The first Vostok2020 batch is in production and available to order for purchase - here's what it sounds like and how to get your hands on one.
If you want the sound of the TR-606 as found on records by Plasticman, Massive Attack and many Acid tracks then the Behringer RD-6 is for you.
From basslines and rave sounds to massive drones and drums - the Erica Synths Bassline DB-01 synthesizer lets you explore new territories of sound and performance techniques.
The reviews are coming in. Fortunately, its only taken a few hours since Behringer announced the Poly D, their polyphonic / paraphonic analog synth based on the Model D, for Loopop to oblige.
See how to quickly set up a cool retro synth patch from scratch in Arturia's Pigments by using the instrument's Analog mode and a few tuning, filtering and oscillator tricks.
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.
Chroma+ is a bus processor, mic and instrument preamp with compression, EQ, saturation and a number of configurable options that make it a versatile addition to any pro audio studio.
AAS updates Ultra Analog with home view, two-voice multitimbrality, macros and much more. Plus it's on sale for a limited time.
XPatch-32 is a digitally controlled analogue audio patch bay that allows you to control analogue audio routings in your studio from a computer running the XPatch-32 software.
Roland's TR-909 redefined what was possible for producers and made an impact on electronic music that can still be felt today. Suddi Raval reflects on its rich history.
If you're after a more analog sound for your productions there are some specific types of gear you will want to look at. Joe Albano gives you the inside track...
Analog gear never went away, and its popularity is on the rise again. So in a world of digital, why would you turn to the analog domain? Here are 5 good reasons...
This new modular system from Audiophile Circuits League can tackle a vast range of sounds, and even has a built-in audio interface. Here's the lowdown.
The two companies have teamed up to break new ground in the world of hardware analog synthesizers. Here's what they told us about the move.
Printing mixes to tape is a process that's still in regular use in studios, for the unique character it can impart to a mix. Here, Joe Albano shows you why it can be a good way to work.