AJH Synth’s first dedicated system reimagines what the Minimoog might be.
Dave Smith’s last synthesizer is a worthy farewell from a man who gave the synth world so much.
Kurzweil’s new stage piano makes the case for simplicity as a virtue.
Arturia’s new KeyLab Essential focuses firmly on computer control, with ambitious DAW integration.
Rhodes’ software recreation of their flagship instrument shows all the same painstaking attention to detail.
Virtual piano, virtual pianist or virtual songwriting partner? Toontrack’s EZkeys 2 attempts all three.
Meet the Seaboard Rise 2, the squishy sequel to ROLI’s original expressive keyboard controller.
Expressive E’s Osmose is a synthesizer like no other.
Californian start‑up Groove Synthesis haven’t just recreated the PPG Wave, they’ve made it even better.
Vintage Vibe’s Rhodes recreation just keeps getting better.
The Fantom‑0 squeezes the soul of its flagship big brother into a compact and affordable package.
Anyone fancy a versatile controller keyboard with the tip of the Arturia software iceberg included free?
Much more than just a bigger MicroFreak, Arturia’s MiniFreak is a six‑voice polysynth with a character like nothing else.
ASM expand their popular Hydrasynth range with two new options.
Teenage Engineering’s OP‑1 Field is much more than a sequel.
Cre8audio’s NiftyKEYZ case might just change your whole approach to modular.
Could the SK Pro 73 be Hammond’s most versatile keyboard yet?
Oberheim are back, and doing what they do best — making massive polysynths with a massive sound.
New synth‑makers PWM met the Devil at a crossroads at midnight. This is the result.
Is the Zen‑powered X the best Juno Roland have ever made?
Novation’s first attempt at an 88‑note controller keyboard seems to get everything right.
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