Everyone needs a drum machine and I mean everyone! I’m quite serious because sequencing intricate electronic rhythms, no matter how simple or complex can really elevate your tune, no matter what kind of music you’re creating. Obviously, I am asserting my opinion here, but please
We bring you the latest synth demo offering, Arturia’s MicroFreak Vocoder edition. Ahh, I love my job, I get to play with all the synths so that you don’t have to, although I hope you do as I want you to enjoy this gear as
Three of Arturia’s popular analog desktop machines: MiniBrute 2, MiniBrute 2S and DrumBrute Impact are available in limited edition all-black finishes under the name ‘Brute Noir Editions’. We first got a taste of Brute Noir treatment with Arturia’s amazing MatrixBrute Noir released last year. It
Today Arturia have (finally) announced a much requested and anticipated product, the KeyStep Pro CV/MIDI controller and sequencer, adding an enormous array of features and additional connectivity to their original 2016 KeyStep. It joins Arturia’s ‘Step’ product line among the BeatStep (2014) and BeatStep Pro
Being less bound by traditional song structure and very friendly to on-the-fly improvisation, Techno is a genre of music that lends itself extremely well to hardware music gadgets. Even the weirdest bleeps, bloops and textures can find a home in Techno, in fact, they’re encouraged.
Drum machines are an integral part of a music producers arsenal as they have been ever since the 60’s when KEIKO the original company name of Korg released the Doncamatic DA-20 drum machine. So we take a look at 5 drum machines that are still
Whether it’s a pounding synthesised kick or randomly generated glitch patterns, sometimes percussion that’s a little unusual and experimental can really make a track. The bread and butter sounds of classic drum machines are great and all, but with some of the powerful machines on