Over at Moogfest 2018 Loopop has been hard at work building a limited edition Moog Subharmonicon semi-modular synth. Here's what it sounds like when half-built!
If you happen to live or visit Lawrence, Kansas in the United States, we'd highly recommend you check out the public library where you'll find an awesome modular synthesizer... or watch these videos.
The famous Leslie speaker that gives the Hammond organ its unique sound has been much-emulated. So what can IK's latest release bring to the party? Hollin Jones finds out.
For less than €6 EUR you can dramatically improve the functionality of your Korg Volca Keys synthesizer. This software editor allows you to adjust, save and automate its controls in your DAW!
Here's a new video from the bespoke synth and instrument designers, plus a tantalizing glimpse of the specs. deFormer 3 looks like a fearsome sound mangler.
In addition to expanded MIDI and setup functionality, there's now also extended support for accessibility features on Windows - great news for visually impaired users.
It's important to understand the difference between your wider strategy and targeted tactics so your effort is directed most effectively. Here's what you need to know.
With bona fide classics being resurrected quite regularly now, here are 5 legendary 70s synths that haven't been cloned yet - but we really hope might be.
Featuring an all Moog synth setup: DFAM, Subsequent 37, Model D iOS app, this new video celebrates the increidble expressivity for the Touché MIDI, CV and USB controller.
For sound designers and mixers, stereo widening can be a useful way to add depth and an extra dimension to a sound or a mix. This Infected Mushroom and Polyverse Music plugin gives you this for FREE!
Positive Grid have graduated from making excellent guitar software to physical pedals that guitarists will love. Matt Vanacoro fired up Bias Distortion, Modulation and Delay...
Using sends and returns is a hangover from the analog days but it's still a vital tool in your mixing arsenal even if you're working digitally. Joe Albano explains why.
Using Mechatronics - a blend of electronics and mechanical engineering, artist Andrius Šarapovas created this sound and light installation, and it's quite remarkable.
MelodySauce from EvaBeat is a Max For Live (M4L) device that generates melodic phrases as MIDI. It's ideal for exploring and experimenting with different creative melodic directions in Ableton Live.
This unique tool for turning your own sounds into foley effects - and much more - is capable of some amazing things. Joe Albano put it to the test and here's what he discovered...