We’ve already seen the impressive powerhouse portable Audiofuse soundcard that Arturia has launched at NAMM 2015, but there’s a second solid announcement from the French manufacturer – a controller with a built in sequencer that’s designed for live performance. Read on for the details! Related
This morning Serato DJ is making an appearance in a lot of new pieces of gear at NAMM 2015 like the Mixtrack Pro 3, NS7III, Denon DS1 interface, and of course the updated Rane TTM57MKII. But Serato has been working behind the scenes to bring support for their software to many of the mainstay club mixers and is unveiling support for them on the NAMM convention floor.
DAWs differ based on the producer - and it's not one size fits all by any means. Today Apple announced Logic Pro x 10.1, which is built to be an avid tool for EDM and hip-hop track creation while also improving software designed for all music production. Logic now features more editing power, along with a better Drum Machine Designer meant to streamline production so producers can focus more on the making the music. Read more inside about the new features that Apple packed into Logic Pro X 10.1.
Coming up just 24 hours after of their much-talked-about XDJ-RX annoucement, Pioneer DJ has another new surprise for the industry, a new set of headphones, the HRM-7s. These are professional studio monitoring headphones with producers in mind a bit of a departure for Pioneer from their traditional fare which mostly caters to DJ applications.
We've got our own quick NAMM 2015 announcement - the introduction of a new much-requested color to the Chroma Cables line, Purple! Coming in both right angle and straight varieties, the new color looks great under all conditions and is an ideal way to continue color-coding a DJ setup in the booth or in the studio.
Splice is one of the best solutions for collaborators to work remotely on tracks without worrying about hosting and sending Ableton, FL Studio, Logic, and Garageband project files. The service does all the heavy lifting by packaging all the sounds into one file and sends the package to collaborators . Today, Splice announced a new feature that solves the big problem producers face when it comes to collaborating on projects that are missing plugins. Instead of finding and downloading all the plugins that are missing, producers can now purchase them via Splice's plugin store and manager.
From the newswire, we've got a story from the rising stars of the DAW world, Bitwig Studio - launching a new set of features that are due to come out in an upcoming 1.2 release of the software.
Moog Music is the back bone of synthesizers in the late 20th century and for a couple of decades they have been silent about producing and manufacturing the synthesizers of the 1970s that built the brand to be what it is today. Then yesterday Moog made a huge announcement that the company would be bringing back three massive synthesizers from their 1970s line that will be handmade from the schematics of the old, pioneers of synthesis.