Once again, iZotope have raised the benchmark for affordable audio restoration.
Apple recently announced a transition in the Mac’s hardware architecture that promises to be the most significant in the product’s history. But how will this affect musicians and audio engineers?
The processor that revolutionised home mastering is at last available in software form.
The hugely successful teleconferencing platform Zoom has had some small but significant updates, making it even more useful to musicians in lockdown.
Rating: ***** 5/5 Stars
As with the original versions, Royal, Mellow and Rowdy provide three style‑based variants in terms of bass tones and performances, and the three titles share the same engine.
If the 16‑inch MacBook Pro was too much and the MacBook Air too little, is this latest 13‑inch MacBook Pro just right?
Rating: **** 4/5 Stars. Built around a virtual eight-string guitar, Carbon offers a stylistic take on modern metal and rock.
The free and open-source Jamulus app lets you play along with other musicians over the Internet in real time. We guide you through it.
In this exclusive SOS Video Feature, we talk to jungle producer Pete Cannon about how and why he’s still using Akais, Ataris and Amigas.
AMD's third-generation Ryzen chips have reignited the CPU arms race with Intel — but which is best for a music-production PC?
G-Sonique's Technol HN1 offers bread-and-butter techno sounds in an easy to use format and at a bargain price.
I'm looking for advice as to what I should be considering as my next move, to give me the 'oomph' for creating music that uses the best sample libraries for orchestra...
How does the new version of Apple's entry-level laptop fare in a music and audio-based environment?
Arturia's latest instrument is a software recreation of Oberheim's pinstriped polysynth.
Suffering for your orchestral arrangements? Divisimate can help.
Soniccouture deliver a powerful drum sampler engine where you provide the samples.
XILS Lab have recreated a classic Roland string synth, and made a few improvements to boot.
In 10 short years, the iPad has changed the way we make and record music. We explore what the current line-up has to offer, and what the future might hold.
Does Modartt's Organteq do for the pipe organ what Pianoteq did for the piano?
Is Native Instruments' virtual picked acoustic guitar better than the real thing?
Toontrack's virtual bass player should have its human counterparts very worried indeed.
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