Lettieri’s super-versatile bolt-on HSS electric is now available in four colours
Available in LTD and ESP Custom Shop versions, the Metallica riffmaster’s new signature axe is part of the brand’s epic Phase 1 product launch
Featuring all the same phase-shifting capabilities as the Deluxe, the Explorer promises a wide range of sounds ranging from the classic and subtle to the experimental and wacky
When Logic Pro 10.5 showed up to the party attired with a Live-tastic new feature list, we geared up for a faceoff!
Coolest mods and coolest owner, too, with the Goldtop having belonged to pro musician Linda Lee, who bought it in February 1953 and turned it into a super-practical tone machine
A tweet about sound-replacement on broadcasts of the 'pub sport' has become big news this week
The ZIO is the company’s first all-analogue pedal and offers a healthy +20dB of boost per preamp voicing
Here's how to enhance your e-kit’s sound using the features within your module, exploring VST instruments and with some basic hardware upgrades
This month's issue of Computer Music Magazine comes with a free copy of Ableton Live 11 Lite, and we're taking you through the basics
In this tutorial, we explore the Roland 303 plugin’s on-board modulating envelope, to add punch and resonant squeals
Learn how to use your free copy of Ableton Live 11 Lite with this month's issue of Computer Music Magazine and this tutorial series
Our guide to getting to know Ableton Live 11 Lite continues - grab your free copy in January's issue of Computer Music Magazine
Kilohearts’ latest lean, mean plugin may seem like just another convolved reverb processor, but reverbs are just the start…
UA has finally joined the affordable audio interfacing party, here we check out the 176 and 276 models
Want a fresh approach to analogue tape emulation? Baby Audio’s Taip could be the highly creative tool that you’re looking for
There's a new King in town but how does this moderately powered tube combo measure up to the name on the front and the popular Blues King series it has succeeded?
A trio of giggable bass amps that fit on the palm of your hand, and offer optional USB connectivity at an affordable price
Korg is back with a smaller take on the ARP 2600. Has any magic been lost in the process?