Get help writing melodies with the new Idea Box, and route the results to any instrument of your choice. Meet Captain Melody 3.0.
This cool sounding virtual synth blends many sound generation technologies and is available at a discount for a limited time. Here's what you need to know.
Integrate your Korg Prologue 8 or 16 hardware synth directly into your DAW for under 6 Euro with this new VST and standalone MIDI editor / controller.
Get easy and detailed MIDI control of your Volca FM hardware from inside your DAW with this new editor software which costs under 6 Euro.
These two free VST / AU plugs bring grit and dirt to any tracks. Grab them from Flintpope today!
A slick yet surprisingly feature-packed way to host all your plugins for live performance without a DAW? Yes please, says Matt Vanacoro.
2getheraudio releases Ticky Clav 2, its second free virtual instrument based on the popular modeled Clavinet plugin from Big Tick Audio
Get the sound of classic 60s Mellotrons in your productions, and it won't cost you a bean. Here's how to do it...
The free 1.2 update for this new virtual modular synth platform greatly expands its power and flexibility. Check out what's new in this video.
Use your VST and AU plug-ins independently of a DAW for live performance with instant switching, full routing and mix support and much more. Here's a demo of how it works.
With over 100GB of sounds and instruments, this is the cream of Steinberg's virtual sound tools. Plus they're also compatible with AU and AAX formats - so nobody is left out.
Save on this bundle of one-knob audio mix and repair processors for a limited time only.
Using the same engine as the company's commercial products, Piano One has over a million free downloads to date, and counting. Grab version 5 here.
2018 saw a raft of updates and new releases, from emulations of vintage gear to new and totally unique soft synthesizers. There's never been a better time to make music with virtual synths.
Native and powered plug-ins trade off price and power in different ways - but which system is right for you? In part one of this guide, Matt Vanacoro explains the pros and cons of each.