Chris Porter has worked with some of the worlds greatest artists – we talk to him about his choice of gear.
Author Rob Sandall
Toontrack allows you to create piano arrangements without any prior knowledge – now there’s a tempting thought!
10×10 I/O with eight physical ins, four monitor mixes and AUTO-SENS levelling? For a touch over £500? Wow!
No MIDI articulations? How’d you go about making it sound real then? Surprisingly, very easily indeed.
Paul Lavigne finds himself pleasantly surprised by plug-ins that aren’t as overwhelming as he’d initially suspected – why not add a little something extra to your mixes.
One we’ve been waiting for for years, Arturia couldn’t have picked a better subject for their next emulation.
The update to 2.3.0 for Superior Drummer is significant, not least because it provides a more natural rendering of rhythms…
Ibanez adds to its low-end contingent with some particularly tasty new basses.
With new models for the Artcore, SAGE and AEL ranges, Ibanez yet again offers affordable, well-built acoustic tone.
With a huge number of new products set to launch this January, we’ll be ready as always to make sure you know about the big names and little gems the second they’re out
All of your favourite heroes have found a new home on Marvel and Peavey’s acoustic collaborations – which will you buy?
Marvel comics and Peavey guitars – there’s a pairing we weren’t expecting!
Rob takes a look at an interface that’s paired with Reason Essentials to bring your production ambitions to life.
Dan Joyce takes a look at what might well be the least stressful method of beat creation for drummers.
Rob Sandall finds beautifully recorded sticks, brushes, mallets and rods in a pack that needs your attention.
Paul Lavigne finds out how this much-loved hardware has translated into a fearsome studio tool.