Native Instruments have been changing the face of music production for some years now, and as one of the very first companies to produce synthesisers designed to be run on computers, it is nice to see that they have managed to keep their quality so high — and continue to innovate.
Maschine is a good example of how Native Instruments have applied their German ingenuity to produce a good quality product that gained huge support when it was released.
Allen & Heath have upgraded their top-flight mixers, the DB4 and DB2, with even more studio-grade FX and features.
The new upgrades are available as a firmware update and offer more creative flexibility with an advanced channel FX configuration. In addition, each FX section can be configured in Classic, Send or Hybrid Mode, to create a subtly different sound for each effect type.