Heavyocity shook up the cinematic scoring world with the Damage percussive instrument and now they’re back with version 2. Hollin Jones gets scoring with it…
Sugar Bytes brings a taste of the past and the future to its latest drum machine. But it’s so much more, as Hollin Jones finds out.
In this world-first video review of the new Generate synthesizer from Eventide and New Fangled Audio Rishabh Rajan explores the sound design potential of this truly unique software instrument.
Continuing their tradition of creating virtual models of hardware effects, Arturia have released a trifecta of modulation fx. Is this holy trinity of modulation fx something you will actually use?
With its new interface, VST expression maps and other excellent features, Matt Vanacoro puts Steinberg's Dorico 3.5 professional notation software to the test.
Is MK3 the most advanced and powerful Novation grid and pad controller for producing with Ableton Live and other DAWs?
Does Eventide's CrushStation tread the same, overdrive path as other distortion plugins, or can it offer a usable and unique sonic palette for the modern producer? Hollin Jones gears up to find out.
Just how suitable is the super expensive new Apple Mac Pro for musicians and producers? Matt Vanacoro has tested one in his studio setup for a month.
The new semi-modular polyrhythmic analog synthesizer from Moog, Subharmonicon, just got a major, in-depth video review from Rishabh Rajan. This is the video you'll want to watch.
Moog Music's new semi-modular analog polyrhythmic synthesizer, Subharmonicon, is now available worldwide.
Imagine a powerful 6-track groovebox with 6 FM synthesis engines and an Elektron sequencer with per-step automation and you've got the Model:Cycles. Watch this to find out if it's good for you.
If you're interested in bringing audio via mics and other instruments into your modular synth setup you need to check out Beefaco's Instrument Interface. Scott Riesterer shows you why and how.
Find out how inspiring the new Nord Wave 2 keyboard synth really is in this in-depth review by music veteran, Matt Vanacoro.
The entire collection of Arturia's "Audio Effects You'll Actually Use" includes some choice plug-ins of important hardware emulations covering filters, preamps, compressors, delays and reverbs.
IK has updated its iRig Keys MIDI controller with a new look and feel and even an audio output. Hollin Jones takes it on the road.