35 Results for "polysynth"
05 Sep in SynthsYou're going to finally realise your dream and buy your dream polysynth, now you're standing in a showroom surrounded by magical music machines: How do you choose your first polyphonic synthesizer?
01 Jun in SynthsFury-800 is a nicely realised Poly-800 classic polysynth from 1983 with 64 voices, sequencer and chord memory. Did we mention that this is, er, completely free?
19 May in SynthsThe Oberheim OB-Xa has always managed to capture the imagination with its fat analogue sound and emotive presence and Arturia hopes to have captured its essence in their OB-Xa V virtual instrument.
28 Apr in SynthsIn response to demands for their Oberheim clone Behringer has published a photo of a Tool Made Sample of the UB-Xa and reminds us that making synths is hard.
23 Sep 2019 in SynthsCan Zeus from Argentina based GS Music be the god of all analog polysynths? Will we ever see it closer to home? And what could you do with a 12-voice multitimbral analog polyphonic synthesizer?
12 Jul 2019 in SynthsUVI has brought together two classic 1980s Akai polyphonic analogue synthesisers into the UVX670 hybrid virtual instrument that celebrates them both individually as well as in combination.
11 May 2019 in SynthsOn the last day of Superbooth 2019, MFB has unveiled the prototype of the SYNTH 8 polyphonic analog synthesizer. With 3 VCOs and 2 filters per voice, we can expect some thick and lush sounds!
08 May 2019 in SynthsBehringer release and short and sweet video of what appears to be a working UB-Xa. We only get a couple of notes so I guess they are treating us mean to keep us keen.
08 May 2019 in SynthsPolyphenom 2 ups the ante on its predecessor with 200 wavetables, harmonic randomisation, a new filter and lots and lots of luscious sounds and textures.
07 May 2019 in SynthsFantastic new synthesizer coming from Novation which mashes together the Peak and the SL MkIII controller keyboard into one marvellously polyphonic synthesizer. Novation has reached the Summit!
29 Apr 2019 in SynthsYamaha's R&D department casually asks some Yamaha insiders whether they'd like an authentic CS-80 reissue or perhaps an evolved super synth, you know, if they were to build one...