New version adds emulations of classic Roland, E-mu and Oberheim instruments.
The processor that revolutionised home mastering is at last available in software form.
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Once again, iZotope have raised the benchmark for affordable audio restoration.
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Software instrument guru Rob Papen has released a sequel to his highly regarded additive soft-synth, Blade.
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Rating: **** 4/5 Stars. Built around a virtual eight-string guitar, Carbon offers a stylistic take on modern metal and rock.
Audio clean-up suite gets major update, with new modules for guitar noise removal, spectral recovery, and more.
German sampling experts NI have just announced a major update to their flagship software bundle Komplete, along with a new version of Guitar Rig Pro.
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.
Grunge pioneer teams up with Native Instruments to produce hard-hitting drum instrument.
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Arturia's latest instrument is a software recreation of Oberheim's pinstriped polysynth.
G-Sonique's Technol HN1 offers bread-and-butter techno sounds in an easy to use format and at a bargain price.
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