Reloop introduces the new NEON controller for Serato DJ users.
Korg refreshes its long-running Electribe range and adds a digital sample sequencer to its Volca line.
The next version of the company’s flagship software bundle is joined by a new line of keyboard controllers.
The new device will allow hardware to communicate and synchronize via DIN SYNC, MIDI, USB and CV/Gate connections.
The US synth manufacturer has released its first Eurorack component, based on its Curtis filter design.
We quiz the cult Dutch artist about his new line of self-built Baby 8 Sequencers.
Elektron’s latest drum machine combines the old and the new into one package. Rob Lee takes the Analog Rytm for a spin.
The new controller is designed to make the most of Serato DJ’s freshly announced Flip feature.
The new DJ controller is a more affordable version of the popular K2 controller minus the integrated soundcard.
The first Akai products for Serato DJ are designed to utilise the software’s new DVS Expansion Pack and Serato Flip features.
With a healthy legacy behind it, including some iconic synthesizers, Waldorf presents its new analog filter. Rob Lee explores the possibilities presented in this tough little box.
Novation reveals what it describes as the “ultimate mixer, effect and instrument controller for Ableton Live.”
The Japanese company confirms full details of its brand new direct drive turntable for DJ use.
Rob Lee investigates the new update to M-Audio’s classic Trigger Finger unit to find out where it fits in the current production landscape.
The veteran synth manufacturer introduces what it calls the “ultimate mono synth”.
Rob Lee investigates the London-made drum machine and step sequencer with a crunchy sound that takes inspiration from the early days of computer-generated audio.
The classic theremin instrument is re-imagined with an Animoog sound engine – see it in action here.
The manufacturers of the famed TB-303 finally update the instrument for a new era. Rob Lee finds out if Roland’s new machine delivers all that it promises.
Moog have announced plans to recreate the mammoth Emerson Modular system originally made in 1969.