Recording

Teenage Engineering isn’t cancelling the infamous OP-1 synthesizer after all

After numerous rumors suggesting that Teenage Engineering is cancelling the OP-1 for good, the company took it upon themselves to dispell them via Facebook.

The Midas M32R Live digital mixing console is an intuitive upgrade to the regular M32R

The brand new Midas M32R Live comes complete with 16 compact fader ports, one master fader, and equipped with a whopping 32 inputs and outputs.

The new Propellerhead Reason Quad Note Generator extension is your new assistant composer

The software produces up to four different voices at a time and each can be adjusted by key, rhythm and variation of how many steps are desired in a melody.

Roland Go:Mixer Pro smartphone audio interface review

Audio recording is getting increasingly portable, and Roland is on a mission to bring recording to the smartphone with the Roland Go:Mixer Pro.

Alesis releases Strike MultiPad percussion pad just in time for the holidays

The all-new Alesis Strike MultiPad comes jam-packed out of the box and includes a surprising amount of extra features and abilities for such a slim machine.

Soundtoys hacking at prices for savings of up to 80% for Black Friday weekend

The company, best known for its line of various delay and filter plugins such as Echoboy and FilterFreak, has announced the brand new deals on its website.

Roland Rubix 44 audio interface review

The audio interface world is dominated by the likes of PreSonus and Focusrite. Can the Roland Rubix 44 take out the competition in its price range?

iZotope drops a Black Friday line-up featuring their lowest prices ever

These exclusive Black Friday deals on plugins and bundles from iZotope provides something to offer to everybody in the audio and music field.

Zaor Miza D-Stand speaker stands review

A great speaker stand can really help ensure that you're getting the best sound possible. But are the Zaor Miza D-Stand stands worth buying?

Native Instruments Maschine Mikro MK3 review

The Maschine Mikro has become a staple for beat-makers and electronic producers. Does the Native Instruments Maschine Mikro MK3 live up to that?

Soundbrenner Pulse Wearable Metronome Review

In 2015 a new German company, Soundbrenner, took to Indiegogo to introduce its adapted concept version of the centuries outdated metronome. Here's our take.

Get 50% off the Arturia V Collection 6 software instrument bundle through Sweetwater for Black Friday

Sweetwater's newest Black Friday offer comes in the form of 50% off of the Arturia V Collection 6 software instrument bundle.