Audient has just released the 4.0.9 update for their SONO guitar based audio interface. What’s new?

Audient Nero // Everything you want from a MONITOR CONTROLLER!

The new Audient Nero could just be everything you ever wanted from a monitor controller.

Audient SONO Audio Interface for Guitarist

Are you a guitarist?
Do you want to record your guitar?
If the answer is yes than Audient has the ideal product for you – The Audient SONO.

Should I buy a WA-76 or WA-2A?

These two compressors are very different in the way they work and in the way they affect audio. In this article we’ll go through each compressor in detail to aid you in your choice.

Audient iD44 Or iD14 – Which One Should I Buy?

About 6 months ago audio Interface manufacturer Audient launched the latest in their iD series of USB Audio Interfaces, the Audient iD44. At face value this interface looks fairly similar to their popular and cheaper iD14 interface but there is a lot more under the hood than what you may see at first glance.


The Melbourne Audio Trade Show brings together audio professionals, students, music retailers and wholesalers at the Melbourne SAE campus. As part of the 2018 trade show Studio Connections offered up an Audient iD22 audio interface valued at $799 as a prize. This years lucky winner is 3rd year Bachelor of Audio Engineering Student Izzy La Macchia. We caught up with Izzy for a chat about about SAE, Audient and Music


Audient is proud of the their ARC included software bundle that comes standard with all Audient units. They don’t want to give you useless unrelated software that does little to enhance your creative flow. They want to provide a bundle of tools that helps you create, produce and master your projects without having to go out and buy anything else to get you started.

The announcement of the new ACR Creative Bundle features some really nice plugins from Waldorf and Two Notes. You get over 1 GB of samples from Loopmasters to use. Cubase is still the DAW of choice and Landr is still there to take your tracks to the final step – Mastering.

What is a Network Renderer and why is it Important in a High End Music System?

Since the 1850’s humans have pushed the technological envelope, trying to capture and replay music. Thomas Edison invented the phonograph cylinder in 1877, it quickly evolved from a piece of thin tin wrapped around a cylinder to a wax cylinder and in 1889, the first pre-recorded cylinders were available for sale. This ability to capture a performance and enjoy it at any time later in our own homes, set us on a journey to refine and hone the technology available to us to further the art of recorded music playback.

ONE Flight Up Studios Talks about their API 1608 Recording Console

One Flight Up Recording Studios is the brainchild of Nick Irving and when you enter the studio you can’t help feel that he has put a lot of time and love into this space – It’s impressive. The space is well decked out and instantly feels comfortable – a place you want to knuckle down and get some serious work done. The first room you enter is the kitchen/chill out room with a couch and coffee machine, fridge and sink. This room breaks off into 2 more rooms. The first is a smaller studio space and the other is the main control room. The smaller studio is a writing, pre production suite and is well equipped with some Neve 1073 preamps and a nice, easy access Vocal booth. Perfect for getting a track into shape and laying down some quality vocals.