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Pre-Review: Behringer Neutron Analog Synth Walkthrough & Sounds Demo

Watch this 25 minute video overview and preview / mini-review of the new Behringer Neutron semi-modular analog hardware synthesizer. Find out what it really sounds like and how good it really is.

Review: Apple Logic Pro X 10.4

Logic Pro X 10.4 is packed full of new features, upgrades and enhancements and it's free for existing users. Joe Albano finds much to like in the latest update to Apple's flagship DAW.

Review: Toontrack UK Pop EZX Expansion

Toontrack's latest EZdrummer expansion pack captures the sounds of classic British pop thanks to some meticulous production and big-name performers. Here's what Shane Berry made of it...

This Video Review Of Haken Continuum Fingerboard Shows Just How Unique An Instrument It is

Complex synthesizer? Check. Expressive controller? Check. Continuous playing surface? Check. The Haken Continuum Fingerboard is a synth like no other. This review explores what makes it so special.

Review: Sonnox VoxDoubler

Getting a wider, richer vocal sound without re-recording or heavy editing can be tricky. So could Sonnox's new VoxDoubler save the day? G.W Childs finds out.

Review: UVI Meteor

Dramatic rises, swells, hits and falls can all be found inside UVI's latest multi-instrument, Meteor. Matt Vanacoro road tests it and likes what he finds...

Review: Roland SH-01A

Roland's recreation of its classic SH-101 is the latest addition to the Boutique family and puts amazing sound and control at your fingertips. Check out Rishabh Rajan's in-depth video review here.

Review: Intellijel Plonk Percussive Eurorack Synth Module

As well as having an amazing name, this eurorack module offers up a whole world of percussive textures and even melodic sounds. Jade Wii meets the Intellijel Plonk...

Review: Earthworks QTC 50 Omnidirectional Microphone

Earthworks' QTC50 omnidirectional mic delivers a detailed and open sound, perfect for capturing sounds with no coloration. Rich Tozzoli uses his every single day...

Review: pATCHES Strum, Free Max for Live Device

Strum is a Free Max Device that allows for guitar-inspired rakes across a series of MIDI notes! Dan Hilse, better known as pATCHES, is back with a very unique and free Max for Live MIDI effect indeed.

Review: Altura Theremin MIDI Controller

If you're looking for a new way to play your hardware and software MIDI instruments, this intriguing Theremin-style device looks good. Hollin Jones checks out the Altura from Zeppelin Design Labs.

Review: Fostex T60RP Headphones

A pair of good quality monitoring headphones are a must for any music producer. But was G.W Childs suitably impressed with the Fostex T60RPs and their mahogany cups?

Review: Rob Papen SubBoomBass 2

A longtime studio favorite among producers of all manner of electronic styles – from hip hop to techno and everything in between – Rob Papen’s Subboombass gets a much-anticipated refresh.

Review: Elektron Analog RYTM MKII

With better hardware controls, direct sampling and a whole host of other upgrades and improvements, could the Elektron Analog RYTM MKII be the best drum machine on the market?

Review: Mixed In Key Captain Chords

Need help making chords or getting compositional ideas? Sara Simms checks out Mixed In Key's Captain Chords plugin, which aims to let you do just that.