For US resident only this special, limited-time offer from Waldorf gives you a free NW1 rack module when you purchase a Waldorf KB37 keyboard for eurorack synth systems. More info below.
What could be better than buying the very capable Korg minilogue analog synthesizer? How about getting a free, customised gig bag for the minilogue also.
At long last the eagerly awaited OP-Z, audio and visual synth and sequencer, the follow-up to the much loved and critically acclaimed OP-1, is now available to pre-order, shipping in October 2018.
Blipblox is a cool new synth that's aimed at kids but has way more depth to it than you might imagine. So much so that parents might find themselves getting in on the act too...
Taking cues from the hardware System-8, the soft synth version available only via Roland Cloud, just got a shot in the arm with two new FM oscillators and five new filter variations.
The MODX synth line takes over from the Yamaha MODX and incorporates flagship technology into a lightweight, affordable line of synthesizers.
The JUNO-DS76 is a lightweight 76-note performance synth from Roland with great sounds and intuitive operation designed for bands looking to expand their musical range.
Is the music world ready for a new type of keytar? Roland think so and have unveiled the AX Edge keytar to prove it. A powerful performance synthesizer you can wear on stage. Bring it on.
With over 700 sounds the new Korg EK-50 is a sub $400 synth keyboard designed for beginners that might also appeal to the touring musician too.
Imagine an 808-inspired drum machine that fits in your Eurorack synthesizer. That's the System80 880, and it's now available to pre-order... but it's not cheap.
If there is such a thing as a legendary virtual synth plugin, then Massive, first released in 2007, is it. Now with Massive X Native Instruments hope to inspire the next generation of music makers.
This Free Update for the power synth that is Omnisphere 2.5 features hardware synth integration, new sound library and expanded synthesis modes. Lots of good things for everyone.
Say goodbye to the Moogerfooger.... after 20 years Moog are hanging up its proverbial boots. But what's coming next from the Asheville synth and effect making company?
Loopop, friend of AskAudio, has done it again. This time he's snagged an advance unit of the keenly awaied Polyend and Dreadbox synth and sequencer, Medusa. Here's the video review.
Enter the Bob Moog Foundation raffle and you have the chance to win one of three vintage analog synthesizers from the Moog back catalogue: Memorymoog, Moog Source and the Moog Rogue.