Mo Volans is back with another 'top 10 series'. This time he shares his favorite effects and synth plug-ins to help you make amazing EDM mixes.
If you already own some of the excellent plug-ins from Rob Papen you need to check out this free AMOD plug-in. G. W. Childs explores it more detail.
If you're looking for a loop and sample-based sequencer for your favorite iOS device, then you need to check out triqtraq. G. W. Childs gives it a complete testing in this review.
Vocal processing can be tricky to get right, but Roland might just have cracked it with the new VT-3…
Embertone have released some impressive instruments of late. Lynda Arnold picks up their Friedlander Violin Kontakt instrument and explores its wide range of dynamic and expressive controls.
We all know the usual suspects for music making on iPad: GarageBand, Auria, etc. If you're looking for apps that bring something new to the table, Toby Pitman shares 5 of the coolest.
Roland has done quite a job of teasing its new AIRA series of instruments, but it’s finally here and we got our hands on some of the first hardware units in the country, starting with the TB-3.
The name 'Hans Zimmer' is enough to get most producers interested, but has Spitfire Audio created an equally high-quality percussion library? Toby Pitman puts it to the test.
A guitar that can tune itself? It's something many guitarists have dreamed of. TronicalTune, a clever bit of auto tuning kit, is designed for the pro & amateur crowd and Andy Bowen gives it spin.
Getting Dub Delay to sound right with standard digital plug-ins can be tricky. Fortunately, there's some delay units designed just for this and Sara Simms is on hand to explore 3 of her favorite ones.
There's lot of software and hardware tools perfect for sound designers, but with so many choices it can be hard to find what you need. Mo Volans outlines his 10 favourite studio tools for the job.
Roland’s drum machines more or less defined the ’80s, but can the TR-8 do the same for a new century?
Just how epic exactly is Zero-G's Epica virtual instrument? Does it live up to its name? Hollin Jones is on a quest to find out.
The original Apogee Jam was a breakthrough device for iOS musicians, it allowed guitarists to record cleanly and digitally into the 30-pin port. How does the newest iteration measure measure up?
Featuring Unison technology for Apollo mic preamps, full AAX 64 support for Mac, and OS X Mavericks compatibility, UAD software 7.5 has arrived. Plus get a 610-B Tube Preamp & EQ plug-in... free!