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The new Zen Delay is the first music hardware FX unit ever produced by an electronic label. It offers the best of analog and digital with stereo dub delay. It's at home in the studio or in a live rig.
The much anticipated AudioFuse 8Pre, Arturia's dual-mode 8 channel audio interface / expander, is now available worldwide. Here's everything you need to know about this powerfulness interface.
Sporting an arpeggiator, 16 RGB pads, fixed chord mode, 25 keys and a new Capture MIDI feature and transport controls, the new Launchkey Mini MK3 from Novation punches above its size and price tag.
Moog have reincarnated the Model 10, their compact modular analog synthesizer from 1971 with all the features and parts of the original.
Comprising 3 days of talks, performances and workshops for music makers, educators and technologists, Ableton Loop 2020 tickets are now available. And it's running during Superbooth in Berlin too!
The Behringer Deepmind features heavily on the new Kanye album, Jesus Is King, in preference to his Roland Juno according to Mike Dean.
DigiStix Drummer runs as an AUv3 plugin within the DAW of your choice on iPad and comes complete with serious beat making features.
Korg have quietly released major updates for the Prologue, KROSS2 and Volca synths. Here's what's new.
The K-2 is an analog and semi-modular synthesizer with Dual VCOs, ring modulator, external signal processor, 16-voice polychain, in eurorack format. Now we can properly listen to what it's capable of.
Icelandic music tech company Genki Instruments ships Wave, it's debut product. Wave is the ring that lets you control sound with motion.
Although priced higher than the recent powerful Modal Argon8 wave morphing synth, the new Hydrasynth from Ashun Sound Machines is also worth a look.
We were hoping for one synthesizer announcement on #909 day... instead, we got two thanks to the good folks at Behringer. Both Crave and Pro-1 are in full production. Here's the pics to prove it.
Here's a spoiler alert if ever there was one. Thanks to the collaboration between Behringer and GliGli we can expect to say hello to reimagined analog synths from the 70s.
This is a synthesizer we have been very excited about for a number of weeks. Modal's Argon8 brings the wavetable goodness of the $5,000 008 to a smaller device at a much more affordable price.
Alongside the new grooveboxes, Boutique synths and Fantom range, Roland has announced the new Jupiter-X and Jupiter-Xm synthesizers. Here's what we know so far...
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