Toontrack EZdrummer 2 Review - NextGen Virtual Drums
Eight years after releasing the first EZdrummer, Toontrack introduces version 2, which gently revolutionizes the virtual drum market. Far from trying to grow in terms of gigabytes, EZdrummer bets on the usability of its interface and, especially, the intelligence of its functions. The result: A good lesson to all competitors
Tech 21 VT Bass DI Review - A New Bass Pedal in Town
The VT Bass DI offers vintage tone and lots of handy features. How does it compare to Tech 21's other VT Bass products?
Zoom H6 Review - Six Inputs of Separation
The H4n isn't the crown jewel of the Zoom recorder range anymore! The H6, with more inputs and interchangeable mics, has arrived to take its place.
Cakewalk Sonar X3 Review - Stellar Sequel
The year has just begun and, as usual, the new Sonar has arrived with a bunch of new features on the rack.
Klanghelm SDRR Review - Karma Saturation
SKnote, Valhalla DSP, Sonimus… Over the last years, the plug-in world has seen the birth of many "small" independent developers who offer some damn good products.
Waldorf Pulse 2 Review - Ace Of Hearts…
Introduced in Frankfurt 2013 in its almost final version, Pulse 2 marks the return of Waldorf to its analog passions. The brand recently lent us one, just when its first commercial models are hitting the market... gulp!
Arturia MicroBrute Review - Genetically gifted!
Less than two years after the introduction of the MiniBrute, the MicroBrute has set out to conquer the electronic music world with even more aggressive price and dimensions. But how far will it go?
Presonus Eris E8 Review - Eris Ramazzotto
In Greek mythology, Eris is the goddess of discord, but also of emulation: In the Iliad, Zeus asked him to inspire the Greek war chiefs on the battlefield. Does this first PreSonus monitor speaker inspire home-studio owners to create perfect mixes? The answer is here...
Novation Bass Station II Review - Nice Little Fatty
Introduced in Frankfurt last spring, the Bass Station II marks the return of Novation to the analog world. Let's find out if the brand was able to retain its know-how.
TC-Helicon Harmony Singer test - Pocket Harmonies
More than half of the guitarists in this world sing. Based on this survey, TC-Helicon designed the Harmony Singer, a compact pedal with reverb and 2 voice harmonies based on guitar chords. This isn’t TC-Helicon first try, so what’s new?