There are a few reports on forums across the net that Midas accidentally leaked these photos on their website, but have since removed them. A new X32 perhaps?
Fancy a $10,000 modular synth stuffed into your iPad?
Has Harrison's dream of fully emulating one of their beloved hardware consoles finally come to pass?
A Step Sequencer that can improvise and generate randomness around your notes - now that's jazz.
Why settle for a crappy preset kick drum when you can create your own crappy preset in this dedicated, bottom building plugin.
Emulating the guts of the Hammond B3 vibrato system and turning it into a plugin for organs that don't have one - if you can find any.
Ahead of the official release tomorrow, we bring you news of Zoom's two new compact mobile audio interfaces.
Get lost into Serialism with a four-headed sequencer on your iPad
Will it fill the FM hole in your life? You'll have to wait until May to find out.
Channel Keith Emerson and start stroking some wobbly sounds...
This little box could help you connect your MIDI keyboard to your computer via Bluetooth - if it gets funded
Here it is: A hardware head to go with the software. Hopefully it will be easy to use and sound like a real amp.
Need some chords in a hurry that you have no idea how to play? Maybe the KordBot can help - if it can raise the necessary funds on Kickstarter, that is...
The futuristic glove makes a welcome return as a wearable MIDI controller
The mysterious Touché expressive controller is revealed and this time we've got a video!
The classic MIDISport MIDI interface tries to stay hip and current by sporting a new USB hub.