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Past articles by Jon:

Marshall's Middleton Bluetooth speaker is the company's new weatherproof flagship

Marshall's new portable Bluetooth boombox is rugged, IP67 rated and offers 360-degree sound.. → Read More

Serato Studio 2.0 gets stem audio separation

Serato's beat making app Studio 2.0 gets stem audio separation added to its toolset.. → Read More

Serato adds on-the-fly stem isolation and effects to its DJ app

Serato DJ launches its newest public beta today, including the Serato Stems tool for audio isolation and effects on-the-fly.. → Read More

BioLite adds portable power stations and a solar array to its charging lineup

BioLite has just announced its new BaseCharge 600 and BaseCharge 1500 portable power stations, along with an accompanying SolarPanel 100.. → Read More

Marshall widens the soundstage on its new home speaker lineup

Marshall has made some seemingly minor changes for its third-gen home speakers. → Read More

Algoriddim’s djay Pro AI adds digital control vinyl support for Mac and iOS

Today Algoriddim’s djay Pro AI joins that camp with a few unique twists. → Read More

Marshall debuts the Willen, its first ultra-compact Bluetooth speaker

Marshall has just announced two new Bluetooth options to its stable of portable speakers. → Read More

Soundboks Go: A portable boombox with a wireless focus

The Soundboks Go Bluetooth offers loudspeaker sound in a portable package, priced at $699.. → Read More

The best portable Bluetooth speakers you can buy

Here's a list of the best Bluetooth speakers you can buy, as chosen by Engadget editors.. → Read More

The Soundboks Go offers loudspeaker sound in a more portable package

Soundboks announces the launch of the new, more portable Soundboks Go ($699). → Read More

Pioneer DJ debuts DDJ-REV series of battle-style controllers

Pioneer DJ debuts DDJ-REV series of battle-style controllers. → Read More

Shokz OpenRun Pro bone-conduction headphones bump up the bass

Shokz, formerly known as Aftershokz, launches its new OpenRun Pro bone-conduction headphones that deliver more low-end than ever before.. → Read More

Serato Studio’s long-needed recording feature is finally here

Serato Studio 1.6 rolls out to the public today, including the ability to record audio directly into the app, changes to the audio track tools and the addition of a built-in Virtual Audio Driver.. → Read More

Rane packs high-end tech into its first single-unit DJ controller

Rane, a well-known name in DJ hardware, has finally announced its first one-piece DJ controller: the Rane One. It is available starting today for $1,499. → Read More

Djay Pro AI for iPad now has touchless gesture controls

An update to Algoriddim’s djay Pro AI is now available and its most notable feature is a touchless Gesture Control interface for iPad Pro and iOS 14. → Read More

Pioneer DJ’s new controller supports Rekordbox, Serato and a few new tricks

Pioneer DJ's new DDJ-FLX6 hybrid controller lets you use either Rekordbox or Serato DJ Pro. Plus it has a set of unique effects tools, all for $599. → Read More

Djay Pro AI for Mac's latest update takes advantage of Apple's M1 chip

Djay Pro AI for Mac leverages Apple's M1 chip to enhance its Neural Mix audio separation tools with effects, crossfading and more. → Read More

Aftershokz OpenComm is a bone conduction headset for the Zoom generation

AfterShokz’s OpenComm bone conduction headset seems an ideal accompaniment to the world we live in today. It's a communications-focused product by virtue of its boom mic, good for today’s busy home or mobile workspace in the age of endless Zoom calls. → Read More

Algoriddim spins off its AI audio tools into the standalone Neural Mix Pro app

Algoriddim launches its AI audio tool Neural Mix Pro, which can extract stem-like instrumentals, acappellas, drum tracks and more from your existing music collection. → Read More

Djay Pro uses AI to turn songs into acapellas and instrumentals on-the-fly

Algoriddim leveraged AI for an update to its djay Pro software a couple years back, improving its Automix capability. It seems the company has been developing some more interesting uses since then with today’s launch of Neural Mix, as part of the new djay Pro AI. → Read More