A comparison of the hardware and software versions of the Kush Audio Clariphonic EQ.read more »
Includes 64-bit architecture, new audio engine, offline bouncing and more.read more »
A list of some of the best iOS apps, hardware, and resources for musicians and audio engineers.read more »
Previously exclusive to Mac & iOS, Quiztones frequency ear training is now available for Android on Google Play.read more »
Improve your music reading and performance skills with Tone Target, a new iOS app from McNally Smith College of Music.read more »
12 ways an iPhone or iPad can be useful in your recording studio, including links to some great iOS apps & accessories.read more »
SoundToys is back at SXSW, and they’re giving away FREE copies of their new Little Radiator plugin. Get your copy today!read more »
A comparison of linear phase vs minimum phase EQ, and the advantages/disadvantages one may have over the other in particular situations.read more »
The Quiztones frequency ear training app previously only available on iOS, is now available for Mac with a host of new features.read more »
Backing up your sessions is an essential part of the recording and production process. Enter Gobbler—a service designed from the ground up for backing up, sending, and organizing pro audio sessions.read more »
My Quiztones iOS app was released today by Audiofile Engineering, and this is the story. Quiztones is a frequency ear training app that uses tones, noise & musical loops to sharpen your ears.read more »
Audiofile Engineering, creators of professional audio software for Mac OS X and iOS just released FiRe 2, a new version of their popular field recording App. It’s been redesigned and rewritten with a host of new features for the latest iOS devices.read more »
SoundToys surprised everyone at Tape Op’s SXSW party announcing a brand new plug-in called the Devil-Loc.
Check it out.read more »
A review of the new vocal processing suite from iZotope.
Nectar is a complete set of 11 vocal production effects combined in one plug-in.read more »