Arturia’s highly anticipated AudioFuse Studio interface is now available worldwide. After a thorough period of testing and refinements, the versatile desktop interface is ready to meet the world.
The next version of the 3D audio recording and production, Zylvia Studio 2.0, is now available.
Recorded with a collection of vintage tube microphones in world famous EastWest Studio 3, this new instrument lets you create your own backing vocals entirely in software.
The special edition of the popular AD/DA converter boasts the same class-leading features in a sleek black design.
Take your I/O to the next level with this advanced new patchbay hardware and software system from Canada's Flock Audio.
Set up your audio inputs, record in a loop and then choose the best take or comp together the perfect performance. Learn how in this short tutorial.
The new 12Mic, AVB Tool and M-1610 Pro offer flexible, reliable solutions for AVB conversion and recording. Here's what you need to know about them.
Two new portable and affordable audio interfaces from Audient are about to hit the market. Here's what you need to know about EVO.
The new Apogee Symphony Desktop is the most affordable Symphony interface yet and includes flagship sound quality, mic preamp emulation, hardware DSP with premium plugins, and a touch screen interface
These new updates to the classic ISA range provide superior performance and Dante compatibility. Here's the lowdown.
Steinberg launches a new range of USB 3.0 audio interfaces, each featuring different input/output capabilities, overall robust build quality, premium audio and a comprehensive software bundle.
Arturia's flagship audio interface is designed to work in a number of different modes to fit the way you make music. Plus it comes with some cool software, as Hollin Jones discovered.
Austrian Audio announces that its new large diaphragm microphone, the OC818, will be displayed for the first time at the AES NY show. Read on for more details...
These compact and portable audio recording interfaces from MOTU have everything you need to capture audio on the move, and they're attractively priced, too.
This tiny, free system add-on could save you hours of fruitless audio patching. Read on to find out how.