Archive for Hardware
Softube has now released the highly anticipated Console 1, including the SSL emulation. You can read the previous posts on it here and here. The US list price is $1099, with a probable street price of $999. In Europe, the list price will be €849, probable street price €799 (including 19% sales tax). More details […]
The popularity of the 500 series, or “lunchbox” modules doesn’t seem to wear off. Here are the new stuff from NAMM.
Here’s some great news about on of the more anticipated controllers – Softube Console 1. Not only is a release date set, it will be February 12, but it has also been decided that it will include a brand spanking new SSL 4000E emulation. What’s more is that it’s actually endorsed by SSL: Furthermore, we […]
Eiosis have been teasing a new version of Air EQ for quite some time now but at this years NAMM show we get the feeling for the first time that a release is close. Now the Air EQ in itself is nice but have a look at the controller!
MS-20 as a kit? Why not! Korg is showing a lot of stuff, some good, some cool and some quirky, as is typical for Korg. If You’re following me on Twitter you’ve already seen links to some of this stuff but here’s a roundup.
M-Audio has announced Trigger Finger Pro, a sweet looking pad controller with onboard sequencing and software integration.
I’m sure this will make a lot of people excited: Universal Audio has announced a new small interface, Apollo Twin, probably for the more budget-minded people who can’t afford the original Apollo.
Avid have made three announcements at NAMM: an AAX version of Space (formerly TL Space), editor software for Eleven Rack, as well as a new version of Sibelius.
Apogee is showing some love to the iOS folks at NAMM with a new guitar interface and microphone but the pro audio people aren’t completely forgotten. The company has announced that their Symphony I/O and Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge is fully compatible with the new Apple Mac Pro. JAM 96k is a new guitar interface […]
Arturia has announced a brand new controller for beat production called BeatStep, as well as a new version of Spark.