- Music Software
Digidesign's Velvet: The Test - Tines in Velvet wrapping
Electric Pianos never seem to go out of style; and because they’ve now gone virtual, Digidesign has decided to come out with their own version of these timeless instruments.
The Test of QuikQuak's RaySpace - Reverb Construction Kit
There’s such a plethora of software reverbs, that an editor who wants to be a cut above the rest has to rely on originality. By allowing you to create any reverberating space you’d like, and to preci…
Logic 8 Pro: The Test - The All-in-One Logic
While certain sequencer editors are steadily increasing their prices, Apple has taken the other route and is now offering Logic for under 500€. Would it be wise to spend more?
Test of MusicLab's RealStrat - Real Fake Strat
MusicLab, the editor of RealGuitar, has released RealStrat, a virtual instrument that uses a combination of samples and in-house technology to emulate the sound and feel of the illustrious Fender mod…
Review of FabFour, Gypsy and Voice of Passion - EastWest Play
After 20 years of editing hi-quality sample libraries, EastWest has taken the plunge and released its own sample player, simply named Play. At the Winter NAMM 2008 the editor unveiled several produ…
Speakerphone's test - Virtual environment?
Have you ever dreamed of a speaker simulator, that would allow you to integrate any audio file into a totally programmable background environment, from a wood case to an imaginary spatial airport ful…