The mp3, ProTools, Ableton and digital music itself can be traced to a crazy engineer who taught his computer to sing and helped Stanley Kubrick scare the crap out of the world.
Moog's Drummer From Another Mother (DFAM) has the weirdest product demo ever.
Arturia introduces the hybrid MicroFreak synth with a bang.
Patch Base, the vault of synth patch editors and librarians, has made the migration from iPad app to the Mac desktop.
Looking for a cheap but quality podcasting mic? Samson's Meteor Mic will fit your needs and your budget.
Three new effects from Native Instruments capture a certain aesthetic of lo-fi, distorted and glitched-out sound which is in fashion at the moment.
Moog, the company, is steeped in music history - largely because they invented much of it. And keep bringing it back to life, like the Synthesizer IIIc.
German music retailer Thomann is shipping the Behringer 808 clone, the RD-8, and the first customers are posting videos of their new gear. They seem... happy?
Roland releases the Roland D-05, the boutique edition of the famed Roland D-50 synthesizer.
Native Instruments' free, entry-level DJ software gets a facelift and showcases live streaming from SoundCloud directly into DJ sets built into the app.
Powering all new instruments and integrating them like never before, ZEN-Core will be baked into the heart of all new electronic instruments.
Christ knows if Roland can still make a piece of world-changing machinery like the 808 or 909, but the company sure does know how to make a viral video. Following up on the frenzy...