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.
Integrate your Korg Minilogue hardware synth into your DAW projects with this lightweight and affordable MIDI editor from Momo Muller.
Flexible MIDI routing, new presets and two pattern effect slots per row are just some of the new features in the latest update to this nifty MIDI plug-in effect.
With Mine S, users no longer have to buy multiple controllers to control new software or devices. And this new system just smashed through its funding target...
This 42HP eurorack modular performance sequencer workstation has 2 octaves of keys, USB MIDI integration with your DAW, hardware and eurorack gear. Here's what we know so far.
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.
Nektar's latest ultra-portable USB MIDI controllers are affordable and offer the company's legendary DAW integration. Here's the details.
Suitable for many genres and bundled with time-tested preset MIDI patterns, ChordPotion helps you take simple input and turn it into cool patterns to spice up your tracks.
High BPMs and complex patterns are no problem for Polyend's PERC. Check out this video of Andrew Huang using it to beef up a live performance.
Take two cables into the studio? Just use re-Connect, the new and versatile MIDI-to-USB-C cable from Joué.
Buy a Korg Prologue 8 or 16 during March 2019 and get an SQ1 MIDI sequencer for free. Here's everything you need to know about the deal.
Get this cool hardware MIDI sequencer, based off the company's Max For Live device, while you can because quantities are strictly limited. Here's how you can get one...
This brand new app, three years in the making, harnesses the power of Apple's recent Watch models to give you a whole new way to control MIDI gear. Here's what you need to know.
This forthcoming Apple Watch app looks like it could be just the ticket for synth heads... so what's the deal with controlling synths from your wrist?
Designing your own MIDI controller can give you unparalleled levels of control over your software. Liam Lacey explains how you could go about making it a reality.