Sonic Charge have updated all their products with new features and a number of bug fixes.
Spitfire Audio announces the Black Weekend 2022 – running from Thursday 24th November to Wednesday 30th November 2022.
Looking for a portable analog synth with internal sequencer, built-in effects and more? Rishabh Rajan takes a look at the Uno Synth Pro, from IK Multimedia.
iZotope has released the latest version of their premiere audio repair suite—RX 10 adds both incremental & under-the-hood improvements, and several new features. Joe Albano takes a look at them.
Akai Professional is extremely excited to announce the new MPC Key 61, a revolutionary production tool for today’s modern music creator.
Steinberg’s flagship DAW gets a host of creative and workflow upgrades plus Apple Silicon support. Could this be the greatest version of Cubase ever?
The most anticipated synthesizer and music instrument show of the year is back in Berlin... Three days of SUPERBOOTH22 and two days of SOOPERgrail!
The SWAM technology is a great way to create the timbre and expressivity of real instruments. Matt Vanacoro investigates...
Image-Line are happy to announce the FL Studio 20.9.1 'More than maintenance update’. The main focus of this update is to make improvements and bugfixes, but there’s some interesting new features too!
The most comprehensive and authentic-sounding sampled vintage synth collection gets a major upgrade! Matt Vanacoro dives deep into it...
What if notes did more than trigger your sounds? Notes just do more in Bitwig Studio version 4.1, both on the timeline and in performance.
First announced at NAMM 2020, the Korg Opsix is now finally a reality. Was it worth the wait? Rishabh Rajan investigates.
Logic 10.7 has landed and mixing in Spatial Audio is the star of this release along with a bunch of powerful new features, plugins and enhancements.
Focusrite’s latest Clarett+ 2Pre brings upgraded converters and 10x4 I/O to an incredibly compact package. Hollin Jones put it to the test…
According to Korg, their Nautilus workstation offers the most dazzling and expansive collection of sounds ever put into a Korg synthesizer. Matt Vanacoro discovers whether it lives up to the hype.