Twelve months have rolled by since Berlin’s übertrendy synthfest Superbooth18 closed its doors. But that’s OK, ‘cos the 2019 edition is finally upon us! Running from 9-11 May 2019, Superbooth with be the launchpad for a raft of new releases from well-known names as well as a bunch of new curiosities no one even knew they needed. Eurorack modules, classic synth clones, desktops, bizarre sound mangling devices – we’re covering all the action from Superbooth 2019. Spotted a piece of interesting news we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments below!
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22 May in SynthsA year late but the OSC1 Cyclical Engine is ready for preorders and brings a twisted modulated take on the humble oscillator while we get a glimpse of the triple Curtis 3340 based Recombinator Engine
20 May in SynthsSounds Machines are taking their touch Lightstrip technology to a new level with the EuroTouch format. One format, 14 modules all with 4 channels of touch built in.
13 May in SynthsPolygogo derives its waveforms from the 2D movement of polygonal shapes over time. These are ordered and modulated and rolled into all sorts of beautifully complex waveshapes.
13 May in SynthsA growly dual channel triode distortion Eurorack module from Sonocurrent. The M T2D features a pair of Korg's NuTube tubes a very cool Tilt filter and a pleasingly fat and distorted sound.
09 May in SynthsThis is Not Rocket Science has opened preorders on their Fenix IV proprietary format complete and all-encompassing modular synthesizer thing. Fenix IV The Fenix was originally designed for an artist who ...
09 May in Music TechCheck out the thick animated sound of this unfinished prototype Super 6 polyphonic synthesizer. It offers a full stereo signal path per voice with all sorts of phasing and detuning.
09 May in SynthsTwo new Eurorack modules from Future Sound Systems and Mute Record's Daniel Miller. The Makrow patch macro controller and Stumm click-less audio mute.