CME Pro have announced an effective solution to boost wireless MIDI performance on any operating system.
Easy-to-use products provide low-latency wireless MIDI communication between electronic musical instruments, MIDI hardware, computers, and iOS devices.
WIDI from CME is a completely wireless, fully standalone, 100% MIDI adaptor that wants to get you syncing and jamming with your hardware synths and instruments with fewer cables.
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.
The latest wireless headphones from Master & Dynamic bring USB-C, dual microphones and active noise cancelling technology to these premium models. Hollin Jones took them on the road...
New portable system easily handles the most demanding assignments with 100 watts of dynamic power, 8-in 2-way speaker, Bluetooth streaming, multiple ins/outs and 45-hour rechargeable battery.
This striking, wearable wireless boombox from Peopeo has a bunch of tricks including USB power output, a 15-hour battery life and weather sealing. Hollin Jones hit the road with it...
Designed to be eco-friendly, this backpack, battery-powered wireless speaker will certainly set tongues wagging with its unique looks. Hand built, you won't see or hear anything quite like it.
The first really serious MIDI and DAW control app for Apple Watch is here, and it's going to revolutionise your workflow. Hollin Jones explains why.
This brand new app, three years in the making, harnesses the power of Apple's recent Watch models to give you a whole new way to control MIDI gear. Here's what you need to know.
Master And Dynamic's MW07s are the NYC company's first true wireless earbuds. Could they be the holy grail for hassle-free listening?
Apple's 2018 iPad Pro lineup is the biggest thing to happen to the iPad, well... ever. As fast as MacBook Pros, with USB C, Face ID and bigger screens, could they be the perfect musician's companion?
Designed for music performance but equally at home with casual listening, the Natus One system promises ultra low latency, lossless Bluetooth audio. Can it be true?
We caught up with the developers of this tactile drum machine and MIDI trigger to find out what it can do, and made a short video showing off its many talents.
Wireless earbuds are becoming more common as phones ditch more and more ports. Hollin Jones road tested Wicked Audio's Raiders, in walnut finish...