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Tone 2 Rayblaster Ambisphere Soundset Released

    Tone 2'sRayblaster Synth has had a brand new soundest released today, the Ambisphere is the ideal companion for contemporary songwriting, providing instant inspiration for composers. Jam...

Allen and Heath Release New GLD Remote iPad app

                                    Allen and Heath have today released their new GLD Remote app, the digital mixing system controller unveiled at NAMM 2013, providing a comprehensive suite of...

New Rob Papen Synth Bundles Released

      European distributor Time+Space has announced the availability of Limited Edition Rob Papen bundles created especially for Urban and Electronic Dance Music Producers. Fun and easy...

Novation Launchpad for iPad Released

    Novation have today released a new app, The Launchpad app is designed to work with their previously released Launchkey iPad app. Here's what Novation...

Audiophile Engineering Vio App Released

  Audiophile Engineering have released their voice-modulating iPhone and iPad app Vio, the app is the first release under their Square B brand and features...

iMini App Released

  Arturia and Tabletop Ready have just released the iMini, a recreation of the classic MiniMoog synthesiser, originally released back in 1971 and made famous...

Sample Logic’s Assault Released

Sample Logic have released ASSAULT, a new Kontakt powered suite of over 850 bone-crushing instruments and multis that transform sound design into superior cinematic...

Native Instruments releases TRAKTOR DJ app

Native Instruments today released their TRAKTOR  DJ App for the iPad, we've got an exclusive review for you here at MusicTech.net: We'll be including...
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