The latest update to Kroma actually has two instruments with the addition of PolarX, a new two-layer synth - and it's on sale. Here's what you need to know about it.
Acclaimed Reason synths, instruments, Players and effects now available for any DAW in the latest version, Reason 11.1. Here's what's new.
UAD Software v9.11 includes new direct developer plug-ins from Brainworx and Sonnox and the update is free for existing users.
UVI's Falcon is a powerful environment for building synth or sample-based instruments, and it's easier than you may think. Joe Albano shows you how it's done.
Streamline your beat-making and make better beats in less time with this new plug-in from Mixed In Key. Here's what you need to know about Captain Beat.
Take advantage of huge discounts on this bundle of 16 pro video courses that will teach you everything you need to know about making music with NI's software instruments.
Feel the lo-fi magic of the 1980s with six unique effects in one strange plugin. Here's what Super VHS can do for your productions.
Waldorf Music is celebrating its 30th anniversary with 50% off all its software until October 27th.
Open up whole new worlds of recording and performance possibilities by connecting your MIDI drum kit to your virtual instruments. Matt Vanacoro shows you how to do it right.
A raft of improvements come to this powerful suite of plug-ins for de-clicking, de-clipping and generally fixing your audio problems. Here's what's new.
Get this time limited offer and snap up two bargains for the price of one. Here's what you need to do to take advantage of it.
With a simple interface and an attractive price, Klevgrand's latest plug-in for desktop and iOS looks to add punch to your bass sounds.
Get the classic Leslie sound on your iOS device as a standalone of plug-in application for just $7.99. Here's the details.
The latest offer for members of Novation’s Sound Collective community is a trio of uniquely evocative plug-ins, available for free download from 3rd October to 5th December.
This powerful auto-tuning and pitch correction software from Antares can deliver everything from subtle tweaks to all-out robot vocal. Matt Hepworth put it to the test.