The Double Jupiter is an unusual 8-voice polyphonic touch synthesizer. While it looks like a cross between a set of bongos and a tongue drum, it’s a touch-controlled digital synthesizer, with a built-in sequencer.
The unique synth is designed to be controlled using any electric or acoustic instrument via a microphone. … Read More Sonicsmith Intros Squaver P1 Audio-Controlled Analog Synthesizer Pedal
myVolts has introduced a 5-way power splitter cable for Roland Boutique synthesizers and other gear.… Read More Power Up To Five Roland Boutique Synthesizers From One Outlet
This video shares 10 facts and tips for the Waldorf Blofeld synthesizer.… Read More 10 Waldorf Blofeld Tips
The Hyve Touch Synthesizer – a unique 60-voice analog synth design – is now available via a Kickstarter project.… Read More Hyve Touch Synth Now Available Via Kickstarter Project
In this video, synthesist Eric Beam compares a modern Oberheim SEM Pro to a vintage (1978) Oberheim SEM.
The MeeBlip Web editor lets you create patches with just a computer, a MIDI interface and a compatible Web browser.… Read More MeeBlip Gets Web-Based Patch Editor
Behringer’s plans for synth world domination keep growing. The company recently announced plans for a complete line os synths, starting at $49 and a $400 Minimoog clone. Now founder Uli Behringer says that he’s interested in cloning the classic ARP 2600 and Oxford Synthesizer Company OSCar synthesizers. On a forum post at Gearslutz, he says:… Read More Behringer Wants To Make Budget ARP 2600, OSCar Clones