Much more than just a bigger MicroFreak, Arturia’s MiniFreak is a six‑voice polysynth with a character like nothing else.
Create retro sci‑fi soundtracks with Cubase’s Retrologue 2.
Does the latest iteration of NI’s Komplete music production suite provide all the tools you need?
Rides In The Storm have released a lot of modules, and were kind enough to send SOS an entire box to check out!
Swap your analogue pineapple for some digital jalapeño and grab a slice from the Bastl Instruments Pizza.
Every year modular developers are faced with the challenge of outdoing themselves with ever more inventive and useful modules...
Sound On Sound December 2022
Cubase Workshop: Stranger Things Synths With Retrologue 2
Elektron have announced the release of OS 1.20 for Syntakt, expanding the instruments melodic capabilities with the addition of two new Machines.
Der Mann mit der Maschine have announced the release of two new controllers for their Droid Master module, which generates and processes CV signals for Eurorack modular systems.
ALM/Busy Circuits are celebrating the tenth anniversary of their Pamela's Workout clock and function generator module with a new version equipped with new wave shapes, more CV inputs, and improved visual feedback.
Sequential's new six-voice polysynth offers all of the best qualities of their popular Prophet-6 and OB-6 instruments.
More than 50 years after its initial release, the Minimoog Model D has returned to production, with each unit being hand-built at Moog's factory in North Carolina.
Aodyo Instruments are running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the Anyma Omega, a 16-voice multi-timbral physical modelling synthesizer based on the engine used in their Anyma Phi instrument.
Korg's latest synthesizer retains the hands-on control of their popular Minilogue instrument, but focuses on providing dark and thunderous bass sounds.
Gamechanger Audio have announced the limited availability of the Motor Synth MkII, an innovative synthesizer which uses electic motors as oscillators.
Korg have announced that Nautilus owners are now able to equip their instruments with the full complement of sounds from the company’s hugely successful M1 synthesizer workstation.
Arturia’s mighty V Collection continues to grow and improve.
Once the preserve of academic and experimental music, granular synthesis is more accessible than ever and has a lot to offer in all sorts of genres.
Teenage Engineering’s OP‑1 Field is much more than a sequel.
The A‑126‑2 is a redesign of their long‑discontinued A‑126. It’s a slender 8HP module in Doepfer’s usual utilitarian design...
The discovery of a truly new sound — a reality‑shifting sonic experience — is the never‑ending goal of modular. It’s this very drive that constitutes the heart of Qu‑Bit’s Aurora.
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