We test Yonac Magellan synthesizer app and the PPG WaveGenerator synth app.
Who are the most successful British synth manufacturers of all time? Hint: they’re alive and well — and busier than ever...
Novation go back to their portable synth roots with a compact gem that reworks the Ultranova synth engine and adds a few extras...
If you’re handy with a soldering iron, buying the Shruthi 1 gets you a lot of synth for your buck...
Roland’s Jupiter 80 has gained a little brother in the shape of the Jupiter 50. Does this slimmed-down synth offer the same Supernatural sound?
Don’t let its low price fool you: Sonic Academy’s debut synth has a lot going for it...
Wave Alchemy’s Pro II aims to fill the curious, Pro One-shaped hole in the soft-synth market.
We check out the Tascam iU2 audio interface, and sneak a peak at Reactable's Mobile tactile synth for iOS and Android.
Tom Oberheim’s classic two-voice synth gets the Arturia treatment in the form of the SEM V.
Izotope’s Iris offers a new take on sound design via its innovative sample resynthesis engine.
Is Rob Papen’s Blade the cutting edge of additive synthesis?
Years in the making, John Bowen’s Solaris is finally with us. So is this hugely ambitious synthesizer everything we hoped it would be?
Analogue Solutions make a bid for your cash with a retro-styled synth offering big, fat Moog-style sounds and a built-in sequencer. Could this be their best synth yet?
The Minitaur may look like a simple beast, but there’s much more to Moog’s most affordable synth than meets the eye...
GForce’s acclaimed OSCar emulator gets a major update — and a deluxe control surface, in the shape of the Touch Digital IMP2C.
Vermona have beefed up their four-voice synth and the result is an analogue monster with the emphasis firmly on performance.
Arturia have broken away from their soft-synth roots with the MiniBrute, a 100 percent analogue monosynth. We put it to the test in our world-exclusive review.
XILS Lab continue to trawl the depths of obscure synth history, this time with an emulation of that rarest of beasts, the Elka Synthex.
The latest addition to Arturia’s Analog Experience series takes their hybrid software/hardware synth concept even further.
Yamaha’s MOX range offers unusually tight integration with your DAW. Is this the way forward for synthesizer workstations?
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