Fault promises to be a cool new pitch and time based plugin, capable of conventional subtle effects through to extreme modulated mayhem.
Freestyle combines a bunch of VSTi's and effects into an ultimate combi patch in this next-generation VST Host.
Unlearn your recording technique and open yourself to the wonderfully creative chaos of the Sylvia Massy method.
The ex-Ozzy Osborne guitarist has moved onwards and upwards since parting ways with the Sabbath front man. This new range is full of Iron Man spirit and definitely not one for the Paranoid.
You've spent hours perfecting your tone with careful programming and these new cabs will, Matrix say, keep all your hard work sounding just as you dialled it and at any volume.
Based on the Epiphone guitars as originally built in the 1930s, this new range brings them kicking and screaming into the modern day, with features to make them appeal to modern players.
Limited edition? The ultimate digital delay? Well maybe or maybe not, Mr Black. But they do know a thing or two about making good delays, though, so possibly worth a punt?
Pretentious bollocks from Elektron teasing what may or may not be some kind of product.
Steinberg have announced that the next version of Cubase and Nuendo will be 64-bit only, with no VST Bridge for 32-bit plug-ins.
Shipping in August, these two new foot controllable effect pedals allow you to adjust them whilst your hands are busy playing your guitar.
Looking for a console with a small footprint and customisable options? Then this Kickstarter campaign by Mana Modular might be the solution for you.
I'm normally very skeptical of any signature plugin, but this one resonates with me: it aims to deliver the high standard for audio processing Infected Mushroom are renowned for.
Dirty? Filthy, more like! These pedals promise a couple unique features and a new twist on on classic '60s and '70s classic pedal designs.
A little post on Facebook puts the synth world in a spin. Is the long rumoured Behringer synthesizer about to be revealed? Oh yes indeed.
After a false start last week Emulator 2 is finally here - but have Touch Innovations given the finger to the "free updates for life" SmithsonMartin users? (updated)
The uniquely Indian Swar Studio evolves into a simple but competent DAW for anyone wanting a bit of Bollywood flavour.