Behringer’s all‑analogue, ultra‑affordable TB‑303 clone costs way less in sheer numerical terms in 2019 than the original did in 1981!
The good folks at Laboratorio Elettronico Popolare are back with two new instruments to confound and delight.
Let's face it, a single VCA is never enough, which is undoubtedly why quad VCA modules are such a popular design. Pack them...
Development goes on for the unconventional Modor NF1 and its affordable sibling the NF1m, with this new free firmware upgrade.
ASM debut their eight-voice digital poly-aftertouch-enabled wavemorphing keyboard! We talk to product development head Glen Darcey.
Erica's Pico System III dispenses with the modularity of previous Pico Systems, but it's still patchable — and has patch memory cards too!
Native Instruments are celebrating 10 years since the launch of their hardware/software workstation with a limited-edition orange Maschine.
Five new polyphonic Eurorack modules for the A100 modular system are now shipping.
IK Multimedia's UNO packs a surprisingly capable analogue monosynth into an attractively priced and eminently portable box.
The Sonicsmith Squaver P1+ is not your ordinary semi-modular synth...
The Treadstone packs a lot of analogue synth into a very small box.
Innovative French musical instrument designers Aodyo have released a receiver box called Link which turns their Sylphyo electronic wind controller into a standalone instrument, meaning no more computers required for triggering of sounds.
In a move that may appeal to fans of the movie Inception, the 1010music Toolbox takes a modular approach to your modular’s modulation...
Moog’s Drummer From Another Mother cocks an inventive snook at conventional percussion synthesis.
Roland continue to mine their considerable legacy with another Boutique module, this time based on the simple but much-loved SH-101.
Moog’s bovine bass synth just keeps getting better.
Pioneer’s new groovebox is a Dave Smith synth in DJ’s clothing.
Small company Rakit are making a big noise with their new drum synth.
The latest in the Boutique range is the result of an unexpected collaboration between Roland and Studio Electronics.
Future Retro’s Transient is a single-voice drum module based on 16-bit samples nabbed from classic drum machines, all delivered by a 12-bit DAC.
Could a mash-up of Novation’s Circuit and Bass Station II with a pinch of modular connectivity be the perfect recipe for the modern monosynth?