The MiniFreak V is every bit as good as its hardware counterpart.
Arturia’s colourful soft synth goes from strength to strength.
Klevgrand introduce a new take on wavetable synthesis.
Cnōc and Cruïnn promise to bring something new to your modular system with their own distinct brands of Instruō ingenuity.
Vector Wave is an extraordinarily playful multi‑levelled cluster oscillator with multiple modes, nuances, vector synthesis and FM algorithms.
Expressive E’s Osmose is a synthesizer like no other.
The follow‑up to Pamela’s Workout sets the gold standard for clock division and rhythmic trigger generation all over again.
Slice records audio and plays it back as a loop. Being clockable means that in‑time stutter, ratchet and glitch effects are yours to command.
S‑CAT’s bespoke Bass‑Synth does exactly what it says on the tin...
Can Dreamtonics really deliver a session singer in software?
Californian start‑up Groove Synthesis haven’t just recreated the PPG Wave, they’ve made it even better.
1010music’s diminutive Nanobox range has got it where it counts.
Bastl’s Softpop SP2 reins in the chaos but is still a far from conventional synth.
Cherry Audio recreate that rarest of beasts, the Elka Synthex.
Now in its third decade, MetaSynth is still a synthesizer like no other, and its companion sequencer Xx follows the same path...
The LXR‑2 is a six-voice, 28HP module with the same sound engine as the LXR‑02...
Comprised of an 18dB/octave three‑pole multi‑mode filter, a VCA, two different West Coast‑style wavefolders and a rectifier, at its mildest end the FIL4 very much does what it says on the tin: it sculpts timbre.
They may seem like an unromantic part of modular, but having the right case can make all the difference to your system.
The Fantom‑0 squeezes the soul of its flagship big brother into a compact and affordable package.
Dawesome’s Novum is a granular synthesizer with a multi‑layered approach to sound design.
A melodic interval-based sequencer from Eventide with a unique set of features.
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