UVI are offering a very reasonably priced emulation of a classic Moog — but which classic Moog is it?
The EMS VCS3 (or ‘Putney’) is relic of a bygone age. Along with its suitcase sibling the Synthi, the VCS3...
How do you follow the best-selling synthesizer of all time?
Make Noise blur the boundaries between the East and West Coast schools of synthesis with this unique semi-modular.
The Studio Electronics Tonestar 2600 is a complete analogue synthesizer voice in just 32hp. It consists of a single VCO, a sub oscillator and noise generator processed by a four-pole low-pass filter based on that of the legendary ARP 2600.
TwinCussion comprises a pair of analogue percussion voices (A & B), both slightly different and capable of independent operation or cross-patched interaction...
Twisted Electrons offer a new take on the classic acid machine.
The LEP LepLoop takes a decidedly unconventional approach to the groovebox format.
Plucked from the Dreadbox collection of modules, Omikron is a 22hp dual VCO, while the Lamda is a 20hp multi-mode filter.
The OB6 is the product of a collaboration between two of the most respected names in synthesizer design, and it doesn’t disappoint...
Drips is a complete analogue drum voice that can be tweaked to produce kicks, snares, hi-hats and so on as well as Kraftwerk-style zaps and thwaps.
This compact module will serve as four linear VCAs or as a four-input mixer — for audio or control signals.
Rebel Technology’s Phoreo [Rendering its name in Greek will break the SOS publishing software — Ed] is a clock,...
Soon, for the first time in 35 years, you will be a able to walk into a shop and buy a brand-new Minimoog. But will it be as good as the original? Find out in our exclusive review.
In a world of reissues and recreations, the Hypersynth Xenophone is resolutely doing its own thing.
Designed in collaboration with SpaceHardware, the Quadnic packs four digital oscillators into an impressively compact 12hp...
For many, an analogue synthesizer is defined by its low-pass filter. There have been numerous notable examples of this,...
Mutable Instruments’ Rings introduces the idea of virtual strings to generate its own flavour of polyphony.
I Wish is a granular synthesis plug-in that uses incoming MIDI notes to play very short loops of audio.
Tom Oberheim hasn’t just revisited his classic Two Voice synthesizer, he’s made it even better.
This four-voice polyphonic Model 15 app, which is both an educational tool as well as a musical instrument, mimics the original (primarily monophonic) Model 15, and offers much more besides.
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