Nektar has taken the wraps off of some of the most affordable and functional MIDI controllers to date, including the portable Nektar SE25 controller.
Eventide has a long history of delivering excellent effects processors, and its latest offering, the Eventide H9, promises to do the same.
iZotope has gained the interest of a vast majority for its Nectar 3 all-in-one vocal plugin since its release. But exactly how good does it actually sound?
Does the iZotope RX7 audio repair suite live up to the massive hype? We got a chance to review it, and would answer that question with a hands-down yes.
Eventide turned the pro audio industry on its head in 1982 with the Eventide SP2016 reverb unit. Now, 36 years later, they redesigned it for your DAW.
FabFilter has been making headlines for its excellent plugins, and now it's back with the FabFilter Pro-Q 3. Is the new EQ plugin worth buying?
Audio recording is getting increasingly portable, and Roland is on a mission to bring recording to the smartphone with the Roland Go:Mixer Pro.
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?
The Maschine Mikro has become a staple for beat-makers and electronic producers. Does the Native Instruments Maschine Mikro MK3 live up to that?
In 2015 a new German company, Soundbrenner, took to Indiegogo to introduce its adapted concept version of the centuries outdated metronome.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.
The PreSonus FaderPort is a great way to easily control your DAW a little more elegantly than using your keyboard and mouse. But is it worth the cash?
PreSonus has finally taken the wraps off of the latest and greatest iteration of its DAW, PreSonus Studio One 4. Is it worth buying?