The Analogue Solutions Nyborg 12 – A ‘No-Compromise’ Monosynth

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Analogue Solutions has introduced Nyborg-12 – a new ‘no-compromise’ analog monosynth.

Analogue Solutions notes:

Nyborg is a precision electronic musical instrument. No compromise has been made with the construction of Nyborg. Cheaper options in parts have not been used.

The Nyborg can be used independently, it can be mounted with optional wood end-cheeks or rack mounts, and can be combined with additional Nyborg’s to create a 2- or 4-voice synthesizer.  Continue reading

The Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2 – The Most Useful Synth Ever?

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Synthesist Chris Stack (Experimental Synth) shared with us his latest series of videos, which explore the Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2 synthesizer.

When Dave Smith introduced the Pro 2, he called it his “most powerful mono synth ever.”

Stack agrees. “The Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2 is the most useful synth I’ve ever played,” he notes. “In addition to its great internal sounds, with four assignable CV Outputs (and four inputs!), it (much like the Moog Multi-Pedal) is able to lend new functionality to your older existing gear.”

Ultimately, how powerful or useful you rate a synth is subjective – it depends on your needs, budget and tastes. Stack explains and demonstrates why he thinks so highly of the Pro 2 below – check it out and let us know what you think!
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Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2 Now Shipping

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Dave Smith Instruments has announced that it is now shipping the Pro 2 synthesizer - a monophonic synth that Dave Smith calls his “most powerful mono synth ever.”

“As synth geeks, we asked ourselves what our dream mono synth would be,” says Smith. “Then we built it.”

Here’s the official intro video for the Pro 2: Continue reading

Mopho Multitrack Synth Jam – ‘I Dreamt Of Being A Polyphonic Synth’

Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Val Solo, is a video song, featuring the Dave Smith Instruments Mopho, I dreamt of being a polyphonic synth.

Here’s what Val Solo has to say about the song: Continue reading