Noriyasu San, the legendary Japanese synth builder, was photographed playing the Behringer clone of his own Roland VP330... and he expressed his happiness.
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.
If you want to take your synthesis skills and knowledge to the next level, this handy guide from Matt Vanacoro will tell you everything you need to know about the wonderful world of synths.
Polyphonic oscillator control allows for multiple voices to be played simultaneously on this new synth from Radikal Technologies. Meet the DELTA CEP.
With a one knob per function design for true ease of use, this new hardware synth offers the chance to create any FM algorithm you like via its mod matrix. Here's the details.
This revolutionary synth is available for pre-order now and the developers are crowdunding via Indiegogo. Here's how to get one.
Do you know subtractive from wavetable synthesis? How about what makes analog different from digital? All your synth terminology questions are answered in this handy, quick guide.
Get the most out of your UNO hardware synth with 222 brand new patches, but without having to build them yourself. Here's the new collection from Ultimate Patches.
This cool little synth, just announced by Arturia, has a pressure sensitive playing surface, multiple synth engines and it's more affordable than you might expect. Here's the lowdown.
The free 2.0 software update for Waldorf's Quantum synth adds a brand new fifth synthesis engine for even greater sonic flexibility. Here's what you need to know.
The Moog Grandmother is a lot of fun to play, but if you understand how it does its magic you'll be sure to get the most out of it. Find out how in this short video.
Publisher, producer and performer - Steve H certainly knows his way around a synth. Here, he performs live on video his track Droplets Collide, using the Buchla 200e.
Jean-Michel Jarre loves the VCS3 analog synthesizer... and he has been blown away by the sound and flexibilty of the XILS 4 software version. You just need to listen to it to find out why.
Join Endorphin.es and Todd Barton as they discuss the SHUTTLE synth, music-making and more in this free MasterClass recording, available on catchup now.
Get to the heart of quickly and efficiently designing tones and timbres on your hardware synth with the techniques explained by Marc Doty in this quick video.