Reviews

The Big Review: UDO Super 6

Every superhero has an origin story. With its inaugural instrument, Bristol-based UDO plans to bring high-flying powerful polysynth action to studios around the globe.

Review: Native Instruments and e-instruments Stradivari Violin

As the industry’s leading light of orchestral software, e-instruments has many strings to its bow. But this one, crafted via a legendary Stradivari violin, may just be its best.

Review: PSP InfiniStrip

With budgets strained and desktop real estate so precious, building your own modular channel strip can seem like an insurmountable issue. InfiniStrip is set to solve virtually all your problems.

Review: PreSonus ATOM SQ

Designed for tight integration with Studio One, this PreSonus beat controller promises to play nice with other DAWs too. But with so many controllers on the market, can it beat the competition?

Review: UVI IRCAM Solo Instruments 2

With an excursion to the centre of Paris, sampling and instrument pioneers UVI goes postmodern with a sizeable new collection of solo instruments – but not entirely as you know them.

Review: Deadmau5 OSC/Pilot

Have you ever dreamt of building your own touch control surface? This new software, road-tested by one of the world’s foremost live innovators, can make that a reality.
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