A Peek at the March issue:



Home Studio Practitioner

Good advice on choosing the right audio interface.
More… Luka Sraka

Music for Tablets – Michael Gogins

Music tech pioneer Michael Goggins interviewed.
More… Warren Burt

Ginno Sound Investments

Fifteen sound libraries for your consideration.
More… Ginno Legaspi

Freebie Of The Month – March. 2017

Add some quality excitement to your tracks or mix.
More… David Baer

Cinemania – CH Solo Cello

Are you in a modern or a romantic cello mood?
More… Alex Arsov

Essentials – Ethno World 6

The whole world is as close as your keyboard.
More… Alex Arsov

IK Multimedia - iRig Acoustic Stage

  Just plug your acoustic or nylon guitar and start recording, no matter if you're at home or on the road. It's small, simple to use and sounds great - that's the IK iRig Acoustic Stage.   by Alex Arsov, Mar. 2

Read More by Aleksander Arsov (03-2017)

Review – PX Apollo from UVI

UVI delivers another classic analog instrument, in this case by sampling a rare early prototype polyphonic keyboard from Moog that was lovingly reconstructed for this purpose.

Read More by David Baer (03-2017)

Review - Precisionsound Angelic Vocal Pads 5

Precisionsound’s Angleic Vocal Pads 5 is a library of vocal silkiness in the Enya/10cc tradition. If you’re looking for “that sound”, maybe you’re just found it.

Read More by David Keenum (03-2017)

Review - Spitfire Symphony Orchestra, Part 1

This library is an amazing set of extremely high-quality orchestral samples that also reveals the biases of its makers.

Read More by Warren Burt (03-2017)

Plugin Alliance - Black Box Analog Design HG-2

A software incarnation of a well-known piece of hardware that provides plenty of options for adding an analog spice to separate instruments, the whole mix, or a mastered final.

Read More by Aleksander Arsov (03-2017)

Review - Transfuser 2 from AIR Music Technology

AIR Music Technology claims that Transfuser 2 can allow you to reinvent music, jumpstart creativity and compose intelligently. Our reviewer doesn’t dispute these bold claims.

Read More by Suleiman Ali (03-2017)

Review (Revisited) – Syntorial from Audible Genius

Syntorial, the superb computer-based synth sound creation teaching course just got even better. We return for another look at the new features.

Read More by David Baer (03-2017)

Patch Design for Diva

Diva is already a near legendary software synth. Here we show you a couple of ways to make patches for it. See just how easy it is to get started.

Read More by Rob Mitchell (03-2017)

Review - Gig Performer by Deskew Technologies

Wish you could take your collection of virtual instruments on stage with you? Maybe you need a VST host like Gig Performer to let that happen.

Read More by David Townsend (03-2017)

Review – Form from Native Instruments

Form is yet another Reaktor-based synth from Native Instruments – one we think is one of the most interesting ones to come along in quite a while.

Read More by David Baer (03-2017)

Review - ArcSyn by SPC Plugins

Do you need a creative/useful synth plugin with a great sound? ArcSyn from SPC Plugins just may be the synth for you.

Read More by Rob Mitchell (03-2017)

CTC-1 Pro Console Shaper Plug-in for Studio One by Presonus

Studio One is breaking ice again by being the first DAW to integrate a console shaper deeply into its system, bringing an analog mixing desk experience into the digital world.

Read More by Aleksander Arsov (03-2017)

Review - iZotope Ozone 7 Elements

iZotope's flagship mastering product, Ozone, now has a lighter-weight (and less expensive) version suitable for those just dipping their toes into the deep end of the mastering pool.

Read More by Ginno Legaspi (03-2017)

Review – PolyKB III by XILS-lab

A powerful synth plugin has just been improved, with a better layout and more modulation possibilities. Our reviewer checks out what’s new in this major update.

Read More by Rob Mitchell (03-2017)

Review - Quadravox by Eventide

One of Eventide's latest offerings is a powerful harmonizing plugin with many useful features – yet another inspired offering from this innovative company.

Read More by Rob Mitchell (03-2017)

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