Fresh from recreating the CS80, Black Corporation set their sights on another classic polysynth...
Boss have managed to pack plenty of expressive, yet guitarist-friendly, 'synth' sounds into this compact stompbox.
X-PAN is a voltage-controlled mixer with crossfading, monophonic inputs and a stereo output.
The Crucible is described as a ‘curved metal and cymbal synthesizer’ and although it is entirely digital, the sound may have you believing otherwise.
NI's Massive X isn't just an update, it's a whole new synth!
Emerging from the mists of time comes the rejuvenated Fantom, Roland's new flagship workstation synthesizer. Available in three models: Fantom 6 (61 keys), Fantom 7 (76 keys) and the 88-key Fantom 8.
Once again, Soma bring us an instrument like no other...
The latest model in Korg's unstoppable Volca range offers a typically idiosyncratic approach to drum synthesis.
The Quad Peak Animation System, aka QPAS, is a filter aimed primarily at stereo imaging and animation.
Novation scale dizzying heights with their new flagship synthesizer.
Stuck in a synthesis rut? Tired of patching the same old sounds? Analogue Solutions have got just the thing...
The 810 comprises of a VCO, VCF and VCA, packed into a single 30HP module. Together they can be used as a single, Roland-flavoured analogue voice.
Clearly believing that more is more, Cherry Audio's Voltage Modular combines a user-friendly interface with a very generous selection of modules.
The Moog One is the most ambitious instrument the company have ever built. We put it through its paces in our world exclusive review.
FM synthesis, virtual analogue synthesis, 8-bit wavetable synthesis, noise synthesis, granular synthesis... The Sonicware ELZ‑1 has got it all!
Tall Dog are a US company with no fewer than four new modules to tickle our fancies...
Fixed filter banks have been part of the synthesist's armoury almost since the appearance of the earliest Moog modular synths...
We all know the mantra by now: 'you can never have enough VCAs'. Tiptop's latest offering is designed to do this with as little distortion as possible, making it ideal for full–bandwidth audio signals.
Always unconventional, Teenage Engineering's latest instrument is a battery-powered multimedia studio that will fit in your pocket.
Arturia throw out the synthesizer rulebook with an instrument that dares to be different.
Taking the design of the original Minilogue and features from the Prologue, does the XD offer the ideal balance between function and price?