After the NAMM show, we had a chance to interview Artiphon founder Mike Butera in a bit more depth about...
MIDI Guitar controller
At Summer NAMM in Nashville, we checked out the Jamstik from Zivix, an innovative MIDI controller...
Launchpad accompaniment provides knobs, faders and buttons
Novation’s latest addition to the Launch range soups up the Launch Control to allow Ableton users to focus...
Low-cost motion controller for iOS ships
IK Multimedia, an innovator in mobile music-creation apps and accessories for iPad and iPhone, have announced that the iRing...
"The world’s first multi-touch gesture remote for DAWs"
According to its developers, m.phase is a completely new way of controlling your favorite DAW using innovative and easy-to-...
Controllers updated to integrate with next-gen DAW
Nektar Technology, makers of the Panorama range of controllers, have announced deep integration with the new and exciting...
Ableton Live controllers
We get a quick run-down of the latest Ableton Live controllers from Akai Professional. The RGB backlit pads of the APC40 mkII...
Ableton Live performance controller kit in neat pouches
Novation have launched the new Launchpad S Control pack, a bundle that provides everything you need to make and perform...
Hybrid hardware/software mixing tool now available
Keyboard and drum pad controllers
These new integrated keyboard/pad controller series from Alesis targets the musician, music producer and live performer.
USB controller keyboards with motorised faders
Among Behringer's NAMM announcements were the new Motor series of controller keyboards with motorised faders, endless rotary knobs and percussion pads.
USB MIDI controller keyboards
Akai have updated their entire MPK range of keyboard controllers with a new keybed, more sensitive RGB-backlit pads, enless rotary encoders and new software.
USB control surfaces
Behringer have launched a new range of universal USB MIDI control surfaces under the new X-Touch banner at the NAMM show. Find out more in our video.
Cubase iC Air and Leap Motion controller let you conduct your mix.
Steinberg have announced the release of a new system that allows users to interact with the popular DAW via hand gestures. Cubase iC Air software is free to use but requires either a Leap Motion Controller or depth camera run by the Intel Perceptual Computing SDK.
Audio Production System that integrates with Steinberg Nuendo DAW software
Modular, customisable control surface
Bluetooth MIDI pedalboard for iPhone, iPad and Mac released
Big Maschine rounds out top of range, software updated
Compact version of 64-button performance controller announced
16-knob, eight pad MIDI controller announced