Cirocco Music Systems has announced the CMS 2607 6U Rack-Mount Integrated Synthesizer, which is like an ARP 2600 on steroids. Here’s what they have to say about it:
Future Retro has announced that their 512 Touch Keyboard is now available. There are five main functions of the 512. It can act as a keyboard, arpeggiator, sequencer, MIDI to CV converter, and MIDI to MIDI converter. The 512 can control both MIDI and CV/Gate synthesizers simultaneously. Pitch, Pitch Bend, Mod Wheel, Gate, Velocity, Aftertouch, and… Read More Future Retro 512 Touch Keyboard Now Available
This video, via DiscoverNoise, demos the Analog Craftsman ac2600 – a filter inspired by the one on the ARP 2600. Here’s what Analog Craftsman has to say about the ac2600:
Cluster Sound has introduced ARP Drums, a new drum sample Live Pack, based on sounds of an ARP 2600. ARP Drums is a wide Live Pack including 700 samples, Live Devices and an IR Sample/Convolution Device reproducing the 2600 built-in Spring Reverb.
ARP 2600 clone The TTSH was uploaded by: MrFirechild
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TheWarp is a modern reinterpretation of the legendary ARP 2600 semimodular synthesizer, produced by ARP Intruments from 1970 to 1981. TheWarp is based on the original schematics and is built with analogue components in traditional THT mounting and soldering process. According to the developers, the functions and technical specs are identical to those of the original instrument.… Read More ARP 2600 Reborn As TheWarp Semi-modular Synthesizer
Sunday Synth Jam: In the 1970’s, Marie Osmond was a little bit country, and Donny Osmond was a little bit rock and roll.
This video, via reader Martin Widmann, documents his build of the ARP 2600 clone, the Two Thousand Six Hundred (TTSH) synthesizer.