NI continue their holiday tradition of giving away some software each year – and these little gems often prove something to use the whole year round.
KORG will remake the iconic semi-modular subtractive instrument in 2020, or so says Jean-Michel Jarre.
If you normally leave a DAW like DP in order to do non-linear clip triggering with other software or hardware, MOTU have something they’d like to show you.
Behringer’s anticipated moves into Eurorack are arriving – with a Eurorack case to get you started. There’s no price, but the product does look a lot like an existing competitor.
Roland’s latest play for making digital pianos commonplace: add the popular Alexa service, and sell on Amazon.
It’s a place for the misfits, bound by a love for electronic music and self-expression. Russian-born DJ and event organizer Lana Lain talks about her journey, from cassette to rave to the phenomenon that is ФОМО.
It’s still tough to beat FL Studio when it comes to, well, playing with stuff – in a tool in which that play can get very advanced indeed.
It’s a magical time of year when the whole spectrum of humanity comes together as brothers and sisters in a shared belief: that this endlessly looping Christmas music is seriously going to make us all go completely mental.
For years, musicians have asked for software to do what the BOSS RC-505 Loop Station does, and make looping easy. The Audiokit L7 does just that.
Dark themes are all the rage these days, from phones to desktop OSes. Now it’s time for stuff you use every day to go properly to black, too – hello Ableton Live and SoundCloud. Okay, dark themes actually have inspired some controversy when it comes to usability and even eye fatigue. But it’s pretty understandable […]