Two budget interface announcements from TASCAM building on the rugged designs offered by the previous generation of models.
The US-322 and US-366 are the next line of interfaces from the leading professional and home recording manufacturer, TASCAM. These interfaces combine compelling new technologies like on-board digital mixers (DSP Mixer) and on-board digital effects (DSP Effects) [...]Continue Reading →
Another interesting announcement from Korg as they take their classic MS20 synth, shrink it almost 20% and re-issue it again after 30 years! A VSTi version of this synth cropped up a few years back with a mini controller also in this vain but this synth is a standalone monster just waiting for you to [...]Continue Reading →
Korg have unleashed a new VA synth of epic proportions in the shape of the KingKorg. A full sized 61 key, 3 OSC synth, with Korgs own newly developed XMT modeling sound engine. XMT (Xpanded Modeling Technology) is proprietary Korg technology that was created in order to produce a broad range of sonic variations while keeping [...]Continue Reading →
PreSonus announces the Sceptre CoActual™ series studio reference monitors. Featuring an advanced coaxial design that works integrally with a 32-bit, 96 kHz, dual-core processor using Fulcrum Acoustic’s TQ™ Temporal Equalization technology, Spectre CoActual monitors deliver clarity and coherence that has previously only been available in ultra-high-end systems. Yet they are an affordable investment for project-studio [...]Continue Reading →
PreSonus today unveiled its new Eris™-series studio reference monitors. These ultra-affordable, 2-way, bi-amped monitor speakers are designed to deliver accurate response with a tight bass and very clear upper end. They can also be user-adjusted to the acoustic space, allowing you to create a more accurate listening environment or to simulate different common listening environments [...]Continue Reading →
Along with the new Axiom controllers announced at NAMM the newly re-vitalized M-Audio introduce us to a hat trick of new interfaces too.
Offering three distinct models, the M-Track Series combines a robust feature set with extreme ease of use to create versatile audio/MIDI interfaces for every level of musician.
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Here at Scan the budget friendly Mixtrack II and Mixtrack Pro II controllers from Numark have always been a popular choice for those just starting to get into mixing. Indeed we them so capable that our Dj tester in chief DJ Rasp has been known to do scratching master classes on these, which is pretty [...]Continue Reading →
Now anyone who’s seen us at any shows around the country over the last few years will have seen Tom mixing it up using Wii controllers and showing off just how much fun you can have performing when your free to move about. In the light of so many people trying it out by hacking [...]Continue Reading →
The MPX8 Sample launcher takes one of their controllers and adds the capabilites to load your own samples into the unit allowing you to use it for playback in a live situation. Using a standard SD card, users can load virtually any sample onto MPX8 and then assign it to any of the unit’s eight [...]Continue Reading →
Another raft of controller keyboards, this time coming from the M-Audio camp bring us a complete refresh of their Axiom range.
Axiom AIR 25
Premium Keyboard and Pad Controller
25 expressive synth-action keys with aftertouch 16 great-feeling trigger pads respond to pressure and velocity Roll button aids in [...]Continue Reading →
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