The good folks at Laboratorio Elettronico Popolare are back with two new instruments to confound and delight.
Elektron have treated three of their flagship instruments to a major redesign. We see what’s new...
Are Roland’s recreations the last word on these classic instruments?
We’ve seen plenty of revivals of Roland classics, but Cyclone Analogic’s recreations are not the usual trio.
The LEP LepLoop takes a decidedly unconventional approach to the groovebox format.
Novation’s new groovebox, sequencer and performance instrument could be this year’s essential synth accessory.
Akai break from tradition with their new all–analogue lupine groove–maker.
Storm, the French software studio from virtual-instrument creators Arturia, keeps on improving. We check out version 3.
This new member of the Korg tribe offers synthesis, sequencing, drum programming, tons of real-time control plus genuine valves to light up your studio and your sound.
The latest in Roland's line of MC-series workstations is their best (and most expensive) yet, incorporating synthesis, sequencing, real-time control, and sampling. But in an increasingly software-driven world, can a Groovebox still cut it?
Roland followed their first MC303 Groovebox with the well-specified MC505. Now there's the MC307, with a spec more like the 505, a price closer to that of the 303, and more DJ-friendly features.
Paul White checks out the successor to his beloved D4 and ends up casting sidelong glances at his cheque book.
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