229 Results for "Digital"
23 Mar in SynthsElmyra is a platform for sonic exploration thru the weirdness of drones and implausibility of textures. It's inspired by that Godfather of weirdness the SOMA Labs Lyra-8 and you can build it yourself.
11 Mar in GuitarSeymour Duncan's new Polaron has a big array of analogue phase tones available, like Auto Wah, Rotary Speaker (Leslie), Talkbox, Flanger and Phaser - all controlled using a digital technology.
29 Feb in LiveWe posed a question to our readers: "Is the analog mixing desk dead for live sound?". Digital desks have never been better, but the poll results may surprise you...
28 Jan in Music TechUnited Plugins has released Verbum Entropic Hall. The reverb plug-in offers some unique parameters and seeks to combine the best of the analogue and digital worlds.
20 Jan in GuitarThe Death By Audio ROOMS stereo digital reverb pedal has been teased on Instagram and was seen on display at Winter NAMM. But when will it actually be released?
20 Jan in GuitarEven owners of the V2 version will want to check out the new updated Earthquaker Devices Afterneath V3, because it comes with an EXP input with 9 different modes for the drag parameters.
15 Jan in GuitarWalrus Audio has just announced their new Mako Series and the fire model is the new D1 pedal chichis programmable with studio grade delays on tap.
14 Jan in SynthsThe Sequential Pro 3 is a future-retro mash up of beauty and technology blending 3 oscillators, 3 filters and 3 LFOs with digital FX and a 16-track sequencer.
07 Jan in SynthsWith a dash of nostalgia, a pinch of evolution and a huge chunk of new content Korg works its magic on the Wavestation to give us Wavestate; a fabulously dynamic digital synth that never sits still.
04 Jan in LiveProCo Sound has announced the W.I.E.M.S. wireless in-ear monitoring system. The company says that the W.I.E.M.S. is the most compact wireless in-ear system on the market.
13 Dec 2019 in LiveXVive has announced the U4 wireless in-ear monitoring system. The XVive U4 uses 2.4 GHz digital transmitting technology and is easy to set up and use, the company says. It's also quite affordable.