Elektron have followed up their Analog Four with a fully fledged analogue keyboard.
Kurzweil instruments are often more complex than they initially appear, and that's certainly the case with the Artis...
Korg and littleBits have joined forces to make what's basically analogue Lego. What's not to like?
As Roland revisit their classic Bassline, we ask does everybody need a TB3?
Apps based on existing software are far from unusual, but Wolfgang Palm has chosen to go the other way.
Synthesists have been asking manufacturers to build new analogue instruments for years — and now they’ve finally responded. But what took them so long? We round up some of the recent offerings.
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.
Arturia’s new Brute is even smaller than the last and, quite frankly, very cheap indeed. What’s not to like?
Waldorf have followed up their '90s blockbuster with a sequel — the Pulse 2.
Akai could be on to a winner with their cheap and compact sample player.
Nearly 20 years after the original, Clavia's Nord Lead has become a studio synth staple. Can its latest incarnation keep the flame alive?
Lush Projects' kit could be the cheapest way into modular synthesis for anyone handy with a soldering iron.
The clever chaps at XILS Lab have given Roland's classic VP330 a new lease of life as a soft synth.
Check out Arturia's take on this Oberheim classic dual-VCO synthesizer module with oscillator sync, pulse-width modulation and two-pole multi-mode filter.
A new Prophet is always an exciting prospect, but the name certainly carries a weight of expectation. Can the latest model live up to its illustrious ancestry?
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.
The clever chaps at Kiwi Technics have rebuilt a lesser-known Roland classic from the inside out.
In the 20 years since its launch, the Bass Station has become something of a classic — and with analogue monosynths enjoying their biggest revival since the early '80s, what better time for a sequel?
Prophet, Prodigy, Jupiter, Andromeda, Trinity... You just can't beat the grandiose overtones of a good synth name....
Kurzweil's latest workstation introduces enhancements — but doesn't mess with that Kurzweil sound.
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