They've done it! Moog have returned to full production on the Minimoog Model D after 30 years and massive popular demand.
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Get your soldering iron and enter the world of the DIY synth-head with these module kits from AI Synthesis
Eventide release their own native H910 Harmonizer plugin, but this time with a dual channel version.
Here's some interesting new technology currently seeking funding via Kickstarter: Nura headphones measure and calibrate to your personal hearing profile.
Looking for a console with a small footprint and customisable options? Then this Kickstarter campaign by Mana Modular might be the solution for you.
A little post on Facebook puts the synth world in a spin. Is the long rumoured Behringer synthesizer about to be revealed? Oh yes indeed.
New very thin Eurorack analogue modules for little fingers from 2hp who don't like to talk about it.
Big tubes, high-voltage and back-to-basic electronics with NOS components. What's not to love about the new CA-70?
WesAudio's "Next Generation" ng500 series analogue modules get a 10 slot rack, power supply and digital plug-in control in the Titan.
"Transport" is designed to evoke ideas of outer space and other worlds rather than the more usual experience of delays, cancellations and road side burger vans.
Bored with the colour of your synth? Why not pick up a bright red MiniBrute of a see-through MicroBrute to inject some hotness back into your dull grey life.
The rumours were true. Dave Smith Instruments reveals the OB-6 Desktop synth and it's every bit as good as we hoped and cheaper.
This looks very much like an OB-6 Desktop module hiding behind these two gentlemen posing in the Dave Smith Instruments showroom.
Once again Propellerhead fails to include a new synthesizer in their latest full update to Reason, and that makes me sad.
Finally Boss have announced the updated version of the old favourite the CE-2 chorus pedal. Lots of players have been asking of this one and this new version has a couple of nice updates included as well.
8raw8 are aiming for a truly authentic analog clone of the legendary Roland TR808 drum machine - is it authentic enough for you?