korg MS-20 from the 70s for a proper spin in his video review, looking at build quality, responsiveness and sound quality and characteristics.
Roland's VR-1HD is a thoroughly capable multicam video mixer. But as Matt Vanacoro discovered, there's much more to it than that. Read on to find out just what it can do...
This affordable software reverb from Madrona Labs goes beyond simply adding space and has sound design potential of its own, as Noah Pred discovered.
Steinberg's flagship notation software gets a bunch of big upgrades with version 3 including guitar tabs, playback templates and much more. Will Matt Vanacoro award it a high score?
IK's new Hammond organ software instrument has been developed in consultation with the original Hammond Organ company. Hollin Jones spins up the Leslie...
Novation’s latest update to its ultra-portable, Live-focused Launchkey Mini brings the controller to version 3. Hollin Jones took it for a spin.
Modal's new CRAFTsynth 2.0 brings a totally new design and an infinite world of sonic possibility in an almost unbelievably compact package. Hollin Jones took it on the road.
This innovative six-voice wavetable synthesizer is great for evolving drones and arpeggios and as Scott Riesterer found out, its unusual workflow can lead you to unexpected destinations...
This powerful auto-tuning and pitch correction software from Antares can deliver everything from subtle tweaks to all-out robot vocal. Matt Hepworth put it to the test.