Reviews

FL Studio 11 Plug-ins Instruments and Touch Features

  Virtual sounds Recording MIDI is done via Piano Roll windows where you record and manage data and there are also MIDI generators and step sequencers...

FL Studio 11 – Conclusion and Verdict

Conclusion To conclude our FL Studio 11 review we found overall that is great for making electronic music and for existing users the free update,...

Yamaha MX49 & MX61 Review

Yamaha is well known for its powerful workstation keyboards, but it has also recently started to develop instruments designed for the more mobile or...

Propellerhead Reason 7 Review

When one of the world’s best loved DAWs gets an update we’re always excited to see what’s new. Hollin Jones lifts the lid on...

Lewitt LCT 940 Review

We have been working our way through the Lewitt product range and have now finally reached the top with the LCT 940. In essence...

Steinberg Nuendo 6 Review

Nuendo is Steinberg’s flagship audio post-production tool and shares much of its DNA with Cubase, although its focus is more on audiovisual work than...

Joemeek Twin Q2 Review

Joe Meek was a true maverick who pioneered many recording techniques that are still regularly used today. Just over 25 years after his tragic...

Ableton Live 9 Review

After an incredibly long wait since version 8’s release, Live 9 is finally here, accompanied by an Ableton-developed controller called Push.  This is a...
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