Yamaha’s MOX range offers unusually tight integration with your DAW. Is this the way forward for synthesizer workstations?
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The toy‑like exterior of Teenage Engineering’s OP1 belies the versatile synth, sequencer, sampler and recorder hidden within. We retreat to our bedroom and put it though its paces...
The latest addition to Arturia’s Analog Experience series takes their hybrid software/hardware synth concept even further.
The Impulse controllers are cost-effective, yet seem generously specified — so where’s the catch?
Korg’s analogue tribe has two new members, both with little more than pocket‑money prices. Resistance may be futile...
Self-contained keyboard synths have an immediacy that is seldom matched by synth modules or software instruments. There's a great variety of them available at the moment, but how do you know which one is right for you? Here’s a selection of the models we've looked at over the last couple of years, with links to the SOS reviews, to help you decide.
An 88-note hammer-action stage piano as affordable as this seems far too good to be true. Is there a catch?
Arturia have broken away from their soft-synth roots with the MiniBrute, a 100 percent analogue monosynth. We put it to the test in our world-exclusive review.
The Minitaur may look like a simple beast, but there’s much more to Moog’s most affordable synth than meets the eye...
Years in the making, John Bowen’s Solaris is finally with us. So is this hugely ambitious synthesizer everything we hoped it would be?