Auto-Tune Artist is here to serve as a replacement for Auto-Tune Live, offering real-time processing speeds that are faster than ever.
TC Electronic unleashed an upgraded version of its Hall of Fame 2 reverb pedal, called the TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 x4.
Special Waves is looking to turn the concept of modular controllers on its head, and has launched the new Special Waves Mine S on Indiegogo.
The Switchblade Pro is the newest guitar pedal and switcher from Electro-Harmonix, allowing convenient tone switching with a modern setup.
Eventide has a long history of delivering excellent effects processors, and its latest offering, the Eventide H9, promises to do the same.
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.
Audio recording is getting increasingly portable, and Roland is on a mission to bring recording to the smartphone with the Roland Go:Mixer Pro.
Mackie has unveiled a slew of new audio tools at NAMM 2018, including four new direct boxes, a phantom power box, and a cable tester.
Electro-Voice is a leader in the microphone business, and for good reason. But is the new Electro-Voice ND68 microphone worth the money?
The Keith McMillen Instruments K-Mix is a real winner -- it's an audio interface, mixer, and control surface, all in one. But is it worth the price?
Electro-Voice recently launched the ND-series, a series of microphones that deliver top quality for a great price. Case in point: The Electro-Voice ND66.