Icelandic music tech company Genki Instruments ships Wave, it's debut product. Wave is the ring that lets you control sound with motion.
Versatile 25-key MicroLab offers high quality keys, travel-friendly features, powerful included software, and integrated cable-tidy.
Working in standalone mode but also compatible with your other Eurorack gear, this clever and compact synth looks like one to watch out for.
Eliminate hardware lag in your MIDI chain with this compact and ARM-powered MIDI interface, perfect for linking up your software and hardware from desktop to mobile.
The third generation of Focusrite's Scarlett audio interfaces brings upgraded preamps, more flexible I/O and more features that make it hard to beat. Hollin Jones found out why.
Create your own DIY hardware drum machine with built-in speakers. No soldering is required and there's even a companion app for detailed editing. Here's the details.
Integrate your Korg Minilogue hardware synth into your DAW projects with this lightweight and affordable MIDI editor from Momo Muller.
The news from Behringer about their poly-aftertouch keyboard is more significant than teasing a specific synth clone as it opens the door for a range of polyphonic models in the future.
Inspired by traditional instruments and paired with a selection of sounds from the UVI catalog, the Grand Fretboard module offers a unique playing experience.
Integrate your Korg Prologue 8 or 16 hardware synth directly into your DAW for under 6 Euro with this new VST and standalone MIDI editor / controller.
Get true piano feel, extensive connectivity and a software bundle worth $700 with Arturia's latest update to its top-tier controller keyboard.
Launching today on Kickstarter, the illuminated keyboard and content-rich app are music tech pioneer ROLI’s first product for a broader audience. Here's what you need to know about them.
Get the sound and feel of classic soul tracks with this new, affordable collection of MIDI parts from Toontrack, with hooks and melodies galore.
With PolyStep Sequencer you can record in real time, with step input or graphical input. And easily transpose your sequences in real time from MIDI input, always staying in scale.
Learn everything you need to know about quantizing MIDI in Logic Pro with this quick and easy guide from Logic expert, Joe Albano.