Developer Jan Östman has announced two new synthesizers inspired by the voice of the Roland Juno, the Jupiter-X monosynth and the smaller Ju-X.
Östman says that the DCO is a replica of the Juno-106 DCO, but the original 8253 timer is replaced with an ATmega. Continue reading
This video playlist is a 13-part mega-demo, via Rabea Massaad, of the Strymon BigSky Reverberator – a high-end reverb in an effects pedal form factor. Continue reading
Reader Bruno Fabrizio Sorba let us know about these videos, demonstrating a collection of vintage synth style patches he created for the Dave Smith Instruments Tempest analog drum machine. Continue reading
This video, via CZRider01, captures a demo of the classic R. A. Moog 907 Fixed Filter Bank. Continue reading
In this vintage tutorial video, Steve Porcaro (Toto), explains how to make bass sounds with a Moog Minimoog. Continue reading
Plankton Electronics has introduced the Earwig – a rectifying mixer for Eurorack modular synthesizers.
The core of each channel is two half wave rectifiers and one full wave rectifier. There is also gain, pre and post-rectifier bias and an inverter amp. 2 CV bias inputs are provided to modulate the signal. Each channel accepts audio and CV signals. Continue reading
Behringer recently started testing the water to gauge interest in a new line of synths.
So we asked Synthtopia readers what they’d want to see in a Behringer synthesizer, and over 2,500 people weighed in.
Now, Peter Grandl of German language synth site Amazona.de shared an interview with Behringer founder Uli Behringer, and it sounds like the company is planning an entire line of vintage-inspired analog polyphonic synths. Continue reading
The Beat707 XXL LE – a DIY, open-source Arduino-based drum sequencer – is now available.
Beat707 is a project developed by Guilherme (William) Kalfelz of Wusik.com. Here’s what he has to say about Beat707 XXL LE: Continue reading