AFRORACK: Bringing Modular Thinking to Black and Brown Youth

After his father passed away, Chicago resident Aaron Guice turned his attention towards helping black and brown youths without the…

Local Dialect

Queen’s representatives, Local Dialect, like to characterize their Moog Voyager “as an old man smoking a pipe in a…

Fedele

Fedele is the new eponymous alias from Fedele Ladisa. Better known as one of the three minds behind Agents of…

Waves Introduce A Subscription Model

Waves have launched three plugin subscription plans, Silver, Gold and Platinum bundles ranging from $6.99 to $19.99 a…

Uli Behringer Addresses “The Haters”

In a lengthy Facebook post, Uli Behringer addresses some of the criticism his company has received.…

Roland TB-303: Not a Real Bass Guitar

In the latest instalment of Hardware Focus, we take a look at a cult classic: the Roland TB-303. A…

Streaming Won’t Kill DJing, But It Might Just Create DJ Ghosts

Harold Heath makes the case that “streaming won’t kill the DJ star”.…

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In this latest Beat Dissected, we’re going to create a beat inspired by Skee Mask.…

Breaking Down the Strings and Arpeggios of Black Water by Octave One

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With his EP “Innocence” released last Friday, we put Avision to task on our quick-fire QnA including his favourite…

Andrew Weatherall Has Died

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Octave One

After a little over thirty years in the game, isn’t it time the Burden brothers take a break? With…

US Man Caught Producing on his DAW While Driving His Truck

With studio rents on the rise, this forward-thinking trucker has taken matters into his own “truck”.…

The “Rarest Synthesizer on Earth” Returns

The MCS70 monophonic synth was the first-ever synthesizer capable of storing presets, making it the first completely programmable synth…

Back To The Old School, Again (Pt 2)

Following on from part-one of our ‘Back To The Old School, Again’ article, we thought it would be interesting…

Blond:Ish: People, just do something

We spoke to Blond:Ish on accidental activism and hope in the age of hypocrisy.…

Five Key Production Thoughts with Hybrasil

Inspired by the city where he now lives, Berlin, Hybrasil’s latest album is a rolling thunderous techno odyssey. We…

NAMM 2020 Round-Up: Part One

We rounded up our favourite pieces of new gear from NAMM 2020.…

Roland MC-101

With the exception of the SE-02 synth, a collaboration with Studio Electronics, Roland has stubbornly doubled down on the…

Sulta Synths: Layered Melodic Leads

Synth Secrets is a series of programming tutorials in which we show how to make a range of classic and…

Villager

“If you are pursuing art professionally for any other reason besides a passion for the craft, you will be let…

NAMM 2020: The Iconic Arp 2600 Returns

Following Jean Michel Jarre’s leak last month, the expectation was high that Korg was to reissue the legendary semi…

Empress Effects – ZOIA 

Empress Effects is a renowned effects pedal maker. But with ZOIA, Empress attempts to combine instrumental effects with modular hardware…

Dixon Avenue Basement Jams

“Often late at night, after listening to the same segment of a track for hours on end, we find ourselves…

NAMM 2020: Korg Wavestate

With NAMM incoming next week companies are gearing up their new releases. One to get excited about is Korg’s…

News Round-Up: 20/12/19

Tis the season of giving with freebies arriving from Arturia, Native Instruments and a new FM synth “Rsonik”. Mr Oizo…

2020 Manifesto

With all the recent talk of political manifestos, we got to thinking about what an ideal dance music scene might…

Pfirter

We put Pfirter to task on our quick-fire QnA.…

Third Son

There’s more to life than music. In our Show & Tell series, artists talk us through some of their…

Mac VS PC: Letters To The Editor

We received plenty of response to our Facebook post on the perpetual debate of Mac vs PC for the purposes…

Charity and Sabotage: Dance Music Twitter 2019

From business techno to rudeboy techno. From Aphex Twin to Midland. And from Beatport Link to rewinds, Harold Heath sums…

Ten of the Best Drum Machines Released Since 2010

To round-up the past decade, we recommend ten of the best hardware drum machines released since 2010.…

News Round-Up: 14/12/19

Behringer teases their first Eurorack module and modular synth case. Blond:ish gets huge industry support for plastic initiative. Facebook…

iZotope Neutron 3: Think Globally and Act Locally

This AI mixing assistance technology has been around for a while now. What does iZotope’s Neutron offer in its…

Cremacaffè Design

Cremacaffè Design is an Italian company that produces beautiful handmade cases and stands for a range of much-loved hardware…

Emperor Machine

Emperor Machine shows us the incredible studio he shares with studio partner Richard Hale featuring a Fairlight CMI, two llamas…

Plus 8: +8138

With our series Track by Track we invite an artist to break down their release… Track by Track. With our…

When is a polyphonic synth not a polyphonic synth?

Here’s a question for you: when is a polyphonic synth not a polyphonic synth? Answer: when it’s a…

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