Apps based on existing software are far from unusual, but Wolfgang Palm has chosen to go the other way.
Korg already have an enviable track record for making high-quality apps, but in Gadget they've made their most serious step yet towards full music production.
This month we look at a two iOS Apps - Pulse Code Modular and Stage Traxx.
Apps for your Tablet: Waldorf Nave synth, Pocket Audio Tools and Grain Science's granular synth.
Muse Research continue to refine their Receptor virtual instrument player.
This month we look at the new iPad Mini, Microsoft Surface and Borderlands Granular Synth app.
We test Yonac Magellan synthesizer app and the PPG WaveGenerator synth app.
Don’t let its low price fool you: Sonic Academy’s debut synth has a lot going for it...
Wave Alchemy’s Pro II aims to fill the curious, Pro One-shaped hole in the soft-synth market.
We check out the Tascam iU2 audio interface, and sneak a peak at Reactable's Mobile tactile synth for iOS and Android.
Arturia's Analog Experience range pairs tweakable preset soft synths with dedicated controller keyboards. We put the first two to the test...
XILS Labs XILS 3 is a recreation of the EMS VCS3, but there's more to it than that — much, much more.
The Receptor lets you use VST plug-ins without a computer. How does V2 improve on the original?
FabFilters powerful plug-in suite brings us advanced modulation possibilities, filters with multiple personalities, and plenty of overdrive.
Truly original and innovative software is a rare thing these days, but Camel Audios latest is exactly that. Find out what it is that sets Alchemy apart from the soft-synth crowd...
There was always something quite special about Roland's classic Jupiter 8 analogue megasynth, but can Arturia capture that magic with their emulation?
When it comes to hands-on control, we're used to being told that the mouse is a poor substitute for knobs and faders. This unique soft synth might just change all that...
Korg bring the MS20 and the Polysix to the OASYS and introduce a major OS update.
If you've ever fancied creating your own VST plug-in synths and effects, Outsim's slick development tool might just have made the process that bit easier for PC users.
Is Native Instrument's new stand-alone soft synth as big as they say it is?
If you're after convincing analogue-style sounds but you don't want to delve into complex programming, Arturia's Analog Factory may be just the thing.
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