Use your VST and AU plug-ins independently of a DAW for live performance with instant switching, full routing and mix support and much more. Here's a demo of how it works.
With over 100GB of sounds and instruments, this is the cream of Steinberg's virtual sound tools. Plus they're also compatible with AU and AAX formats - so nobody is left out.
Use this innovative synth as a plugin inside your iOS DAW with enhanced support in version 2.
2018 saw a raft of updates and new releases, from emulations of vintage gear to new and totally unique soft synthesizers. There's never been a better time to make music with virtual synths.
Native and powered plug-ins trade off price and power in different ways - but which system is right for you? In part one of this guide, Matt Vanacoro explains the pros and cons of each.
16 voice polyphonic with 2 oscillators per voice, Bolt is a confident first foray into the world of plug-in synthesis from the maker of Impakt and T-series hardware controllers.
The developer has brought its delay / mod plugin to iPhone and iPad for free and as well as a standalone app it also runs in AU format inside your mobile DAW.
Well here's something unexpected! Propellerhead just released their powerful Europa spectral wavetable synth as a VST/AU plugin and also as a free online web version too.
Imaginando's latest VST / AU effect is a delay modulator, and it's completely free! Check out the details here and download it today.
Long gone are the days when the iPad was a mere sketchpad. Now, it really can be the heart of your music-making setup, as Hollin Jones explains.
Innovative new plug-in from Sinevibes looks set to change the way we think about manipulating the timing and feel of audio parts in realtime.
One of the announcements at NAMM 2016 that really impressed us was regarding the upcoming (free) Rob Papen PRISMA. Essentially it's a software plug-in host that stacks multiple synth plugins together.
Back on October 9th we reported about the BETA for OS X 10.11.1 with a fix for Audio Unit validation! Today OS X 10.11.1 has been officially released and Apple tell us all is well.
Sinevibes Hologram is an audio unit that spectrally re-synthesizes your sounds in real-time. It's Mac only... but check out the video and you'll likely agree it looks interesting for just $29.
If you make music and own an iPad (capable of running the upcoming iOS 9) then allow yourself a wide smile. Apple are bringing audio units (you know effect and instrument plugins) to iOS 9 iPad soon.