Much more than just a bigger MicroFreak, Arturia’s MiniFreak is a six‑voice polysynth with a character like nothing else.
Teenage Engineering’s OP‑1 Field is much more than a sequel.
ASM expand their popular Hydrasynth range with two new options.
Cre8audio’s NiftyKEYZ case might just change your whole approach to modular.
Oberheim are back, and doing what they do best — making massive polysynths with a massive sound.
New synth‑makers PWM met the Devil at a crossroads at midnight. This is the result.
Is the Zen‑powered X the best Juno Roland have ever made?
The keyboard version of the desktop version of the Quantum, is the Iridium Keyboard even better than the original synth?
Korg lovingly recreate a ’70s synth classic.
We test Behringer’s take on an underrated Korg classic.
Roland add another classic polysynth to their Boutique range.
A streamlined version of Modal’s Cobalt8, is the Cobalt5S even better than its sibling?
It is with increasing sadness that we note the passing of this legendary synthesizer pioneer.
How does Roland’s Boutique version of their classic JD‑800 synth compare to the original?
Now in its fourth decade, Kurzweil’s celebrated K series continues to evolve.
IK go pro with desktop and keyboard versions of their expanded UNO Synth.
Korg’s Modwave is a wavetable powerhouse that can import Serum wavetables without conversion.
Modal’s SkulptSynth SE packs an awful lot of synth into a very small package.
Korg’s Nautilus puts much of the functionality of the Kronos into a far more affordable instrument.
A conquering hero returns to the fray after long years in exile. Does the new Prophet Rev 4 still have the power to take on the world?
The Cobalt 8 is a beautifully judged virtual analogue synth.
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