After a long quiet period, Instruō is back with a Through-Zero analogue oscillator, a Logic module, and an update on their Fader module.
Thomann currently has a deal on the Band Industries Roadie 2 Tuner. But if you're interested you better act fast, as once they're gone, they're gone!
The VM900 collection is Cherry Audio's attempt to capture the magic of the Moog 900-series modular synthesizer in software form. It's looking pretty epic.
The new Nektar Impact LX Mini is a 25-key USB keyboard controller that packs many useful features for controlling your DAW and software synths.
Sound artist Sam Topley works with textiles to create interactive musical experiments and instruments. Her latest is a fabulously embroidered noise machine.
The new V-MODA Hexamove Pro and Hexamove Lite mark the first earphones from Roland's subsidiary company. But does style come with substance?
The latest Harley Benton Fusion-T HH Roasted models feature roasted hard Canadian flame maple necks, Roswell pickups, and six great finishes.
Console-maker Harrison has a new analog-inspired plug-in, the 32C Vocal Intensity Processor, to quickly whip voice recordings in shape.
The new Revv Amplification G8 Noise Gate is based on the company's Generator Series 120 MKIII amp-head, and opitimised for all guitars rigs.
iZotope followed up on its September announcement with the release of RX9 and Post Production Suite 6. Here's what's hot in post-production!
The Boss RC-600 is the company's new flagship looper system and has some serious power inside that bright red metal chassis.
The new TMA-1 fuzz pedal from Acorn Amplifiers bears a striking resemblance to HAL 9000 and is now available for pre-order.
Harley Benton's MiniStomp compact effects pedal range has loads of new effects, including drive, fuzz, modulation, reverb, and delays!
Another virtual synth from Infected Sounds and Rewired Records is packed full of EDM sounds made from 2 oscillators running 250 waveforms.
The new Harley Benton DLX and LTD models feature gold Gotoh hardware, Tesla humbuckers, and a host of other upgrades.
Word on the street is that Roland is dishing out an extensive update for the SP-404, a 16-year old sampler that still rocks - in its own way.