Trends

How music education is using tech to thrive during coronavirus lockdown

With the shutdown of schools, colleges, and universities, educators are turning to existing and innovative new technologies that keep students learning and mentally healthy – this is how you can do it too.

Tech Dissect: discussing equality in the music production world

Spitfire Audio recently hosted Tech Dissect, an event designed to support womxn in music and music production, and challenge the current male-dominated landscape. We attended the event and spoke to some of the artists and producers involved.

How the computer became the ultimate synth

Virtual synths have become an established part of the music-technology landscape, but that wasn’t always the case. Let’s explore how the computer has basically become the ultimate synth…

The history of virtual reality

Let’s take a look back at the history of virtual reality, and how this technology – which could dramatically affect music-makers – has advanced over the last few decades.

Virtual reality: How will it change the way you make music?

Long the preserve of science fiction and well-funded laboratories, virtual reality is now an affordable consumer technology whose impact on music production could be as profound as the invention of magnetic tape. Let’s take a look at the history and tech behind this innovation.
Advertisement

Recent Articles

Loop to your heart’s content with TC Electronic’s DITTO+

The brand packs in a memory bank to its well-loved DITTO pedal.

Review: Roland Jupiter X/Xm

Classic synths don’t come more highly prized than the Roland Jupiter 8, and now Roland has re-awakened the slumbering giant. We investigate the updated versions of the king of synthesis.

Dynamic Delay comes with a built-in ducker to minimise your effects chain

Take that sidechain compressor out of your signal flow.
Advertisement