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Universal Audio Launch new API Console Emulation for LUNA and UAD 

Universal Audio Launch New API Console Emulation for LUNA and UAD 

Universal Audio’s UAD v9.14 and LUNA 1.1.8 updates build substantially upon their existing relationship with API, but there’s a lot more going on here than just new plugins to test drive. Let’s break it all down:  First, on the UAD side, there’s the new API preamp plugin which emulates

Maschine+ Software Update Brings New Connectivity Features

One for all the Maschine+ users out there, the next time you turn on your unit, hit the settings button and you’ll see a little surprise waiting for you – Maschine+ software update! Once installed Maschine+ will now fully integrate with all Native Instruments Komplete

My Gear: Ehsan Gelsi – The Ten Thousand Pipe Acoustic Organ Sound

Ehsan Gelsi has spent the last 20 years immersed in the world of synthesizers, as a performer, educator and product specialist. Crossing genres from techno and experimental to hip hop and electronica, Ehsan’s musical scope is super diverse and has made him a valuable addition

How to Use Universal Audio Interfaces with Apple M1 Macs

There’s no denying that performance wise, Apple’s M1 chip is fantastic. It’s super fast, incredibly efficient, and best of all, won’t cost you an ARM and a leg. That being said it is a fundamental change from the previous (or current) generation of Intel processors so there will undoubtedly be a challenging period of

Ableton Live 11: 5 Features To Get Excited About

Ableton Live. Everyone’s favourite music making software (well, it’s mine at least). If it’s not yours yet, then this new version release might tip you over the edge. Live 11 has finally been released to the public after months of Beta testing and oh-my-days have they packed

USB Microphone Comparison: Rode NT-USB, Blue Yeti & AKG Lyra

USB microphones bridge the gap for those who want a good quality microphone to record, stream, vlog, or zoom from home, but don’t want all the fuss that comes with using a microphone and all the necessary bits one needs to buy, such as an