A new web portal for selling, buying and servicing used consoles and controllers, 'Resurface', is launched. Can this service change the pro audio market?
Chandler and Abbey Road join forces to develop a microphone with the EMI badge: the REDD Microphone - and have come up with a truly exciting product.
Something seems very dated here. There feels like a lot of marketing hot air involved here. What we need are updated DSP solutions. Maybe NAMM next year?
Our roving reporter caught up with the team from Sontronics at MPX 2016 today, and look what was on the corner of their stand! More to follow about 'Mercury' soon.
Love it or hate it, Ozone 7 Elements is here offering 'mastering by presets'. Are iZotope milking their reputation, or should we all be thankful?
SAM Systems from Devon, UK have invented INTEGRAL, a retro-fit close micing product for guitar cabs. Can this clever product deliver a genuine revolution in guitar recording?
Slate's Media Technology department have developed a monitor controller for their RAVEN systems, or as a standalone unit. 'Control' is shipping now.
We've been following the recent teaser campaign by FabFilter closely, eagerly waiting to see this new reverb plug-in. Announced today, here is Pro-R.
After feeling sceptical about this new plug-in when it was announced last week, perhaps it's ok after all. Want to widen your mono sources? Check out Haaze.
How loud should your master be? How will the loudness treatment effect your mix? MasterCheck Pro is a metering and quality-simulator plug-in here to help.
Wasn't it about this time last year we saw the new iPad Pro? Are Apple planning a surprise release in time for Christmas?
Not another saturation plug-in I hear you ask? Well, not quite. PUNISH has a lot more on offer, including its own flavour of distortion effects.
Last week we reported on a teaser video from FabFilter. Turns out it is a reverb plug-in and part 2 sees Rik Simpson taking a first glimpse of "Pro-R".
Klark Teknik producing a clone? Something feels amiss. Surely Behringer who own Klark Teknik are abusing the name.
With so much interest around the release of the Qcon Pro X, many have waited a long time to actually buy one. Limited stocks available later this month.
FabFilter have published a teaser video on their YouTube channel highlighting an imminent plug-in release. But what is it, a new reverb? We're in the dark until 15th Nov.