12 Results for "memory"
15 Aug in SynthsAbout the size of a credit card the Gecho Loopsynth has a range of sensors and microphones to turn environments into sound and movement into control. New features include MIDI, CV, better sound and Clouds.
09 Jan in SynthsStore up to 6400 patches in 100 banks on these new Hcard memory cartridges for the Yamaha DX7, DX7-II and Roland D-50. They come complete with the factory library and many more sounds.
16 Oct 2018 in SynthsPipes holds up to 128GB of sample library in memory for instant, low latency multi-instrument and multi-controller access. It's open source and touchscreen controlled and looking for preorders.
22 Jun 2018 in OtherThanks to NVMe, Toshiba's newest 64-layer 3D-TLC NAND memory chips, and a custom controller, these SSD drives race at up to 1600MB/s - more than you need even for high resolution audio recording.
11 Jun 2018 in SynthsMore groovebox action from Denmark's Gotharman's Musical Instruments. This time the deFormer 3 includes 16 light-up buttons for easier step sequencing of the multiple synth, sampler, noise and audio tracks.
02 Apr 2018 in Music TechThe iMac is a fantastic and inspiring music production machine. Here's everything we think we know about its possible 2018 revamp in terms of design, features, specs, and price.
31 Mar 2018 in Music TechThe 2016 and 2017 MacBook Pros didn't come off as convincing upgrades for musicians with reduced connectivity, somewhat gimmicky OLED touch bars, and price increases. Can Apple win them back?
28 Mar 2018 in Music TechWhile the current-gen MacBook Air can be had for a reasonable USD 999, its hardware is lagging. Later this year, Apple may fire up a new 13-inch MacBook to take over the "slim, affordable" flag.
13 Feb 2018 in SynthsIn light of the Behringer Model D is there still room for a boutique analogue synthesizer based upon the Minimoog? ADSR seem to think so and offer up the TEM Mini for your consideration.
24 Jan 2018 in SynthsNord's famous three personality Electro keyboard gets an update with seamless transitions between patches, layering of all three sections, more memory, polyphony and organisation.