After much anticipation, Bitwig Studio, the DAW software that takes Ableton Live's ball and runs with it, has arrived to reinvigorate your music-making life. This comprehensive music production and performance platform goes heavy on user-friendly workflow features and light on clutter. The whole point is to unleash your musical creativity. But can it hang with the veterans of the industry? Is it just a re-designed Ableton Live copycat? We've sweated the details to let you know.
This week Korg has launched a new iPad application that wraps 15 unique compact synthesizers and drum machines into a portable DAW. It’s called KORG Gadget – perhaps a shout-out to the wide array of tools that Inspector Gadget had at his disposal anywhere he went. The app looks extremely powerful; each of the synths have […]
Spotted on Engadget and Twitter this morning was a new awesome piece of electronic music equipment with a full range of black and white arcade buttons – and we couldn’t resist resharing it here. The Pianocade is both a synth and MIDI controller made by Toronto’s Portmanteau Devices, complete with keyboard-arranged arcade buttons, an arcade joystick, and […]