Take a tour of the 10 of our favourite pieces of new music production and DJ gear from NAMM 2020.
Emulating the character of guitar amp reverb systems, this new plug-in from Eventide goes beyond what is possible in the hardware domain.
Just 2000 of these special edition bundles will be produced - here's how you can get your hands on one.
Waves FIT is designed to function as a fully-integrated 16-fader bank with the LV1 mixer. Here's what we know about it.
The new 12Mic, AVB Tool and M-1610 Pro offer flexible, reliable solutions for AVB conversion and recording. Here's what you need to know about them.
If you want the sound of the TR-606 as found on records by Plasticman, Massive Attack and many Acid tracks then the Behringer RD-6 is for you.
From basslines and rave sounds to massive drones and drums - the Erica Synths Bassline DB-01 synthesizer lets you explore new territories of sound and performance techniques.
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.
Apollo-powered recording system features Accelerated Realtime Monitoring, built-in Neve Summing, Multitrack Tape Emulation, new LUNA Instruments from Universal Audio, Moog Music, Spitfire Audio + more
Connect CDJs, turntables and more to the DJM-V10’s six channels and use the specially developed 4-band EQ to sculpt your sound. This is Pioneer DJ's DJM-V10.
These two new audio interfaces are small, bus powered and offer a ton of flexibility. Plus they look pretty cool as well. Here's the details.
It's day 1 of NAMM 2020 and guess who's just plunged headfirst into modular synthesizers? Yes, it's Behringer and they've Brough the System 100 back to life with 11 new modules.
The new Apogee Symphony Desktop is the most affordable Symphony interface yet and includes flagship sound quality, mic preamp emulation, hardware DSP with premium plugins, and a touch screen interface
The latest "next-generation" audio interface from Steinberg includes USB-C connectivity, DSP effects, hybrid microphone preamps and much more.
The successor to the Sub Phatty will be available to buy soon, and it has some serious new capabilities. Here's what we know.