562 Results for "Analog"
12 Jul in SynthsA possible new version of the 4-voice Dreadbox Abyss was spotted on Instagram by our Gearnews.de team with 8 voices, a screen and a new layout.
08 Jul in SynthsArgentina based GS Music has opened preorders on the E7 desktop polyphonic and multitimbral analog synthesizer
06 Jul in SynthsMutuca is a beautifully made analog synthesizer from the Reco-Synth workshop of Arthur Joly in Brazil. It's a perfectly balanced little monosynth.
01 Jul in GuitarPowered by four MN3005 delay chips, the new Suhr Discovery Analog Delay is one seriously powerful analogue delay that is packed with features.
29 Jun in GuitarDeveloped in collaboration with Howard Davis, the new J Rockett Audio Clockwork Echo is essentially a modern-day Deluxe Memory Man.
25 Jun in StudioBrainworx is remaking the Rupert Neve-designed E 9098i desk with its superb modeling tech and modern add-ons not found in the hardware.
18 Jun in GuitarThe Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail Deluxe offers great-sounding BBD delays with modern-day digital control, making it a super versatile delay pedal.
01 Jun in StudioRME has announced the Fireface UCX II. The audio interface comes with significant improvements, like SteadyClock FS, more DC-coupled outputs and direct-to-USB recording.
31 May in SynthsResponding to Uli Behringer's public request for input on new synthesizers, Heinakroon created the beautiful Positron 16 concept. Will it get ever made?
27 May in GuitarCould the new ThorpyFX Pulse Doppler Phase Shifter, an updated version of the classic Lovetone Doppelganger, maybe the perfect analogue phase shifter?
24 May in SynthsArturia has given their well-regarded monster MatrixBrute synthesizer an overhaul with a new paint job, knob caps and black ionized parts. Welcome to the Noir.
14 May in SynthsFrom the makers of Liquid Foam comes the analog Gentle Wham drum synthesizer module which you can play, trigger or drone. Sounds like fun!
11 May in GuitarWalrus Audio launches a new analogue flanger called Polychrome with a format that will seem familiar to owners of the Julia and Lillian pedals.