With Glastonbury 2022 underway this past week, we take a look at some of the gear choices from the top acts appearing at the festival.
Hardware processing on your master out can be a gamechanger when working in the box. We check out the best stereo compressors under $2000.
In the spirit of Paul McCartney's 80th birthday celebration this week, we look back at some of his favourite gear choices over the years.
We take a closer look at the Teenage Engineering MOAD, the mother of all decks. A custom spec live console built for Swedish House Mafia!
The new LF-D 60 Bass Trap set from t.akustik is a 2-piece corner mount kit that specifically absorbs low frequencies in your studio.
The Klevgrand Fosfat harmonic transient processor is now available through an introductory offer! We check out some of the features.
Soundtoys Vocal Processing Week is running until June 26! This is a great opportunity to get up to 75% off Soundtoys effects plugins.
Kate Bush is back in the charts again with her 1985 single, Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God). We take a deep dive into the song's production.
With so much new tech aimed at podcasting and streaming available, it's hard to know where to start. Let's find out how to start a podcast!
Ikea and Swedish House Mafia introduces Obegransäd! A new range of furniture for music creators and a sleek USB-powered turntable.
We briefly explore the history of the iconic Neve 1073 channel strip and check out some of the different formats and designs available.
Google's new feature drop brings us pocket operator for Pixel, a new video sampling and sequencing app created with Teenage Engineering.
We check out the highlights from Apple's WWDC 2022! Watch the all-new M2-powered MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro take center stage.
We explore Jacktrip, a new platform aimed at real-time remote performance, collaboration, and recording for musicians, studios, and venues.
We dive into the rather idiosyncratic process of upgrading to the new Apple Mac Studio with our Gearnews.de editor, Marcus Schmahl.
We discuss the magic of 1980s reverb, why it's still in use today, and the different ways to bring classic reverb sounds to your setup.