AJH Synth’s first dedicated system reimagines what the Minimoog might be.
Sometimes Knobula’s Pianophonic module sounds a whole lot like a piano, sometimes it just sounds piano‑ish, and sometimes it sounds nothing like a piano.
The Triple Cross is a three‑channel stereo crossfader and panner with some rather powerful tricks up its sleeve.
Are the motorised knobs of Melbourne Instruments’ debut synth a gimmick, or should all synths have them?
American musician and technologist Corry Banks, aka Bboytech, is the driving force behind Modbap.
AJH Synth’s latest Eurorack module has been designed around a unique concept that combines chance and randomness with pulse delay and conditioning capabilities.
The upcoming bluebox Eurorack edition brings all the features of 1010music's award-winning desktop mixer to the modular synth world.
Intellijel pack their considerable Eurorack experience into a single standalone synth.
The Molten Motion Meter is the fruit of a collaboration between Robin and DIY‑leaning Eurorack company Befaco.
In the biscuit barrel of modular, ACRONYM is a chocolate Hobnob dunked into a chilli mochaccino.
Arushi Jain has toured the world over as Modular Princess, with a critically acclaimed brand of electronic composition infused with the influence of Hindustani classical music.
Roland’s SH‑101‑inspired S‑1 is a great‑sounding synth with surprising depth.
More than just a compact version of their most recent polysynth, Sequential's new Trigon-6 Desktop Module also features some newly introduced MPE capabilties.
The Trinity is a three‑voice drum module with four separate synthesis algorithms to generate its sounds.
ZAPS is designed for fast, percussive sounds that spit, splat, zip and zap, although it won’t shy away from the odd melody either.
Having joined the team at Moog Music back in 2015, product strategist Max Ravitz was a key player in the development of the widely lauded Moog Mother‑32.
Boss' latest guitar synth comes packed with a huge selection of sounds which can be layered, triggered by different strings, or even split across different fret ranges.
ALM / Busy Circuits' recently announced modules are both now available, with one combining a preamp, EQ and mixer, and the other offering summing of four stereo sources.
Newcomers GS Music are kicking things off in style with an ambitious polysynth.
Think you know what analogue synthesis sounds like? Pittsburgh’s Taiga might change that...
Make Noise need almost no introduction. Among the prime movers in the Eurorack explosion, former Moog employee Tony Rolando...
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