Some of the best apps on the App Store just got updated to let you key into Ableton’s new collaboration features, and you don’t even need to be running Live to use it. Is it a game changer?
Max has evolved from being a fiendishly complicated software design environment for code-heads into a slightly more accessible coding environment. If you struggle with circuit diagrams, however, it’s ...
Developed independently, this clever standalone and plug-in controller application will set you back less than the cost of a Big Mac meal.
High resolution display support, unlimited sample rates and a ton of bug fixes. What more could you ask for?
Get the classic sound of plastic hardware from the 80s without the bother of scouring eBay for battered Casio keyboards
Sound collection is free for existing Bitwig license owners and has some cool pre-made trigger setups.
Good news for fans of waveforms and VJ’ing, less so for those who enjoy watching animated vinyl platters on a screen
Swedish music tech behemoth gives away an early Christmas freebie for Windows users. But what could be the thinking behind the move?
Small, powerful and space age: M-Audio's new USB to digital converter solves a range of potential audio headaches. What’s not to like?
FireWire? Forget it. And yes, Thunderbolt on a compact interface with only two premps is a very good idea...
It looks like a DAW and has a load of pro features, but runs on your iPad. Could this be the future?
Recent releases of OS X do a disservice to the company’s reputation for excellence.
You want cloud collaboration? You got cloud collaboration! And a bunch of other new stuff too, obviously.
Synth behemoths transplant virtual studio from Nintendo DS to iPhone. Yes, you read that correctly.
Also works with other software and MIDI hardware, even both at once. Oh, and it's USB powered.
Building your own instruments and effects requires a degree in computing, right? Well, perhaps not.