We get a long-awaited pricing and shipping announcement on the PRO-800 8-voice polyphonic analogue synthesizer clone and a new video.
Still active today, Nine Inch Nails remains one of the most successful alternative acts ever. We check out what went into their early sound.
Behringer sets its sights on the Sequential Prophet VS with the Pro VS "Soul". Let's hope it sounds good because it sure is ugly.
The LFE is a hardware modulation expander for the OB-6, Prophet 5, 6, 10 and more and its just had an overhaul.
All the power of the new Rev 4 Prophet-5 and Prophet-10 in a handy and portable desktop unit for space-conscious studios.
Big update to the LFE module that brings additional LFOs and envelopes to Sequential synthesizers and more, now supports the new Prophets.
MakeProAudio is resurrecting the CreamWare virtual synthesizers with a single SHARC DSP inside a neat little box that you build yourself. Dino Park is surprisingly affordable and open-ended.
This is the last run of 100 Prophet 12s ever to be made. The Prophet 12 LE comes in icy arctic white and a maple body and is a superb hybrid synthesizer - get one while you can.
The as yet unannounced Prophet XL will have a 76 keyed piano-style keyboard and 32 voice polyphony along with other new features. The voice expansion and features will also be an update for the Prophet X.
40 years since the release of the Prophet-5 Polysynth Dave Smith Instruments returns to the name Sequential and everything is right with the world.
The 16 voice Prophet REV2 polyphonic analog synthesizer comes to the desktop in a compact and powerful form. This is going to give the Novation Peak a serious run for its money.
Syntronik is 38 classic synthesizers sampled into 17 instruments with modelled filters and authentically drifting oscillators. It's more than a slice of synthesizer heaven it's the whole damn cake.
Dave Smith decides to improve on the Prophet 08 by making the REV2 twice the synth it ever was
This looks very much like an OB-6 Desktop module hiding behind these two gentlemen posing in the Dave Smith Instruments showroom.
All the power of the keyboard version in a package small enough to carry almost anywhere. You’ll want a case for it too.