Cherry Audio recreate Moog’s classic polysynth at a fraction of a fraction of the price of an original.
Session Recall is a boon for those who still mix out of the box using a plethora of non‑recallable analogue equipment.
iZotope’s popular audio restoration tool has been treated to some significant improvements.
With both desktop and mobile versions, and a tiered pricing model, there’s a Bias FX 2 version to suit any budget.
Steinberg are on a mission with SpectraLayers. So, what’s new with Pro 8?
Not everyone can play keys or guitar, so how about contolling virtual instruments with nothing but your voice?
ROLI’s Equator2 is less an update than a full rebuild.
Recreating a studio monitoring experience on headphones just got simpler, courtesy of dSONIQ’s improved Realphones.
Rating: ***** 5/5 Stars. Electric Vintage has been created around samples and performances from a vintage ’50s Fender Telecaster.
We undertake the most comprehensive look at Apple’s M1‑based Macs from a musician and audio engineer’s perspective.
Let Neuratron take the misery out of copying musical notation.
Hyperion is a hugely capable synthesizer with a complex modular heart.
Arturia’s soft synth gets bigger and better.
The JD‑800 is the latest instrument to join the Roland Cloud.
So far, monitor and headphone calibration systems have targeted music makers exclusively. Sonarworks’ SoundID aims to solve the problem of mix translation from the consumer end too.
Pipa is a wavetable and granular synth with a voice of its own.
Can GForce capture the character of the legendary Oberheim 8‑Voice in software?
The world’s not short of LA‑2A plug‑ins, but some are more convincing than others...
Newfangled Audio’s Generate soft synth embraces chaos...
Rating ***** 5/5 Stars. DEEP’s drum sample content and collections of drum pattern style sets give it a distinct musical flavour within the UJAM drum line‑up.
Does Roland’s software Juno 60 capture the magic of the original?
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