Eventide give us all of the details on Misha, their new interval-based Eurorack sequencer/instrument.
Gamechanger Audio have updated their Motor Synth; we caught up with them at Superbooth 2022 for a demonstration.
Erica Synths give us a demonstration of their new Syntrx II and Perkons HD-01 instruments.
We speak with Tiptop Audio at Superbooth 2022, where they talk us through their latest Buchla 200 Series recreation.
Rodec talk us through the MX-Modular, their modular 19" mixer system for studio and stage.
New line-up includes T-8 Beat Machine, J-6 Chord Synthesizer and E-4 Voice Tweaker.
Erica Synths have unveiled the SYNTRX II desktop synthesizer, and the LXR, a digital percussion and bassline Eurorack module.
Latest Eurorack module aims to recreate classic Roland sounds whilst offering improvements over the originals.
Provides users of Eurorack-based modular synths with foot pedal control over their setups.
Dreadbox are on form with an instrument that packs a lot of synth into a very small box.
ALM/Busy Circuits’ Tyso Daiko is a dual-voice 12-bit wavetable drum module that packs a punch.
After recreating the Moog modular, Roland System 100M and ARP 2500 modules in Eurorack form, Behringer decided to tackle something more modern in the shape of a multi-engine digital oscillator module.
New instrument combines Eurorack case and keyboard, allowing users to create their own “dream synth”.
Elektron’s latest drum/synth device combines analogue and digital synthesis, and offers in-depth intergration with external devices.
Korg have announced a new and improved version of their popular Volca FM compact synthesizer...
Back by popular demand: Korg have miniaturised the ARP 2600 but kept the spirit and sound of the original very much alive.
Waldorf return to their roots with a modern take on the classic Microwave.
Empress’ compact, powerful and versatile ZOIA is part multi‑effects unit, part modular synthesizer...
Barcelona‑based developers Endorphin.es have finally ironed out the folds when it comes to their contender for a system‑driving controller and sequencer. Has it been worth the wait?
Los Angeles’ Noise Engineering have in just a few years established themselves as one of the most exciting developers on the modular stage.
Known for their Blackbox tabletop synth and complete line of Eurorack synths, the nanoboxes offer powerful synthesis packed into a palm-sized portable form for music on-the-go.
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