09 Jun in GuitarThe "amp modelling vs tube amp" debate has been heating up of late: Have amp modellers finally won the war? Are tube amps out-dated? Don't write off tube amps just yet, we say...
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20 May in SynthsSounds Machines are taking their touch Lightstrip technology to a new level with the EuroTouch format. One format, 14 modules all with 4 channels of touch built in.
09 May in SynthsWorking class heroes XAOC has 5 new shiny modules covering digital hacking, waveform processing, DSP effects, stereo mixing and delay. It's always fabulously intriguing stuff.
08 May in LiveAlto Professional has announced the introduction of the TS3 series powered subwoofers. The TS318S and TS315S are designed to complement the TS3 series full-range speakers.
04 Apr in SynthsMakeProAudio is resurrecting the CreamWare virtual synthesizers with a single SHARC DSP inside a neat little box that you build yourself. Dino Park is surprisingly affordable and open-ended.
26 Mar inPreSonus has introduced the StudioLive Series III S Series of digital mixers. The 64S, 32S, 32SX, and 32SC come with DSP processing, many onboard FX, 128-channel USB recording, and flexible routing.
04 Mar in Music TechMarian has released two interfaces into what must surely be one of the fastest shrinking markets in audio: PCIe cards. And OS compatibility includes (drum roll) Windows XP.
24 Jan in GuitarZoom's new GCE-3 Guitar Lab Circuit Emulator can easily fit in your pocket, it is so small. The audio interface uses the Guitar Lab software to give you virtual guitar rig setups you can customise.
24 Jan in SynthsQu-Bit has three new modules for us this year: Prism the stereo signal processor and filter, Bloom a weird fractal sequencer and a very welcome update to the Chord polyphonic oscillator.
24 Jan in Music TechSteinberg is getting into the Thunderbolt rackmount audio interface game with the new AXR4. It's a flagship product designed for professional recording that features DSP effects and MIDI.
21 Jan in GuitarTwo more Fender effects pedals have been leaked by CME. These pedals use DSP to mimic some of the company's classic amp tones and one adds a stereo rotary speaker emulator to its pedal range.
18 Jan in GuitarEventide has been busy cultivating the Rose effect pedal. It is a new BBD style delay built with modern tech and it has oodles of modulation parameters for you to tweak.
07 Jan in GuitarAudient is teasing a new box on Twitter. Could it be a guitar interface? Have built-in DSP/modelling? Can we use it for live work or desktop recording? What could "AMP IO" mean?