The new Nord Electro 4 SW73 has twice the memory capacity of its acclaimed predecessor, Nord Electro 3 SeventyThree, letting you fit more sounds from our unique Nord Piano and Sample Libraries. The Organ section has been upgraded to the latest Tone Wheel engine from our dual manual organ Nord C2D, including a new 122 Rotary speaker simulation and Drive.
Open Labs, the industry leader and pioneer for nearly a decade in all-in-one music production workstations and live performance software, is proud to announce StageLight™.
Rob Papen is a globally renowned sound designer whose sounds and virtual synthesizers are used and loved by many synthesizer players and music producers.
Nektar announce Panorama P6, a 61 note USB MIDI controller keyboard with the same deep Reason integration as their acclaimed Panorama P4. Panorama P4 first shipped in June 2012 and has already become a favorite among Reason users who are looking for great integration with hardware and workflow that allows uninterrupted creative freedom.
iPolysix is an analog polyphonic synthesizer that’s been carefully designed to take full advantage of the 7.9-inch display of the new iPad mini as well as the iPad. Bringing together a sequencer, drum machine, and even a mixer, it transforms your iPad or iPad mini into the ultimate analog synth studio. Pack an amazing set of early-’80s analog equipment into your iPad, and time-travel back to the dawn of polyphonic synthesizers!
Steinberg released Neo Soul Keys, the latest addition to their wide range of Virtual Studio Technology (VST) instruments. Recreating the sound of one of the most popular electric pianos of the past, Neo Soul Keys brings the vintage keyboard sound to the musician’s fingertips.
Roland is proud to announce JUPITER Synth Legends Volume 1, the first in a series of free sound libraries for the JUPITER-80 and JUPITER-50 synthesizers featuring a wealth of authentic vintage sounds from some of the most legendary and iconic instruments in Roland’s history.
Coming december 3d, Pioneer will release version 3.0 firmware update for the DJM-T1 DJ Mixer. The DJM-T1 firmware will come with the new TSI file to use perfectly with TRAKTOR SCRATCH 2.6.0. With this firmware update the (new) fucntions in Traktor can be used by the DJM-T1.
Agile Partners, a leading developer of guitar apps for iPhone and iPad, has launched AmpKit on the Mac App Store. AmpKit Mac users can simply connect a guitar to their Mac using a guitar interface, and the Mac is transformed into a powerful amp, effects and recording studio. AmpKit has previously been available for iPhone and iPad users, with over 600,000 downloads worldwide.
The RME OPTO-X is an optional extension board for the HDSPe MADI FX triple MADI card with full functionality.
The perfect accompaniment to the colorful DDJ-WeGo controllers Pioneer now has introduced two new colors to their HDJ-500 series of headphones. DJs and music lovers have never had so much choice, as Pioneer launches its entry-level HDJ-500s in two fresh colours: vibrant green and brilliant violet. The eye-catching HDJ-500-G and HDJ-500-V models join the stylish red, black and white models to offer a fresh choice of five colour designs.
Radial Engineering is pleased to introduce the Tossover, a 500 series module that enables you to divide the frequency bands of an audio signal to separately process lows and highs or combine the two in series to create a band-pass filter.
The latest update to RME’s ADI-8 series – the ADI-8 DS Mk III – is an 8-channel high-end AD/DA converter with a truly unique feature set. The device combines excellent analog circuit design with the latest generation of outstanding low latency AD/DA converter chips. Along with its integrated SteadyClock, the ADI-8 DS Mk III offers not only AD and DA conversion of the highest quality, but also digital format conversion and distribution features for full digital connectivity.
Imagine having a hugely powerful, flexible and inspiring analogue drum synth in your studio: one that allows you to create classic tones from the past or sculpt entirely new contemporary sounds easily and seamlessly. Then imagine that it’s been wired in to a choice of classic, old-skool hardware samplers, so that you can record its output through their signature electronics, pushing their A-to-D converters just as far as you want, to get that meaty thud and crunch to the low end, and crackly sizzle to the high end that only vintage samplers can impart to a beat. Imagine doing away with their cryptic interfaces in favour of a single knob that allows you to dial in precisely how much of their character you want stamped on your sound.