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Brand Spotlight: iZotope

Brand Spotlight: iZotope

We shine a light on the innovative Boston, MA software delevopers, iZotope and introduce their current range of cutting edge computer audio plugins.


Native Instruments’ super sleek MASCHINE MIKRO has arrived. Check out this new studio video featuring Dready

Orange, Jeff Beck and Classic Rock Magazine Awards

Orange Amps have announced that they will this year be the headline sponsor for the 2011 Classic Rock Roll of Honour, as well as the Living Legend Award presented by Kiss frontman, Gene Simmons and two of their artists, Rival Sons and Black Spiders nominated for the Best New Band and Album of the Year Awards. Find out more about the Classic Rock Magazine Award ceremony and vote here!

In Focus: Numark iDJ Live

Check out turntablist Masta Hanksta’s video review of the iDJ Live for iPhone and iPad as Numark takes Digital DJ gear to a whole new level.

Eagles of Death Metal Rockin’ Rode Microphones

Who’s Rockin’ Rode this week? Californian garage-rock duo Eagles of Death Metal are renowned for their charismatic and infectious tongue-in-cheek attitude to rock ‘n’ roll - and the most rockin’ mics of all - Rode!

Native Instruments MASCHINE MIKRO

Native Instruments unveil a new member of the MASCHINE family, and try to prove that the best things DO come in small packages. Find out more and witness finger drumming hero Jeremy Ellis put the MIKRO through it’s paces.

Band of Horses Rockin’ Rode Microphones

For the next few weeks, we’ll be bringing you the latest bands and artists using Rode gear, first up are Band of Horses! With their latest Grammy nominated album, ‘Infinite Arms’ reaching as high as #7 on the US charts, check out what Rode gear the Seattle based rock band are using.

The Doors Break Up, John Peel’s 72nd Birthday and I Got You Babe

We decided to have a little Dolphin Music Twitter debate over which date you’d like to hear about today. The votes were tied, and we weren’t sure how pleased you’d be about receiving the 1965 news over 1971! So we have three dates for you today, John Peel’s 72nd birthday, a Sonny & Cher number 1 and the day The Doors split up, just 2 years after Jim Morrison’s death.