Emerging from the mists of time comes the rejuvenated Fantom, Roland's new flagship workstation synthesizer. Available in three models: Fantom 6 (61 keys), Fantom 7 (76 keys) and the 88-key Fantom 8.
Novation scale dizzying heights with their new flagship synthesizer.
Nektar's Panorama T4 takes their already impressive DAW integration to a higher level.
The S88 MkII offers a high-quality weighted keyboard and even tighter computer integration.
Arturia throw out the synthesizer rulebook with an instrument that dares to be different.
Taking the design of the original Minilogue and features from the Prologue, does the XD offer the ideal balance between function and price?
These new controller instruments make NI's tight hardware/software integration more portable and affordable than ever before.
Is the SKX the lightweight gigging Hammond you've always dreamed of?
Arturia take their KeyLab controller keyboard range to the next level.
Waldorf's new flagship synthesizer is complex, versatile and hugely ambitious.
Yamaha's seriously capable MODX is a Montage for the masses.
Could Novation’s new keyboard be the ultimate command centre for your synth studio?
The Sequential Prophet X combines analogue and sample-based synthesis in one enormously ambitious and flexible instrument.
Don’t be misled by the colourful panel and eccentric name — the Moog Grandmother is a serious and capable synthesizer.
Thanks to Korg, it’s once again possible to walk into a shop and buy a brand-new, full-size ARP Odyssey.
Korg have resurrected a ’60s classic — and completely reinvented it in the process.
The iRig Keys I/O offers a one-cable keyboard controller solution for computer- and iPad-based musicians.
Korg’s new “flagship analogue synthesizer” actually incorporates plenty of digital technology — and to great effect!
Clavia have considerable experience and expertise when it comes to designing stage keyboards. Is this the best one yet?
The KeyLab Essential condenses Arturia’s core controller capabilities into one cut-down package.
The hugely successful MiniBrute has evolved into what Arturia describe as a synthesis ‘ecosystem’, but the MiniBrute 2 and 2S aren’t just updates — they’re completely new instruments.