Twin Sound - Universal Audio Apollo Twin Review
"It would be ideal if UAD offered a less expensive Apollo with only two mic preamps," we wrote in our review of the first Apollo almost two years ago, and also, "Given the choice of transparent-sounding preamps, it would be no surprise to find vintage preamp emulations in the future. Just wait and see." The time has come now to welcome the Apoll...
Entry-Level Redefined - Korg Kross Review
Two years after Kronos, Korg keeps on developing its workstation range ─ this time with its most affordable model yet.
Tweaking the Breaks - iZotope BreakTweaker Review
The partnership between artist BT and iZotope has resulted in a new plug-in, the BreakTweaker. Is it just another drum machine or a more advanced tool than it seems?
Folk in Tune - Yamaha F370 Review
We took this new, inexpensive dreadnaught from Yamaha for a test drive. Here's what we found.
Ghost in the Maschine - Native Instruments Maschine Studio and Maschine 2.0 Review
The first Maschine made its debut in 2009. Consisting in a controller and an associated software application, it intended to provide mouse and screen fans the workflow of an MPC-type device, while providing the processing power of a computer to MPC hardliners.
Please Turn on Your Cell Phones! - TC Electronic BG250-210 Bass Combo Review
Yesterday I downloaded the free version of a mobile application that makes cats fly!
Distautowah - Palmer Automat Review
On the occasion of our recently published Palmer Mutterstolz distortion pedal review, your favorite website decided to revisit some of the German brand's Root Effects, and here we review Automat, an analog distortion/auto-wah that saw the light of day in February 2012.
AT a Premium - Audio-Technica AT5040 Review
Since its introduction, Audio-Technica's new high-end mic has provided plenty to talk about.
A New Bass Pedal in Town - Tech 21 VT Bass DI Review
The VT Bass DI offers vintage tone and lots of handy features. How does it compare to Tech 21's other VT Bass products?
The Return of the Same Thing - TC Electronic Ditto X2 Review
Following up on the success of the original Ditto, which had only two controls, TC strikes again with the X2, featuring more than twice that. Can it give the final blow to its competitors in the not-too-expensive loopers market?