Loopop checks out these cool hardware synth units from Bastl and Gecho in his latest video. It turns out they are very different - but which one did he prefer?
Check out the video for the single "Incomplete", made using only a Moog Sub 37, exclusively here at Ask.Audio.
Hear Jade's track Amethyst deconstructed and learn how she uses hardware synths to create a live feel for her productions through automation and other techniques.
After reviewing the Koma Field Kit, Scott Riesterer was keen to see how it fared against his own, custom-built rig. Here's what he discovered.
This binary conversion computer and additional bit inversion module can bring unexpected new inspiration to your Eurorack system. Here's the lowdown on Xaoc Devices Drezno & Lipsk.
A new video demo from the developers of this synth collaboration shows off 32 of the dynamic, sequenced presets you can expect to find when the unit ships later this year.
The Red Light District Analog CV/Gate Sequencer allows you to create more detailed melodic compositions that you might expect - as Jade Wii discovered.
We all know you need a computer and a DAW, but what are the less obvious things you can add that will make your producing life easier? Hollin Jones has the answers.
The Field Kit FX consists of three effects groups and three additional CV tools - all for under 250 Euro. Anatol Locker was blown away by this powerful, portable system.
Morphing between waveforms to create something new and unique could be a reality with the new WTF Oscillator module from Dove Audio. Here's what you need to know.
Those who are serious Eurorack users will find much to like in this powerful and multi-talented multimode filter / 8 phase oscillator module.
Take the hassle out of generating chords with this hardware MIDI unit that connects to your studio gear. Jade Wii explores the Isla Instruments KordBot.
Eventide's first Eurorack module is the EuroDDL, a multi talented delay unit. In his review, Loopop puts it to the test to find out exactly what it can do...
It seems like Moog Music has made it trendy to release a new synth at Moogfest every year. This year they introduced the Grandmother, a powerful semi-modular analog synth. Watch the video review here.
Want to create a buzz with your music? How about using a bunch of home made synths and 100,000 bees. Just don't call yourself Sting.