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Review: Sample Logic Fanfare
Find out what is so impressive about Sample Logic's latest and greatest brass library, Fanfare. Toby Pitman puts it to the test and shares why it has blown him away!
Jan. 23, 2012
Review: Addictive Synth for iPad
Synths for iPad/iPhone are arriving with increased regularity. Find out what makes the Addictive Synth for iPad shine in this MPVHub review.
Jan. 21, 2012
Review: Pro Audio To Go
iPhones are fast replacing consumer level point-and-click cameras as well as HD camcorders. But what about portable audio field recorders? G.W. Childs IV goes on the road to test out Pro Audio To Go.
G.W. Childs IV
Jan. 15, 2012
How Has iCloud Changed Your Life?
[UPDATED] If you've shied away from using Apple's iCloud then stop whatever you're doing and read this. G.W. Childs outlines compelling reasons why you should embrace the iCloud!
G.W. Childs IV
Jan. 14, 2012
Review: Recabinet by Kazrog
Kazrog has released a new version of their popular speaker simulation software and Toby Pitman puts his foot down in this in-depth test drive.
Jan. 12, 2012
Review: IK Multimedia's Amplitube Custom Shop
What is the Amplitube Custom Shop and why should we care? Toby Pitman opens his wallet (or PayPal account) and delves in and discovers an Aladdin's cave just for digital guitarists.
Jan. 6, 2012
Review: GarageBand for iPhone
It's official, GarageBand for iPhone comes highly recommended! Hollin Jones waxes lyrical about this iPhone version so it's time to put down whatever you're doing and find out what the fuss is about.
Dec. 26, 2011
Review: TwistedWave Audio Editor for iPad
Mike Watkinson discovers how TwistedWave's latest audio editor for iPad brings welcome waveform editing to the world's favorite touchscreen tablet. Perfect last minute gift for Christmas?
Dec. 24, 2011
Review: Siri on iPhone 4S: What would you do without it?
G.W. Childs discovers the good and bad sides of Siri on the iPhone 4S. He explains, on the one hand, why it brought a tear to his eye, and on the other hand, what makes it frustrating.
G.W. Childs IV
Dec. 17, 2011
Review: Apogee Duet 2
What makes a 2nd generation audio interface even better than its highly-acclaimed predecessor? Rounik Sethi takes a look at just how impressive the Apogee Duet 2 really is.
Dec. 13, 2011
Review: Puremagnetik Retro Synths
Gary Hiebner has gone in search of accurate vintage synth sounds to use in Ableton Live and discovered Retro Synths by Puremagnetik. Find out why this sample pack collection won't gather dust.
Dec. 12, 2011
Review: 5 Things to Love About Adobe Muse (Codename)
When developers put the word "Codename" in the title of new BETA application you might expect something exciting... You could well be correct! David Smith examines Adobe's latest piece of tech.
Dec. 9, 2011
Review: iRig MIDI by IK Multimedia
IK Multimedia was one of first companies to treat the iPhone/iPad as a useful platform for music makers with iRig Mic & iRig (for guitarists). Mo Volans tests out their new iRig MIDI interface.
Dec. 4, 2011
Review: Eos by Audio Damage
What makes a reverb effect stand out from the crowd? Gary Hiebner loads up the Eos by Audio Damage to find out.
Dec. 3, 2011
Review: Moog Animoog for iPad
Moog releasing Animoog for iPad has created a lot of buzz amongst iPad-wielding musicians. Richard Lainhart delves in deeply, as only experienced synthesists can, to discover how special this app is.
Nov. 27, 2011
Review: Twisted Tools New Sample Pack: Transform
Reaktor users may be familiar with Twisted Tools (creators of inspiring instruments, effects). Rounik Sethi checks out their new sample pack, Transform, packed with evocative, Sci-Fi sounds.
Nov. 24, 2011
Remote Collaborate With Gobbler
Cloud based backup services for musicians have come and gone over the past few years. So how is Gobbler different from the rest? GW Childs keeps his feet on the ground and head in the clouds.
G.W. Childs IV
Nov. 20, 2011
Review: True School by Native Instruments
Maschine comes packed with a very comprehensive library of sounds, but if want more beats and instruments then NI's expansion packs for Maschine are a great option. Mo Volans delves in.
Nov. 18, 2011
Review: Propellerhead’s Balance Interface
Propellerhead is famous for their popular and great-sounding music software. So when they announced a new audio interface, Balance, Mo Volans wasted no time in putting it through its paces.
Nov. 16, 2011
Review: Samson Meteor Microphone
There have been a number of new microphones hitting the market of late. One of these, the Samson Meteor, certainly has scored high on looks, so Mike Watkinson takes it out for an audio test drive.
Nov. 8, 2011
Review: Damage by Native Instruments
Native Instruments and Heavocity are back with a new instrument: Damage. With over 30 GB of dark, aggressive, industrial and percussive sounds, Hollin Jones sets out to measure its devastating impact.
Nov. 1, 2011
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