07 Sep inIf you podcast or live stream, then the new PortCaster by CEntrance could be for you! Full of clever and useful features, we take a look at this well-priced podcasting solution...
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30 Jun in StudioBy giving artists 100% of the revenue and staying transparent, BandLab Albums wants to be what Bandcamp and other rivals are, for better or worse, not...
16 Jun in StudioSteinberg has released Cubasis 3.1 for iOS and Android! By bringing its mobile DAW to Android, Steinberg provides a glimpse of hope to those who are longing for more audio software on the platform.
20 May in GuitarCould the new feature-packed Torpedo Captor X load box from Two notes Audio Engineering, with its compact design and affordable price, replace its costlier competitors?
24 Apr in StudioTC-Helicon announced a pair of compact audio interfaces in the style of popular products by competing brands like IK Multimedia and Audient's EVO line.
17 Apr in StudioKovaluu's innovative Beats and Loops app uses the smartphone's proximity sensor to let you hover your foot and imitate a stomp the way you'd stomp on a pedal.
15 Apr inFender's upgraded Fender Tone 3.0 app comes with real-time interactivity and seamless integration with the company's latest Mustang digital modelling amps.
03 Apr in SynthsMutant is a visually interactive compositional space of cross-platform musical experimentation and transformation - or messing about with sounds in cubes with your mates.
24 Mar in SynthsImaginando has released FRMS the consonant free hybrid synthesizer that ties Granular up with FM and shoves it through a Subtractive sound engine.
21 Mar in GuitarFender is offering the first 100k users a free 3 month subscription to their online guitar tutorial site Fender Play. The lessons cover guitar, bass and ukulele too in a range of styles.
17 Jan in StudioThe iRig Pro DUO I/O has nicer preamps with more gain, USB-C connections for modern devices, new drivers for PC laptops and Surface tablets, and other welcome refinements.
16 Jan in StudioThe tiny UGM 192 records at 24-bit/192kHz and is class-compliant with PC, Mac, Android and iOS devices.