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Superbooth 22 Round-up and Why You Need More Synths and Modules

Superbooth 22 just happened over the weekend in Fez-Berlin, Germany. Anybody who keeps an eye out on the latest synth offerings, especially those from smaller boutique modular synth manufacturers, will know that Superbooth is where all our electronic dreams come true. This is where we

New Oberheim OB-X8: Their First New Synth in 35 Years

It’s not every day we see a new synth bearing the classic Oberheim branding. In fact, it’s been several decades. The new OB-X8 is an all analog 8-voice polyphonic monster that combines the tone of three classic 1980s Oberheim synths into something completely new. Back

Pocket Sized Fun with New Roland AIRA Compact Lineup

Roland have just announced AIRA Compact, an all-new series of ultra-portable instruments with free-flowing features for creative exploration and with that authentic Roland sound. Fun, affordable, and easy to learn, the T-8 Beat Machine, J-6 Chord Synthesizer, and E-4 Voice Tweaker bring serious musical power

Arturia Adds New Software Synths to Latest V-Collection 9 Line-Up

The synth lords at Arturia have today released V-Collection 9, marking the latest edition of their absolutely delicious collection of synth emulations, fan-boy much? Arturia have included 4 new instruments, as well as introducing their original Augmented Series instruments, plus a ton of new presets and performance

Roland Release Juno-X: Modern Tech, Vintage Complexion

It looks a lot like the legendary Juno-106 but it has been reimagined with the power of Roland’s ZEN-Core Synthesis System. JUNO-X elevates Roland’s legendary synthesizer series into a new era, fusing authentic vintage spirit with modern creative power. Compose and perform with the next-generation JUNO-X

Ableton Adds New Features to Learning Synths

Ableton has released an update to Learning Synths, a free website that teaches the fundamentals of synthesis in an interactive way. This latest version includes some features that will allow users to continue working on their music in Live, make recordings of their tracks, and

Korg Opsix Hardware vs Native Software: Which Should You Choose?

As we recently reported, KORG have released two new software instruments; opsix native and wavestate native, based on their own opsix and wavestate hardware synths respectively. At the end of the day, these software instruments are sonically and functionally identical to their hardware counterparts, although

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