The Sonicsmith Squaver P1+ is not your ordinary semi-modular synth...
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This Kontakt-based virtual instrument doesn’t just give you sounds to play back your ideas. It can also give you the ideas themselves!
Even though it first saw the light of day in the early 1980s, MIDI is a protocol that shows no sign of fading away, and for those of us who depend on it, it’s an ongoing relief that companies such as Kenton exist...
As the ‘anti’ suggests, what you are getting here are predominantly rhythmic sounds, but not based upon conventional drum or percussion instruments...
There’s no shortage of homages to classic microphones and processors but, until now, the monitor market has resisted the notion. Enter Avantone’s take on the iconic Yamaha NS‑10.
This classy stereo processor aims to bring analogue colour to your digital recordings.
Rode’s new Soundfield mic brings the benefits of Ambisonic recording to everyone, whether you’re working with 360‑degree audio or old‑fashioned stereo.
We get up to speed with the latest leaps in Line 6’s guitar-modelling technology.
Waves’ latest plug-in takes us into the bowels of the world’s most famous studio!
This D-A converter boasts a range of useful features — as well as impressive performance.
This is a hybrid product in more ways than one — not least because it can be controlled via a dedicated DAW plug‑in.
Need help coming up with creative chord sequences? Plugin Boutique’s Scaler can provide the missing music theory...
Audio Damage’s latest plug-in instrument gives an accessible but versatile take on granular synthesis.
O-G-SUS (Oliver Greschke) is already well known amongst iOS musicians for the excellent Elastic Drums app, but his latest offering is an effects app: Elastic FX.
For the first product in their new Premier range, Golden Age are tackling perhaps the most famous studio mic of them all.
The Treadstone packs a lot of analogue synth into a very small box.
The baby of Unity’s rock-themed monitors might be small, but its low-frequency performance is seriously impressive.
Originally best known for their large-format mixing consoles, Harrison have been diversifying in recent years, launching a range of inexpensive cross-platform plug-ins under the AVA sub-brand. We explore their equaliser designed specifically for mastering applications.
Superchord from LMDSP is a plug-in that takes the concept of piano-string sympathetic resonance as a starting point for an incredibly versatile range of riotously creative effects.