Get the sound of Eventide hardware effects on your iPhone or iPad with this newly released standalone, Audio Unit and IAA-compatible app.
Take advantage of the power of Max4Live without the tedious coding. Modulat brings all of this and more to your Ableton Live system.
From the mind and ears of Simon Stockhausen comes Plurality, an essential collection of sounds for Falcon continuing the cinematic sonic explorations of Ether Fields. Here's more about it.
Serato DJ Pro integration turns the PRIME 4 into the ultimate controller for DJs who are either looking for a high-level 4 channel standalone DJ system, or a feature rich Serato controller, or both.
Longtime Buchla user, synth expert and publisher Steve H reflects on his musical journey with these unique instruments and where he thinks the future of Buchla lies...
You can save lots of time in Logic by making efficient use of its powerful system of patches and settings, recalling whole setups in an instant. Joe Albano shows you how it's done.
Flexible MIDI routing in hardware isn't always simple - unless you have a cool and affordable splitter like the new thru5 from Meeblip.
This new video from Behringer shows just a little of what the new Pro-1 analog synthesiser is capable of sonically. It's well worth a listen... there's a reason why this seems to keep selling out.
Combine MIDI FX into groups and chains for exponentially more MIDI processing firepower in Live. DJ Kiva shows you how.
British music technology company Spitfire Audio have released their highly anticipated BBC Symphony Orchestra sample library. Here's everything you need to know.
More flexibile MIDI output, scale per track, parameter randomization and improved graphics are just some of the upgrades Elektron are giving you for free with its latest OS updates.
Open up whole new worlds of recording and performance possibilities by connecting your MIDI drum kit to your virtual instruments. Matt Vanacoro shows you how to do it right.
This massively updated woodwind instrument contains electronics, can be a MIDI controller and hooks up to an iOS or Android app. It's on Kickstarter until November 16th, 2019.
Designed for more intuitive music-making, MPE controllers sense continuous finger movements in three dimensions. Now, Expressive E has a new collection available that makes full use of the technology.
While Propellerhead is yet to make a dedicated iOS controller for Reason, this third party model has already been updated with support for the latest systems. Here's the detail.