17 Feb in SynthsThe fascinatingly named Stochastic Inspiration Generator from Omsonic and dBs Music is ready to take you on a probabilistic journey of melodic discovery and has a new expander to take it 4 tracks.
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14 Feb in SynthsDJ and electronic musician Bertolt Meyer is attempting to interface the electrodes that control his prosthetic arm with his modular synthesizer. In reality, he's now generating CV with his mind.
13 Feb in SynthsBlack Corporation has announced Deckard's Dream MK2 in a sleek new desktop format with all the sound of the original CS-80 replicant plus some genetic enhancements.
13 Feb in SynthsSoma Labs has turned their attention to the inner spaces of perception and is exploring new states of consciousness. Quantum Ocean embodies electro-shamanistic ritual as a living audio icon of chaos.
07 Feb in SynthsTangible Instruments says preorders are open on the adorable little Arpeggio box. It's cute, portable, packed full of melody and could keep you making tunes for hours.
05 Feb in SynthsRobin Whittle, the creator of the Devil Fish modification for the original TB-303 has hit back at Behringer's plans to incorporate this mod into a special edition TD-3. Update: And Uli responds.
05 Feb in SynthsIt's been 40 years since Moog last manufactured their 16 Channel Vocoder and they've decided the time is right to bring this chunk of vocal filtering magic back to life.
04 Feb in SynthsUmmet Ozcan has revealed Genesis Pro that combines many forms of synthesis and innovative ideas into what he believes to be the ultimate software synthesizer. And it's yours for a single Euro.
03 Feb in SynthsPhasenetic Labs are calling it Ampethron Portable and it's a hardware synthesizer built into touch screen interface with expandable algorithms and an Xbox controller. This looks like fun!
03 Feb in Synths3PT generates voltages in seven different modes across three channels including chords, random, quantizing, sequencer and modulation or you can grab the knob and control three things at once.
01 Feb in Music TechMusic Tribe has decided that what the community needs is a place to buy and sell gear that's completely free. So are Reverb and eBay about to become a thing of the past for musicians?