Behringer shares a workshop photo and a bit of story behind the development of its CS-80 clone. The bottom line? It's all going to take some time.
Through the magic of 3D printing Behringer has put together the first hardware prototype of their forthcoming Solina String Ensemble and posted some photos.
We saw the Electrosmith Daisy at NAMM and now it's ready for some Kickstarter action. Daisy is an embedded platform for music that can be an effects pedal, a Eurorack module or a synth.
Electrosmith's Daisy is a development platform for audio applications. It's like an Arduino but designed for audio use. You can run it on a breadboard or in their Euro, pedal and synth test platforms.
An unexplained and unsourced 3D render of what could be a sampler based on the Emu SP-1200. The SP-2400 image doesn't come with many facts but all eyes turn to Behringer for an explanation.
Waldorf have picked up the Exodus Valkyrie, the only interesting thing at Musikmesse this year, and turned it into a potentially awesome virtual analog hardware synthesizer called Kyra.
The Multi Engine architecture of the Korg Prologue lets you code and design your own customised digital oscillators and effects to run alongside the VCOs. The SDK is now available for download.
With a couple of cool synthesizers under his belt Uli Behringer turns his attention to Eurorack modules. Do we want Behringer modules for $49-$99? If you've got some ideas Uli would love to hear them.
While Uli Behringer asks whether you'd like your OB-Xa clone with or without a keyboard, I wonder how long it will be until we can design our own synth in their online store?
Native Instruments receive a €50 Million investment and plan to empower, diversify and develop intuitive and powerful products. Or they could buy a small island somewhere and start an evil empire.
Building your own instruments and effects requires a degree in computing, right? Well, perhaps not.
Music app development on Android has been piecemeal for several reasons. But all that may be about to change.