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(Pocket-lint) – Google’s Pixel Buds and Pixel Buds A-Series are graced with intelligence thanks to integrated Google Assistant. One of the big things these headphones from Google will do is read your notifications to you, meaning you can keep up with your messages without having to get your phone out of your pocket. You can […]

Apple has announced that it will be adding immersive music authoring tools to an upcoming version of Logic Pro later this year. Following the arrival of Spatial Audio and Dolby Atmos playback on the Apple Music service, the Logic Pro update marks a commitment to help artists create for the format. With the release of […]

29-year-old Dom Dolla is fitting nicely into the house music scene. Having garnered support from the likes of Pete Tong, Diplo, and Triple J, and amassing over 300 million streams on his releases, the Australian producer’s bouncing basslines and pitched vocals are proving addictive to millions. He’s picked up an ARIA award for his track […]

As a reviewer for MusicTech, I’m in the enviable position of getting a close-up view of the latest developments in the world of audio production, watching as trends develop and fall away again. One trend that’s currently on the rise is for software marketed as being “smart” or artificially intelligent, and that use these supposed […]

(Pocket-lint) – Razer is ready to dabble in the true wireless headphones market again, this time with the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless X earbuds. Optimised for gamers, its latest in-ears sport a 60ms low latency mode to suit for mobile gameplay. They also utilise Bluetooth 5.2 for connection to smartphones and tablets. Indeed, Google Fast […]

(Pocket-lint) – There’s no beating around the bush, the Sony WF-1000XM4 true wireless in-ears are exceptional for their price. And, while there are one or two competitors that offer slightly better sound quality, they are usually more expensive and cannot match these for adaptive noise-cancelling (ANC) tech. Sony has taken an already excellent pair of […]

(Pocket-lint) – Sony has officially announced the WF-1000XM4 true wireless headphones, replacing its two-year-old 1000XM3. Smaller and smarter, the 1000XM4 pair have plenty of extra features, plus some tweaks to the audio tech that purportedly makes them sound better than before. They are 10 per cent more compact than before, ditching the pill-shaped design for […]

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference unfolded yesterday as a virtual event for the second year running. Although there was no grand unveiling of new MacBook Pros or a mixed reality headset as rumoured, the Cupertino firm did reveal more details of its Spatial Audio format, macOS Monterey and iOS 15. Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos Spatial […]

Price £1419Contact Moog Music The monstrous Moog One, hand-built Moog Modular and Model 10 may be beyond the reach of most, but Moog’s ongoing interest in smaller semi-modular instruments has allowed the company to cater for more modest pockets. These semi-modulars also cater for the sound designer seeking something rarely found in software: a serendipitous […]

In a bid to address user concerns over privacy, Apple has announced a major change in how its virtual assistant, Siri, will process requests: voice requests will now be processed “on-device” instead of being sent to or processed by the company’s servers. The change was announced at Apple’s WWDC 2021 keynote yesterday (7 June) during […]