Complete specifications for the much-anticipated update to MIDI 1.0 are now available to the public.
The Artiphon Orba is a band in your hand that just raised $1.4M on Kickstarter. Here's what it does.
A streamlined production process means Genki Instruments has cut prices on its innovative controller. Plus there's a full release of its companion app, Softwave.
With USB charging and MIDI, bluetooth and DAW integration as well as classic guitar features, the latest hardware from Jamstik looks set to shake up the guitar MIDI world.
A portable 88-key controller with upgraded features and a generous software bundle? Get all of that and more with Arturia's new KeyLab Essential 88.
MIDI drum hardware has come a long way since the early days. Joe Albano explains your options, and why a MIDI drum kit might be the perfect instrument for you.
Create percussive polyrhythmic sequences or explore endless melodic variations with this new hardware sequencer.
Limited Quantities of Osmose “Second Chance” Reservations Are Available for Anyone Who Missed Out on the Sold-Out “Early Bird” Offer.
The ultra-portable MIDI controller and performance keyboard gets a brand new grand piano instrument as well as a Manager App for easier preset management. Here's what you need to know.
White is black and black is white with this new, limited edition inverted Minilab MkII. Get one while you can, as Arturia is only making a few!
This multi-talented MIDI controller looks like nothing else we saw at Soundmit. But just what can it do? Find out in this short hands-on video demo.
Imagine being able to control VCV rack with hardware that is super affordable and will essentially give you a eurorack-style setup for a fraction of the cost. This is MIDILAR.
Flexible MIDI routing in hardware isn't always simple - unless you have a cool and affordable splitter like the new thru5 from Meeblip.
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.
Designed for more intuitive music-making, MPE controllers sense continuous finger movements in three dimensions. Now, Expressive E has a new collection available that makes full use of the technology.