TB-303: the instrument that created a movement, is now available as part of your Cloud subscription.
Roland expands its Cloud library of instruments and sounds with new acoustic drums and classic SRX synths, included in the monthly or yearly subscription. Here's the details.
Process very large numbers of audio files through multiple FX stages with this server-based system, ideal for games development and production.
BandLab has experienced massive growth in user numbers in its relatively short history. Now it's passed 5 million, with more new stuff in the pipeline...
No more wasting precious time searching through files, emails and texts. Could Bounce Boss solve the world's online musical collaboration woes?
'Compose with your voice' using sophisticated pitch- and beat-to-MIDI features that quickly turn your vocal ideas into songs. Amped Studio 2 is free to use.
This fully online music system uses drag and drop with a library of thousands of pre-created loops and parts and even takes care of the licensing. Here's what you need to know about it.
Yes, that's right - access top end hardware effects over the internet in realtime. How can this be? Here's all the details you need to know about mix:analog.
Musician and technologist Tim Exile has been working on something secret. Endlesss aims to bring the joy back to music making, and early sign ups are available now.
Output's latest virtual instrument has a twist - it's cloud-based and delivers new content to you every single day. But how does that work in practice? G.W Childs found out.
Apple's iCloud storage, which is available for Windows as well as the Mac, can be a great way to securely manage and organise your music sessions and other files. Here's how to do it.
iCloud provides a number of ways in which you can streamline your workflow and get access from any device to your music and sample libraries. Here are some ways that the cloud can change your life.
It's in its infancy, but Soundbridge could be the next big thing: a local or cloud-based DAW that is, for now at least, completely free to use. Matt Vanacoro is suitably impressed.
If you thought that online DAWs were a pale imitation of the real thing, BandLab may very well be the one that makes you change your mind.