The Moog One is the most ambitious instrument the company have ever built. We put it through its paces in our world exclusive review.
FM synthesis, virtual analogue synthesis, 8-bit wavetable synthesis, noise synthesis, granular synthesis... The Sonicware ELZ‑1 has got it all!
Tall Dog are a US company with no fewer than four new modules to tickle our fancies...
Fixed filter banks have been part of the synthesist's armoury almost since the appearance of the earliest Moog modular synths...
We all know the mantra by now: 'you can never have enough VCAs'. Tiptop's latest offering is designed to do this with as little distortion as possible, making it ideal for full–bandwidth audio signals.
Always unconventional, Teenage Engineering's latest instrument is a battery-powered multimedia studio that will fit in your pocket.
Arturia throw out the synthesizer rulebook with an instrument that dares to be different.
Taking the design of the original Minilogue and features from the Prologue, does the XD offer the ideal balance between function and price?
Need percussive noise on a budget? Look no further...
Rob Papen's versatile Rack Extension vector synth has been reborn as a plug-in.
Built to Schlappi's same exacting standards, this all-analogue module can be an oscillator, LFO, filter or waveshaper...
This 6HP module is specifically set up as a hi-fi, low‑noise, two‑channel (stereo) audio recorder with a basic playback facility.
Arturia built their reputation on software recreations of classic synths, now they're back with one of their own.
FXpansion's new soft synth boasts sensational sound and an almost unhealthy level of modulation.
Described as an 'organismic synthesizer', the Lyra-8 doesn't merely produce wailing sirens, it excels at screams, drones and a great many flavours of crunchy dissonance.
Hardware controller specialists Nektar turn their attention to software with the versatile and capable Bolt synthesizer.
As rare and expensive as it is desirable, Roland's celebrated modular system has always been out of reach for most of us, but now the company have recreated it for Eurorack.
The Medusa combines analogue and digital, synthesizer and sequencer — and even throws in a controller for good measure.
Waldorf's new flagship synthesizer is complex, versatile and hugely ambitious.
I love my Electro‑Harmonix Small Stone phasers so I was delighted when AJH Synth announced that their Mega-Phase 12 Eurorack...
Qu-Bit are bringing Scanned Synthesis to the Eurorack party, a form of organic wavetable synthesis which has hitherto been unavailable in hardware form...
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