Patch it, don't patch it: the 0-Coast is the tabletop monophonic synthesizer that will fit into any setup, MIDI or modular.
26 Jul 2016 in
Crappy old 1980's Mini Synthesizer is reborn on the iPad with the crappiness perfectly emulated - more curiosity than classic but certainly different.
25 Jul 2016 in
When JoMoX discontinued the XBASE range we lost two of the most authentic 808 and 909 drum machines. This leaked image of the Alpha Base just might be the replacement.
Teaser number 4 reveals the unexpected polyphony count and a more ambient, pad feel. Come Behringer, stop it now, let's have it!
Another synthesizer being teased this time from Pittsburgh Modular in a ridiculously angled tweeted photo
We've stumbled across this new website containing very little information as a tease. 3D Mic Modelling? Something new is coming to pro audio.
This new 512v builds on the well-renowned 512c and adds output control for modern workflows, allowing more API-style saturation.
Are you on the look-out for an analogue mixer that fits your requirements? Why not configure one to your own specification with 'Arthur' by Schertler?
They've done it! Moog have returned to full production on the Minimoog Model D after 30 years and massive popular demand.
17 Jul 2016 in
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?