Its open-source design means that this small box is bursting with possibilities.
Is the world ready for the return of the string synthesizer? Waldorf seem to think so...
Moog’s latest synth, the Sub 37, sees the company return to the form that made their reputation back in the 1970s.
The System 1 is a fully fledged synthesizer in its own right, but it can also assume the identity of Roland classics using its built–in ‘plug–out’ technology.
We don our smiley t‑shirts and our baggiest trousers and put Acidlab's 303 clone to the test.
Studio Electronics' new synth modules come in a range of different colours, each with its own distinctive filter and identity.
The stuff of synthesizer legend, Keith Emerson's megalithic modular system hasn't just been restored — it's also been completely recreated.
With the MS20 Kit, Korg have taken the Ikea approach to selling synths — by insisting you build it yourself!
Paul Soulsby's debut product is a small synth of violently unrestrained character.
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?
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