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AKAI MPC Studio Review

AKAI practically invented the concept of the sampling groovebox, and its MPC units have over the years become firm favourites with countless producers and...

Traktor Kontrol Z2 Review

Native Instruments has released an impressive range of products since the doors opened in 1996. In terms of software the company pretty much covers...

MPC Renaissance Review

AKAI’s MPC series has come a long way since the platform first found fame in the hip hop and electronica worlds, when sampling started...

Denon SC2900 Review

Denon has a long-standing history as a manufacturer of CD decks that goes back to 1993, which saw the launch of the company’s rack-mount...

Keith McMillen QuNeo Review

Keith McMillen Instruments is a company with some very interesting products on the market. Before the QuNeo arrived, the SoftStep pedal had already caught...

KS-1974 Review

Way back at the NAMM Show in 2011 we played with the iconic-looking Emulator DVS system from SmithsonMartin – a huge translucent screen that...

Beat Thang Review

It’s always nice to create music on the move, but is this a new reason to get out and about? Liam O’Mullane is on the move.
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