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Jim Aikin ponders why anyone would want an old, obsolete instrument The art and technology of synthesizer design has changed enormously over the past 50
Um, no. But just one software synth can fill your entire screen, so musicians shop for big ones – only to discover the difference between
Charlie Clouser’s signature go-to percussion library is both gnarly and sensitive. Nick Batzdorf’s review is neither. From the name and “cover” images, you’d expect Spitfire
Seriously? Are we really still having this debate in 2022?! You’ve viewing this page to see what kind of human would make such a ridiculous
The new design has a Silicone playing surface and frets, and it comes with their Equator2 softsynth This is very good news. We all feared
Oberheim Electronics, one of the most venerated names in synthesizer design, has announced its return to operation to meet the rising demand for its instruments.
It is with great sadness that Sequential today shares the news that its founder, American synthesizer pioneer Dave Smith, has died. The company and his
It was just released today (Tom Oberheim’s birthday), and it’s a beauty Okay, this is my new favorite synth (along with all my other favorite
Artistic beauty is more than skin deep. But does it even require skin? [Editor’s note: This is a complicated and controversial subject, and we welcome
Every synth is unique, but here are Mark Jenkins’ (and our) favorite general tips to make creating sounds easy and fun Early synthesists were often
Kays Al-Atrakchi calls it “One of the most exciting new products to come out in recent years.” I can use many adjectives to describe Realitone
Marty Cutler gets handsy with Cherry Audio’s amazing new flagship softsynth, a combination of two classic dream machines It cost $60,000, it was impossible to