When is a piano not a piano? When it’s been ‘augmented’ by Arturia...
Cherry Audio recreate that rarest of beasts, the Elka Synthex.
EastWest give the classic string machine sound a modern twist.
Rating: 4/5 Stars. Fluffy Audio’s Simple Opera Singer may provide a compelling alto and soprano solution for your next musical needs.
Rating: 5/5 Stars. The latest release in Heavyocity's Mosaic Series, how does Mosaic Pads measure up?
If you are working in genres such as lounge, hip‑hop, downtempo or lo‑fi, Tympo's ‘performative drum instrument’ will be right up your street.
Now in its third decade, MetaSynth is still a synthesizer like no other, and its companion sequencer Xx follows the same path...
Rating: **** 4/5 Stars. Vocalise 3 provides 7GB of vocal‑inspired sample data and runs in a dedicated front‑end within Kontakt 6.7.1.
Rating: 4.5 Stars. Fledgling company Vegas Audio’s new drum plug-in tempts you to take a chance on a roll of the fruit machine...
Rating **** 4/5 Stars. If you need something to help you cook up dynamic drones, creepy cues or surreal synths, Timedrops has a lot to offer.
Rating: **** 4/5 Stars. Sampleson describe their latest release, Alienize, as a cinematic sci‑fi instrument with mouse gesture‑based modulation.
Dawesome’s Novum is a granular synthesizer with a multi‑layered approach to sound design.
Does the latest iteration of NI’s Komplete music production suite provide all the tools you need?
Sonuscore transform the sounds of the orchestra into cinematic soundscapes.
Vir2’s Phoenix is a one‑stop shop for rises, hits and whooshes.
Arturia’s mighty V Collection continues to grow and improve.
Rating: 5/5 Stars. If you are looking for an ‘easy’ virtual acoustic drum instrument, GoranGrooves’ Handy Drums provide an interesting alternative.
Steinberg continue to develop SpectraLayers at a remarkable pace.
Softube take on Roland’s classic SH-101.
Modo Bass 2 builds on the success of the original, adding more and better basses.
It’s useful to be able to work on headphones even when mixing immersive audio. Does Genelec’s Aural ID system make this easier?
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