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?
Waldorf's new flagship synthesizer is complex, versatile and hugely ambitious.
Yamaha's seriously capable MODX is a Montage for the masses.
The Sequential Prophet X combines analogue and sample-based synthesis in one enormously ambitious and flexible instrument.
Don’t be misled by the colourful panel and eccentric name — the Moog Grandmother is a serious and capable synthesizer.
Thanks to Korg, it’s once again possible to walk into a shop and buy a brand-new, full-size ARP Odyssey.
Korg’s new “flagship analogue synthesizer” actually incorporates plenty of digital technology — and to great effect!
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.
Thirty years after the launch of the groundbreaking D-50, Roland’s Boutique version offers the same iconic sound.
The Rev 2’s attractive feature set and inviting price tag could make it the most popular Prophet yet.
The System 8 may offer ‘plug-out’ recreations of Roland classics, but it’s also a versatile synthesizer with a character all of its own.
Novation’s ambitious new synthesizer brings together the best of analogue and digital.
As its name implies, the Montage combines multiple technologies within a single, powerful instrument. But does it have what it takes to be the market leader Yamaha want it to be?
The Monologue may be a cut-down version of the Minilogue, but it offers a few features its polyphonic big brother can’t match.
Arturia’s MatrixBrute combines everything the company know about synthesis into one hugely ambitious machine.
Behringer’s first foray into the world of synthesis always promised to be interesting, and the results do not disappoint...
How do you follow the best-selling synthesizer of all time?
Tom Oberheim hasn’t just revisited his classic Two Voice synthesizer, he’s made it even better.
Korg’s single–handed analogue revival continues unabated, with the release of an affordable four–voice polysynth.
With a large, well–equipped control panel and a gratuitously laden effects rack, the JDXA could be Roland’s most ambitious, hands–on synthesizer in many years.
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