It's 909 day! 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.
Who said interesting objects should sit silently on shelves? Playtronica announces their newest device Orbita: a playful music device that lets you access creativity through sound and colors.
We take a look at the rather nifty Asimov, 2-tier laptop and synthesizer stand from CremaCaffe. How interesting and helpful can a stand really be? We find out.
If you've been considering purchasing the impressive Deluge from Synthstrom Audible, get your order in before 1st February 2021 to avoid the price increase.
Overbridge 2 lets you integrate your Elektron hardware with a computer for maximum creative flexibility. Discover this free standalone app & plugin in this course by Elektron specialist Thavius Beck.
In a word of endless software choice, hardware instruments and effects can offer something unique in terms of sonic character. Here are 5 pro tips for the best ways to use them.
With 300-voice polyphony and an expected price of 800-1200 Eur, this new hardware synth from Kodamo looks and sounds the business.
The first Vostok2020 batch is in production and available to order for purchase - here's what it sounds like and how to get your hands on one.
With 3 oscillators, 3 filters and 3 LFOs with digital effects plus a 16-track sequencer, Sequential's Pro 3 looks like an absolute monster. Here's what we know about it.
With 48 voice polyphony, innovative performance features and hands-on controls, the Nord Wave 2 offers outstanding sonic possibilities with advanced layering and tweaking on the fly.
Korg upgrades its classic stage piano with more sounds, more polyphony and more of almost everything. Here's what they've added.
The $99 All-in-one Synth, Controller, Looper and MIDI Controller Launches November 25 on Kickstarter
The sale starts on 20th of December and will go on until the end of the year - 31st of December 2019. Grab these discounts while you can.
Create percussive polyrhythmic sequences or explore endless melodic variations with this new hardware sequencer.
The former chief engineer at Korg, responsible for some of its most successful and innovative recent hardware instruments, has returned to head up a new Berlin-based division with some fresh ideas.