27 Feb in Music TechMidiWrist is a new app that can turn your Apple Watch into a MIDI controller - but will the teeny surface area of the watch reduce its usability for musicians?
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13 Feb in Music TechALK2 takes the concept of the looper pedal into the arrangement space of the DAW and let's you pre-arrange your live looping experience. And now Windows users get to have a go.
08 Feb in GuitarBuilt in Italy by Mezzabarba, the new Trinity amp head is rated at 100W and has MIDI programmability, three dedicated channels and a few optional extras to help you get the most out of it.
31 Jan in Music TechBeing a major update, ACID 11 seems rather impressive and more like a complete overhaul. First things first, it brings a new 64-bit audio engine with plenty of upgrades, and there's more.
27 Jan in SynthsBehringer rounds off the NAMM weekend with a spectacular semi-modular monosynth called Crave that's fat, groovy, with a cool sequencer and loads of patch points for only $199 - Behringer wins.
26 Jan in SynthsCasio revitalises its line of Privia portable pianos with the PX-S1000 and PX-S3000 giving glorious piano tones, speakers in a compact and very sleek new look.
25 Jan in Music TechTracktion implements a lot of workflow enhancements to Waveform 10 to make it super speedy to navigate and edit. They've improved the multisampler, have got into floating windows and have 62 new plugins.
24 Jan in GuitarThe world's first Random Fluctuating Phase Modulation Function? Maybe, but either way the new Free The Tone FF-1Y Delay sounds luscious and ethereal, as it undulates and modulates the delay.
24 Jan in SynthsThe red version of the MS-101 gets officially launched on the Behringer website and we now have all the details including a no-talking sound only video of the synth in action.
23 Jan in Music TechContinuing their Platform range of DAW controllers iCON introduced the desktop space saving Platform Nano with a single motorised fader, encoders, jog wheel and enough buttons to launch a rocket.
23 Jan in SynthsRoland expands its FP range of portable pianos with the simple, cheap and reasonably authentic FP-10. The 88-key hammer-action does what it's supposed to without any fuss for under £500.