Did you own a Zune? Then you might enjoy this.
Want to build a low-tech ultrasonic record cleaner? LEGO!
JBL’s new stereo amplifier blends style with substance but it will come with a hefty price tag.
Their list featured the likes of Akai, Maschine, and Behringer.
Using Selector—the world’s first AI sample recommendation tool—you can create beats with ease.
Wu-Tang pizza cutters are NOT for the children (because they’re super sharp and dangerous). But Graz Makes’s version is still pretty dope.
Is the Schiit Modi 3 DAC really the schiit? John Darko and many others seem to think so and at $99/£120, it’s worth a try.
The analog bass line synthesizer isn’t an official clone of the 303 but there are plenty of similarities and it costs just $150.
Between Radiohead being held to ransom and vaporwave releases, the MiniDisc isn’t strictly dead. I’ve owned a lot of hardware in my time but one model that always alluded me was a MiniDisc player. My cousin had one in the early 2000s and it was the coolest thing. This was before the days of MP3 …
Akai’s iconic sampler has been around for over 30 years with fruitful timeline. Think of a producer, any producer. They’ve used an Akai MPC at some point or at the very least they’ve wished they had one. Much like the Fairlight and Mellotron before them, the Akai MPC has been a hardware staple in music …
The Swedish music man makes some jams using a $20 cat keyboard, proving you don’t need expensive equipment to make music.
Go from X to A with the new Roland SP-404A sampler.
Reddit user uploads two awesome guides on mastering.
Stuck on finding new music? Maybe Gnoosic can help.
Finding yourself stuck in a sampling rut is hell. An internet radio might be your way out.
Akai release their latest sampler, the MPC Touch. MIDI controllers, drum machines and samplers (most combine the technology of all three) are constantly evolving and now Akai have upped the ante with the MPC Touch. The Japanese company have implemented a 7″ multi-touchscreen to their “music production center”, adding the capability to drag and chop …
Assign up to 72 samples to your QWERTY keyboard thanks to SoundPlant 42, a standalone program by Marcel Blum. I’ve been wanting a program like this for quite some time. SoundPlant 42, as designed by developer Marcel Blum, is a new version of his original software and while the basic functionality isn’t unique, it does …
It’s Leftover Links time and we’re looking into the wonderful world of synths, samples and drum machines thanks to articles from HipHopDX, RBMA and The Guardian.
AJ Brown opens our new feature, “The Sampleface Museum”, with an examination of the influential E-mu SP-1200.
Will we see the return of the classic TR-808? According to leaked details, Roland may well be bringing it back in an updated form.