GeoShred 5.1 for iPad was impressive before, but how does it appeal to musicians after the SWAM update now that six world-class instruments from Audio Modeling are available? Find out here.
Podcasting is more popular than ever. Hollin Jones reveals his top picks for free or inexpensive software and hardware tools to get the job done.
The Acoustic Samples B5 v3 is a stunning Leslie virtual instrument with an incredible amount of flexibility and control. Matt Vanacoro puts it through its paces.
Steinberg has released a major update to its flagship DAW focused on pro features and workflow enhancements. Hollin Jones gets under the hood of Cubase 11 Pro.
Getting hands on with Ableton Live beyond your mouse or trackpad involves some kind of external controller. Here's 5 top controllers curated by Ableton Certified Trainer, Noah Pred.
This slick and futuristic beat-making app for iOS is addictive and sounds great. Hollin Jones can’t stop making tunes with Auxy Pro…
Certified Ableton Trainer, Noah Pred, highlights five of his favorite Max for Live devices that can help your productions in Ableton Live shine through.
Arturia's V Collection is expanding year on year. Matt Vanacoro digs deep into the impressive collection of 28 historic, classic synth and instrument emulartions.
IK bundles 70 of its premium FX and processors into a virtual rack system with a few tricks up its sleeve. Hollin Jones took it for a spin…
Behringer has been on a roll with recreating synths of yesteryear and It was welcomed when they recreated one of the most popular synths of the 70’s, the ARP 2600. Let’s take a look and listen.
Eventide have made one of their most popular, classic reverb algorithms available for everyone in Shimmerverb that takes any source and makes it literally do what its name suggests.
Does the new Roland Fantom 8 drop a marker for other keyboard synth workstation makers to measure up to? Matt Vanacoro finds out and discovers there's some futuristic features inside.
When TC Electronic's excellent Brickwall HD plug-in is paired with its hardware controller, it doesn't just lead to a more convenient mastering audio workflow but encourages experimentation too.
From accurate, analog recreations to delightful digital machines and hybrid hardware units that push the sonic boundaries, 2020 has seen some excellent new hardware synths released.
2020 saw a heavy focus on classic synth recreations, scoring collections and ever more advanced instrument designs. Here’s 9 of the best…