USB host mode, alphanumeric keyboard, recording audio and MIDI and live audio looping are just some of the new features in the latest firmware, free to existing users.
This groovebox and drum machine is the most affordable hardware Elektron has ever made. But what can it do? Dave Mech shows you in this video review...
This portable, battery powered synth punches well above its weight when it comes to sonics and flexibility, as Matt Vanacoro found out.
Take control of your DSI Evolver synth with this handy overlay, and get a discount when you use the Ask.Audio code at checkout.
The new Matriarch Synthesizer is now shipping from the Moog Factory. See and hear it in action, and learn how to get your hands on one.
With a digital brain and analog filter as well as capacitive keyboard, Arturia's MicroFreak promises a new approach to synthesis and performance. Rishabh Rajan put it to the test.
Roland's TR-909 redefined what was possible for producers and made an impact on electronic music that can still be felt today. Suddi Raval reflects on its rich history.
Swedish influencer will join Ask.Audio, Moog, Arturia, Roland and many more leading music tech exhibitors at this expo in Turin on the 2-3 November 2019.
Synthesis doesn't have to be complex, as DivKid Ben demonstrates with his modular system built especially for kids. Check it out in this short video.
Working in standalone mode but also compatible with your other Eurorack gear, this clever and compact synth looks like one to watch out for.
If you're after a more analog sound for your productions there are some specific types of gear you will want to look at. Joe Albano gives you the inside track...
With 6 Selectable Synthesis / Operation Modes and a surprisingly accessible price, this hardware synth could be just the thing for experimentalists and producers alike.
Learn all about the history of the 808 on 808 day courtesy of Roland, plus discover the new, limited edition V-MODA M-100 Master 808 headphones.
Roland's TR-808 is a stone cold classic in the history - and the present - of music technology. But its story has a few more twists and turns than you might have guessed...
No soldering is required with this new version of Zynthian's Open Synth - just put it together and you can be making music and designing sounds in no time.