JAM 96k is a professional 96kHz, 24-bit USB guitar input that allows the user to easily connect a guitar directly to a Windows or Mac computer, to “make studio-quality guitar recordings anywhere.”… Read More Apogee Releases JAM 96K USB Guitar Input For Mac and Windows
ITVL (Interval) is a new sequencer, for OS X & Windows, that combines elements of classic step sequencing and generative music.
Dynamic Tonality has introduced XronoMorph – a free app for OS X and Windows, that lets you make beats while exploring a new theory of rhythm.
FeelYourSound has released version 2.2.0 of its MIDI multi-touch MIDI control app for Windows, XotoPad.’ Two new additions make it easier to control and play other synths: The new expression mode can be activated with one tap. Now each note can be pitched with the slide of a finger. It’s also possible to send mod wheel… Read More XotoPad Adds Expression Mode, Isomorphic Layouts
Imaginando has released a multi-platform virtual analog synthesizer for Android, iOS, Mac & Windows, DRC. In addition to multi-platform support, DRC offers cloud-based patch syncing. With this feature, you can start the creative process on one device and continue on another, seamlessly.
Developer Taylor Holliday let us know that his software modular synthesizer, Audulus, has been updated to version 3.1, and it’s now available for both Linux and Windows. Mac & iOS versions of Audulus 3 were already available. Audulus is a minimalist modular software synthesizer and effects processor. With Audulus, users can build synthesizers, design new… Read More Audulus 3.1 Brings Support For Linux & Windows
Cakewalk has announced their ‘Jamaica Plain‘ update for their Sonar Artist, Professional and Platinum versions. This is the ninth in a monthly series of rolling updates, each named for a different town in Massachusetts. The Jamaica Plain update introduces Patch Points and Aux Tracks as additions to Sonar’s Universal Routing Technology. Users can now route… Read More Cakewalk Sonar Updated With Patch Points and AUX Tracks, Upsample on Playback
Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled new Windows 10 Surface devices – the Surface 4 and the Surface Book – that they say offer ‘magical new experiences’.