In 2003 the original V-Synth represented a bold leap forward in synthesizer technology. Can Roland take the concept further with the new V-Synth GT? Read on...
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Roland's Fantom workstation reaches its fourth generation with the 'G' series. So just how great is the Fantom family's great-grandchild?
The M3 workstation, already a powerful beast, has gained impressive new features and an Xpanded name tag. Is it now top of its class?
Roland have condensed their considerable synthesizer workstation expertise into a single, affordable instrument.
Waldorf build on the success of their Blofeld synth by adding not only a keyboard, but also sample RAM.
You cant please all of the people all of the time, Abraham Lincoln once said — but Clavia aim to prove him wrong with their new Nord Electro 3 keyboard.
Creating a digitally modelled piano is a fantastically difficult thing to do, but that hasnt deterred Roland... Introducing the V-Piano — the worlds first hardware modelling piano.
The updated SL range rejoices in touch-sensitive knobs and sliders, and in Novations ingenious Automap technology.
The hugely popular Microkorg — the worlds best-selling synth for the past few years, according to its makers — has gained what Korg describe as a big brother. Will it repeat the success of its sibling?
Have you ever longed for the sound and style of a Mellotron without the impracticality, unreliability and team of men required to move it? If so, you need yearn no more — thanks to the Memotron...