Moog’s Drummer From Another Mother cocks an inventive snook at conventional percussion synthesis.
Phosphor 2 is Audio Damages' first of their desktop virtual instruments to be ported to iOS, bringing with it exactly the same features as the desktop version.
Kauldron is most certainly up there in terms of analogue sonics and with its combination of features and competitive pricing, should prove attractive to many.
Classic low-pass gates are probably best associated with the Buchla modulars. However, Rabid Elephant decided against the vactrols, aiming to produce something faster, more accurate, durable and natural-sounding.
Plonk uses AAS physical modelling to generate many voices of a typical drum machine, but it’s equally suited to creating strikes and hits with no real-world equivalent...
Roland continue to mine their considerable legacy with another Boutique module, this time based on the simple but much-loved SH-101.
Korg’s new “flagship analogue synthesizer” actually incorporates plenty of digital technology — and to great effect!
Formant Filter offers morphing between three different vowel sounds and via parallel band-pass filters, it delivers convincing vocal tones...
Rainmaker consists of a stereo 16-tap spectral delay paired with a 64-tap comb resonator, the latter sporting external triggering options that turn it into a (single-voice) Karplus-Strong synthesizer.
The original Polivoks is rare, iconic, nasty and fabulous in equal measure. So how does a modern-day reincarnation compare with the classic?
The hugely successful MiniBrute has evolved into what Arturia describe as a synthesis ‘ecosystem’, but the MiniBrute 2 and 2S aren’t just updates — they’re completely new instruments.
The MÖG Wavefolder doesn’t just modify waveform shape, it squishes, shifts, boosts and distorts — and is equally happy doing the same to control signals.
Thirty years after the launch of the groundbreaking D-50, Roland’s Boutique version offers the same iconic sound.
Wolfgang Palm is undoubtedly a bit of a synth super-hero to many. He was the man behind wavetable synthesis back in the 1970s...
Every now and again a module appears that slots into a niche you didn’t realise existed, but once it’s there you start to see all kinds of new possibilities...
Bored with plain old Sample & Hold? We check out the updated Turing Machine MkII along with the new Pulses and Volts expanders.
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