by Steph B | May 17, 2020

It’s been more than a year since Harley Streten (aka Flume) released his mixtape Hi This Is Flume. After several more listens, and having rightfully let this piece of art simmer in our heads for a couple more months, now is probably the best time to revisit Harley…

by soundontime | Jun 25, 2019

After the release of the Minilogue, Korg pulled off another major coup with the release of the Korg Monologue. Providing some great features in a portable synthesizer, the Korg Monologue might be just less performant and complete than the Minilogue. Nonetheless, this…

by soundontime | Jun 14, 2019

Novation is a brand that has stunned us over the years. Our Novation Circuit review focuses on one of the currently praised products

by soundontime | Jun 13, 2019

Opposing the Sennheiser HD800 vs HD800S, we aim at comparing two of the most widely used and similar professional studio headphones in the industry.

by soundontime | Jun 12, 2019

Synthesizers come in all forms. Some of them resist time and are even renewed. This Roland D-05 review focuses on a revisited version of a legendary!

by soundontime | Jun 8, 2019

This Sony MDR 7506 review focuses on an industry standard and pair which remains considered as a reference for music producers.

by soundontime | Jun 6, 2019

Our Audio Technica AT2035 review demonstrates how this microphone proves to be one of the most respected and competitive microphones on the market.

by soundontime | Mar 24, 2019

Finding resources when starting out with music production can be a tedious process. This doesn’t exclusively apply to beginners. While books may help laying foundations for you, they take up lots of space, and sometimes you just want a quick tutorial or insight…

by soundontime | Mar 18, 2019

In this article I will rank in order the Top 5 Best Daft Punk Albums.  I will not include remixes, live performances or soundtracks, with one notable exclusion: Alive 2007.  I have decided not to include Alive 1997 as the album is technically incomplete, missing the…

by soundontime | Mar 11, 2019

Sit down and relax. Stand up and dance. You pick. But be sure to enter a world of its own. Following on his debut track, “Sprinter” which was released through Refused Audio about a year ago,  Canadian techno producer Elpine covers new grounds with a more relaxing, yet…

by soundontime | Feb 10, 2019

I regularly receive requests for book suggestions relating to the music industry. In the free time, when we’re not producing music, a lot of us like to continue to learn and grow as creative professionals or hobbyists. The past 3-4 years I’ve spent a great deal of my…

by Redmond Bacon | Nov 21, 2018

An eclectic blend of various electronic styles, Objekt’s second album Cocoon Crush sees the DJ fully embrace the possibilities of dance music to create his best record yet. Moving between techno and drill n’ bass like the bastard son of Marcel Dettmann and Aphex Twin,…

by Redmond Bacon | Nov 7, 2018

Geotic’s latest is perfect for easy-listening and for travelling, but lacks the punch of Will Wiesenfeld’s best work. Read our review!

by Steph B | Nov 3, 2018

No book has contributed as much to the music production field as Bobby Owsinski’s mixing engineer’s handbook. If you are lost in the process of mixing, it’s great to take a step back and reflect upon the different processes that are implied by the latter art. By…

by soundontime | Oct 26, 2018

To create the right sound atmosphere when listening to music is impossible without a low-frequency component. That is, without bass. It is the low frequencies of the soundtrack that add volume, create the feeling of music, add emotion to the reproduction of the rest…