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NI 25th Anniversary

Native Instruments 25th Anniversary Collection

The German music production lords at Native Instruments have dropped a suite of limited-edition models of their iconic product line to celebrate their 25th anniversary. 2021 marks a full quarter-century since Native Instruments debuted with Generator 1.0, and they’re celebrating with a very special anniversary drop. This strictly limited collection reimagines six

Arturia Release SQ-80V – Emulation of Classic Ensoniq Hybrid Synth

Arturia have released SQ-80 V, an emulation of the classic Ensoniq SQ-80 hybrid synthesizer from the late 1980s.     The SQ-80 was Ensoniq’s follow up to the ESQ-1, both of which combine digital oscillators with an analog filter section. It builds on its predecessor’s capabilities with a greatly expanded selection of onboard waveforms ranging from the typical analog style waves, to

New KORG Collection 3

New KORG Collection 3 Adds miniKORG 700S, Prophecy and Triton Extreme

Korg’s software recreations of their own classic synthesizers such as MS-20, PolySix and Wavestation date back to 2004 with the release of the ‘KORG Legacy Collection’. Amongst the first virtual instruments to offer truly authentic hardware emulation (both analog and digital), they’re arguably as pioneering as the instruments they set out to recreate, putting KORG’s legendary back catalog of instruments into the hands of

Arturia Announce FX Collection Version 2

Arturia Announce FX Collection Version 2

Arturia’s product catalog stretches far and wide these days. From their ‘V-Collection‘ virtual instrument suite, to their  ‘Brute‘ range of analog synths, to their  ‘Step’ range of sequencer/controllers, Arturia manage to maintain an impressively high standard of quality and innovation in every category. For the

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