Archetype: Rabea from Neural DSP features a synthesizer that can be triggered by a standard guitar, without the need for any special pickups or hardware.
Eventide have announced that Misha, their interesting new interval-based Eurorack sequencer, is now available.
These powerful self‑contained instruments blend analogue and digital sound generation to devastating effect!
When you mention function generators in Eurorack you tend to start thinking about West Coast synthesis. For those of us...
There are a multitude of excellent Eurorack sequencers available in all shapes and sizes. Principally they all fulfil a...
American synthesist Josh Mason’s latest release, Utility Music, is a rather stunning demonstration of the Doepfer A‑100...
AJSynth’s original Mini Mod series has always blazed the trail, supplying a Minimoog concept in Eurorack form. Coupling...
AJH Synths have released two new Eurorack modules that feature some unique modulation capabilities.
Meet Mavis, Moog’s affordable semi‑modular with more than a few tricks up its sleeve.
German DIY electronics whiz Moritz Klein and Erica Synths founder Girt Ozolins explain the motivation behind their mki x es.EDU collaboration.
Cornflakes is a 14HP granular oscillator module from a new Danish company called Miso.
Mavis is a semi-modular DIY synth that can be used both standalone or as part of a Eurorack system.
“New modules (not a new Disting)” declared an Expert Sleepers Instagram post shortly before the announcement of a ...
Mylar Melodies has in recent years ascended to become one of the Internet’s premier educators in all things modular.
Osiris has four banks of 32 wavetables, harbouring 32 waveforms each, that you can browse and smooth between...
Behringer’s version of the classic ARP 2600 could be the one you’ve been waiting for.
Erica Synths' range of DIY modules continues to grow with the addition of the EDU DIY VCF.
MOD Devices have launched a set of modular synthesizers that allow musicians to play synth sounds using a guitar, with no modifications or special pickups required.
Noon is a passive analogue drum machine/synthesizer; we get the details from Landscape along with a demonstration.
We check out the Michigan Synth Works MSW-810, a recreation of the CMU-810 monosynth that comes in a DIY kit, with a pre-built option on the way.
Eventide give us all of the details on Misha, their new interval-based Eurorack sequencer/instrument.
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