Here we have a new product from U-He that was released a while ago, is their new synth called HIVE. U-He
Output is small innovative software company based in Hollywood. The programmers of Output are mostly working on innovative software for
Native Instruments announced (with a lot of noise) last year ‘The Future of DJing’. Of course, such a statement was
History and Heritage Since January 2005, Steinberg has been a wholly owned subsidiary of the Yamaha Corporation, one of world’s leading
PioneerDJ earlier this year announced the arrival of new studio gear. The first was a set of monitors, of which
Allen & Heath earlier this year announced the successor to their Xone:42, the Xone:43. One month later, they announced the Xone:43c
Today’s review is about the Millenia TCL -2 TWINCOM Twin topology Opto-Compressor/Limiter. Brainworx is a company from Germany that has
Historically Speaking In 2006, KristalLabs Software Ltd., a startup company founded in Hamburg, Germany by Wolfgang Kundrus (one of the
Armin van Buuren is an artist known for very high sound quality demands. It’s therefore not surprising that he has cooperated
The good folks at U-He are not lazy, to say the least. Submitted for review here is their compression workhorse, Presswerk
Hercules is known in the DJ world as an entry level brand. Interestingly, you’ll notice that the company is now
PioneerDJ, the new incarnation of the companies name nowadays, introduced the XDJ-RX at the beginning of this year. The all-in-One
For review today, we have Sugar Bytes Looperator. Sugar Bytes is a German company, well known for their plugins Effectrix, Wow2,
Steinberg Cubase Pro 8 , a Gearjunkies review – German heavyweights Steinberg are back with a new version of their wellknown DAW Cubase called Cubase Pro 8. Steinberg really did some great things with this update, there are lots of improvements and new features so let’s dive in and see what is what.
DJ controllers are the most hot items of this moment. And with every new one they start more and more to look alike. When Native Instruments (NI) announced their new Kontrol S8 they said it was ‘The future of DJing’. Quite the statement, so you expect something very interesting. They did deliver something interesting. NI put displays in the unit and removed the jog wheels. The latter caused some uproar amongst DJs regarding it as a vital part of a controller. Many ‘Sync’ DJs are fine with it. We tried the S8 to see if in fact this is ‘The future of DJing’.