A new 303 is exactly what Behringer have in store for us with their latest synthesizer. The TD-3 is an authentic clone with an incredibly low price that makes it a must buy regardless.
Roland's VR-1HD is a thoroughly capable multicam video mixer. But as Matt Vanacoro discovered, there's much more to it than that. Read on to find out just what it can do...
Relive the sound of the 1990s with these classic presets for the JV1080 and other Roand hardware synths and workstations.
Designed for all screen types, from mobile devices to notebooks and desktops, Roland's new Zenbeats works across all major platforms and devices. Here's the details.
The Behringer Deepmind features heavily on the new Kanye album, Jesus Is King, in preference to his Roland Juno according to Mike Dean.
The 4XCamera Maker App allows quick and easy production from multiple iOS devices without the expensive equipment. Here's how.
The AE-01 Aerophone mini simplifies learning a musical instrument for music-lovers. Here's what we know about it.
Roland's TR-909 redefined what was possible for producers and made an impact on electronic music that can still be felt today. Suddi Raval reflects on its rich history.
Swedish influencer will join Ask.Audio, Moog, Arturia, Roland and many more leading music tech exhibitors at this expo in Turin on the 2-3 November 2019.
Alongside the new grooveboxes, Boutique synths and Fantom range, Roland has announced the new Jupiter-X and Jupiter-Xm synthesizers. Here's what we know so far...
Roland's new JU-06A combines the best of the JUNO-60 and JUNO-106 in a modern and compact, battery-powered instrument that’s convenient to play anywhere.
Roland tells us their new groove boxes, MC-101 and MC-707 are powerful, self-contained production platforms for modern electronic music creators.
The all-new expandable Fantom keyboards from Roland offer fluid workflow, modeless operation, deep computer integration, and much more.
Arturia's latest bundle of effects they think you'll actually use is here and this time it's the turn of some classic delays. Rishabh Rajan put them to the test.
Noriyasu San, the legendary Japanese synth builder, was photographed playing the Behringer clone of his own Roland VP330... and he expressed his happiness.