If you are a fan of iOS synths that allow you to get your programming hands dirty, then Layr is going to be of considerable interest.
Bastl Instruments’ miniature modular really is very, very small indeed.
Morphagene is Make Noise’s attempt to take creative tape splicing and microsound exploration into the 21st century...
The Klavis Twin Waves, also known as VCDO (Voltage Controlled Dual Oscillator) is a small, skiff-friendly module with a minimal interface.
Roland have recreated their classic vocoder at a fraction of the cost — and size.
Eowave’s Ribbon 2 combines a 12-bit synth and a ribbon controller in 24-inches of plexiglass.
The original E-mu Morpheus was capable of real-time morphing in just one dimension, but today’s processors have much more power and can therefore offer 3D morphing — and in stereo.
Vermona’s Eurorack stable continues to grow with the addition of the TwinVCFilter.
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.
Novation’s ambitious new synthesizer brings together the best of analogue and digital.
The Oscitron is more than just an oscillator; it includes a selection of 15 varied filters, a phaser, a pitch-quantiser and a wave crusher.
With Apple’s AU plug-in format for iOS finally beginning to gain some traction, we check out Bram Bos's
latest ‘this is not a 303’ offering...
This third modular outing, DSM03, introduces tuned feedback — an important component in DSI synths ranging from the little desktop Evolver of 2003 up to the recent Pro 2.
Described as a Programmable Universal CV Generator, the Control Forge can serve as a multi-stage envelope, a complex LFO or a sequencer...
Dieter Doepfer is known as the founding father of Eurorack, the modular format that now dominates all others — but how did it all come about?
As its name implies, the Montage combines multiple technologies within a single, powerful instrument. But does it have what it takes to be the market leader Yamaha want it to be?
I can’t deny being a long-time fan of the Waldorf sound and of wavetable synthesis in general, so I was pretty keen to try out the NW1...
Until fairly recently the Orgone Accumulator was only available as a kit — but now even those of us with laughable soldering skills can enjoy one.
The Qu-Bit Chord promises what can sometimes be tedious to set up within a modular: easy polyphony...
Addictive Pro adds more complex oscillator configurations, a better effects implementation and a hot-rodded arpeggiator, but has surprisingly dropped the very useful four-track looper of the original Addictive Synth.
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