iPad Pro (2018) Review:

Laptop Alternative or Overpriced Tablet? The iPad is a device that Apple has been marketing to the masses as a computer. A device that you can play, work, and create on. While the iPad is a device that you can do pretty much anything (except code) on, thanks to an awesome set of apps made […]

LG G8 -Hands On Review

LG has reached the 8th generation of their G Series flagship in the LG G8 ThinQ. An Android flagship known for “being a jack of all trades”, we take a brief look at the device to see if it has improved enough to be the best flagship of 2019 or just incremental upgrades to a […]

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iPhone XR review

The iPhone XR (Released October 26th 2018) was released roughly a month after the iPhone XS and XS Max. Apple was smart to not release the XR at the same time as the XS duo, because the former would have surely dwarfed sales of the latter – as the XR may very well be not […]

HP comes out swinging with the Chromebook X2

There’s no other way to say it, Chromebooks have come a long way. The HP Chromebook X2 is a well-built premium detachable running Chrome OS, which is both the biggest strength and greatest limitation of the device. I say this because Google’s ChromeOS has a reputation for not being good for much more than Web browsing and […]

Review: Auria Pro

Musicians,Engineers,Producers and Arrangers to ditch their desktop studio setups in favor of their iPads often come up feeling short handed. Not because of a lack of quality in the apps on offer,but often due to the lack of Apps that use similar workflows (UI,Macros,Shortcuts,etc.) from software like Avid Pro Tools, Cuckos Reaper, and Apple Logic […]

Review: Korg Gadget 2

A world of Gadgets, a Universe of sounds KORG. One of the most recognizable brands in synthesis and biggest electronic instrument manufacturers, is one who’s name speaks for itself. The company has been creating keyboards and electronic organs since 1962. They created their first synthesizer, the miniKORG – in 1973. They are most known today […]

Affinity Designer Review

Veterans of Digital Illustration software – Nottingham’s Serif , releases visual design software for a new era of computing. The Affinity Suite, which consists of Affinity Photo, Affinity Publisher (now in beta) and Affinity Designer – the latter of which we’ll be focusing on in this review. Affinity Designer represents a new start for Serif, […]

Logic Pro X Review

The once multi-platform /now MacOS-only DAW reaches version 10.4.2, which brings a ton of useful features to what has been known as ‘One of the most complete DAWs available’ for music and post-audio production. What Is It? Logic Pro X is a step up from the ever-popular GarageBand for Mac/iOS, offering more tools and features […]

Open Labs Stagelight 4 Review

Tons of updates to the UI, speed and workflow  refinements, along with the addition of the SampleVerse instrument adds up to one superb  version 4 update. The Timeline View is where vocals are typically recorded, one-shots are added and your compositions are refined for the masses Stagelight is a flexible music production program for Android, […]

Record, Mix, and Master on the go with n-Track Studio

Will 2019 will be the year that marks the point in history that Android catches up to iOS in Digital Audio tools? Developers, under the realisation that their apps will run just as smooth on Android devices (with specs on par with iPhone/iPad) just as well as they do on iOS-have began to move over […]

LG Gram wins CES 2019 Innovation Award

Looking for a light and thin 14 inch ultrabook weighing in at just 1118 kg.? LG’s Gram just may be the device for you. What makes this years model so interesting is that it manages to set a new record in mobility without compromising on battery life or power. LG Gram 14 specs 8th Gen. […]