Audiophile

Love to spin tunes? Write tracks? We cover the latest technology developments, software releases and more for all you audiophiles.

Behringer’s Poly D is a dream synth reboot

Barely a week seems to pass without the announcement of a new Behringer device. Its conveyer belt of unofficial reboots of classic kit has wowed synth fans while courting plenty of controversy, too.
After shipping, the RD-8 (which won our Gear Of The Year feature last issue), the acid-inspired TD-3, the Korg MS-20-referencing K-2, the

A portable vinyl cutter is now available

Since the invention of records in 1889, mankind has been dreaming of an affordable machine to produce small editions of high quality records right on top of the office desk, or even the living room table. Today, more than 120 years later, the production of records is still locked up behind the walls of pressing

These Are The 5 Best DJ Headphones

Even the most advanced DJ setup is never complete without a pair of reliable, high-quality headphones. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been at it for years, the right headphones will help you master your Djing craft as you experience clear audio in your head.
Today, we’re reviewing the top 5 DJ headphones available

The Top Five Best DJ Controllers Under 500 Dollars

Whether you are a professional DJ or a beginner DJ, a DJ controller is an important part of your overall kit. It’s detrimental to music mixing, as it allows you hands-on control when it comes to software. In this article, we’ll be talking about the best DJ controller under 500 dollars.
This is why we

5 of the best machines to lift your live set

1. OTO MACHINES BOUM

Running machines raw into a big system can be dangerous. This compressor/distortion unit safely squeezes all your elements together and adds nice grit via four distortion types, making it a hit with touring live techno acts like Surgeon and Karenn. With lo-and hi-cut filters and a noise gate….

 

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Moog’s new synth promises big bass in a pint-sized machine

Moog has officially announced a new synth called Subsequent 25 at this year’s NAMM in Anaheim, California. Replacing the adored Sub Phatty synth, Moog’s made several tweaks with the Subsequent 25 that make it capable of delivering even more powerful bass and thicker leads than its predecessor.
The Subsequent 25 is Moog’s most compact keyboard

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