Monday, January 16, 2017

Roland have revealed details for their new Aerophone AE-10, a “digital wind instrument” that allows users to play saxophone, clarinet, flute, oboe, trumpet, violin and synths. The tech giant’s latest innovation uses a breath sensor... If your a tech guy like me you definetly have to check out this new wave speaker. 4,500 WATTS!!! Phantom  

Arturia have posted a rather cool video online showing off their tasty KeyStep Controller. The KeyStep features a slim line mini key bed, built in sequencer and arpeggiator as well as a useful chord mode for...

CHANGING HOW WE LIVE THROUGH THE POWER OF SOUND Here One™ was created by Doppler Labs, a company founded in 2013 with the mission to make computing more immersive and more human. Here One is...

Despite being first announced back in 2009, nothing has come close to matching the innovative nature of the multi-award winning Teenage Engineering OP-1. Part synth, part sampler, its unique interface forces the user to... Shape and manipulate your vocals with new VocalSynth from iZotope. Vocal processing is more popular than ever and iZotope’s new VocalSynth multi-effects plug-in opens up an expansive array of vocal potential, allowing DJs and Producers to easily... Skoove have been busy beavering away behind the scenes in order to keep moving forward their intuitive online Piano teaching website. As part of their ongoing commitment to the mass of users already signed up they... Kordbot is a new interesting device/instrument from ISLA Instruments currently on a Kick Starter Campaign that aims to break the monotony of the same chords being used over and over again in modern day music. KordBot smashed... by Glen Peoples Seven startups have been announced for the second year of Project Music, the Nashville Entrepreneur Center music tech accelerator backed by some of the music industry's biggest companies and names. "The dramatic increase in both applicants and their geographic reach signifies a significant milestone for Project Music," said... The legendary rising producer/finger drummer Shawn Wasabi is back with a brand new performance routine, again giving the designed Midi Fighter 64 controller an extreme workout. The new routine is called Burnt Rice. Enjoy