A modular synth in a small pedal with unprecedented tracking abilities, lightning-fast response, and countless sound options - synthesists, guitarists and bassists take note.
This affordable app for iPhone and iPad unlocks the power of ROLI's Blocks hardware without the need for a computer. Here's what it can do.
An innovative new app for iOS and Android is seeking to help you simplify and perfect the soundcheck process. Here's how it works.
Reclouder takes a new approach to audio recording, and can be used without a computer while still accessing the cloud. With a crowdfunding campaign coming soon, here's what you need to know.
Propellerhead has updated its Reason for iOS app with new synths and content, and it's still free to download. Hollin Jones put it to the test.
With 15 different effect modules, such as Panning modulation, Phaser, Distortion, Tape Saturation, Pitch Shifter, Delay, this new plug-in is available for Mac, PC and iOS.
Mouse support, USB drives, better multitasking and much more are coming to the iPad with the new iPadOS. Here's how they are going to revolutionise your mobile music life.
Reason Compact 2.0, an easy-to-use iOS mobile app, gives you a comprehensive music studio in your pocket ready to make music on the go.
Big changes and improvements in Audiobus 3.4 will be music to the ears of anyone making music on iOS and needing to send signal between apps. Here's what's new.
Imaginando's latest vintage delay plug-in for desktop and iOS is seriously affordable and brings a touch of retro to your productions. Hollin Jones put it to the test...
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.
A rugged, well-featured and affordable audio interface that can also be powered from a new iPad Pro? Matt Vanacoro wonders if Fluid Audio's SRI-2 is too good to be true.
Synclavier Digital delves into its iconic past to bring the classic Synclavier II sound engine back to the future as iOS apps. Here's what you need to know.
Feature parity across Mac and iOS devices makes sense for developers, but at what cost for the people who rely on pro software to make music?
Apple's latest iPad Pro models are the most powerful it's ever made, and have a new design. Should musicians and producers take the plunge, or look elsewhere?