GForce’s software Mellotron just keeps getting better.
Modartt’s modelled piano goes from strength to strength and is now, remarkably, available for iOS.
Hot on the heels of EZkeys 2 comes its first sound expansion, Soul Roads EKX.
Rating: ***** 5/5 Stars. Solaris GTR is an inexpensive yet impressive‑sounding virtual instrument that uses sampled guitar sounds as sources before processing them to create a range of delicate textures.
Cinematique Instruments’ inspirational virtual instrument receives a major reworking.
Rhodes’ software recreation of their flagship instrument shows all the same painstaking attention to detail.
UJAM’s Usynth range is about getting good results quickly, and GLAM is no exception.
Virtual piano, virtual pianist or virtual songwriting partner? Toontrack’s EZkeys 2 attempts all three.
Rating: ***** 5/5 Stars. As with the original Atlantis release, the style of the vocal samples for Atlantis 2 suits epic fantasy with a strong medieval/Celtic vibe.
Is Synthogy’s Ivory 3 the best virtual piano you can buy?
If you like your drums heavy, the Hertz Drums Bundle might be just the thing.
Baby Audio’s first soft synth is inspired by the baby of the Yamaha CS range, the small but immediate CS‑01.
Sound Particles have placed 3D audio at the heart of their new soft synth.
Rating: **** 4/5 Stars. Sandstorm provides an easy‑to‑use platform for creating evolving soundscapes and sonic textures.
Rating: 4.5/5 Stars. The instrument allows users to pick any two clarinet textures from a library of 15 available textures, blending and shaping them with onboard tools.
There’s a lot to like about MiMU’s unusually gelatinous take on granular synthesis.
HALion is back, and it’s bigger, better and FMier than ever!
The MiniFreak V is every bit as good as its hardware counterpart.
Imaginando VS is a visual synthesizer designed for music and musicians.
Arturia’s colourful soft synth goes from strength to strength.
Klevgrand introduce a new take on wavetable synthesis.
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