Dreadbox has introduced the Erebus, a new semi-modular paraphonic analog synth module.
It offers what is essentially a monophonic synth architecture, but that allows for independent control of its two oscillators. This means you can play (or sequence) two different pitches, but the pitches will go through a shared VCF, VCA, etc. Continue reading
This video, via The Circuit Symphony, takes a look at four ‘totally random’ ways of using the new Roland Aira TB-3: Continue reading
SoundTower has introduced Evolver Editor, a dedicated iPad patch editor for the Dave Smith Instruments Evolver synthesizer.
Evolver Sound Editor is an editor and sound development tool, created specifically for Dave Smith Instruments Evolver synthesizer.
Evolver Sound Editor displays all Evolver Program parameters in a single graphical interface. Continue reading
This set of videos, via acidoo.com, explores a variety of acid effects. Continue reading
Bleep Labs has announced the Thingamagoop 2x, which they say will be the final run of the Thingamagoop 2 synthesizer.
It will be available to order August 21st to September 22nd. After that, no more Thingamagoop 2s will be built. Continue reading
Tim Caswell Of synth manufacturer Studio Electronics is featured on the latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast.
Host Darwin Grosse talks with Caswell about instrument design, the current Studio Electronic line, new modular versions of their filters and more!
You can listen to the Tim Caswell interview below or at the A+M+T site. Continue reading
Exclusively Analogue has introduced The Merlin – a new synth, designed in response to feedback from EA customers.
According to Exclusively Analogue, the aim of Merlin is to provide a powerful analogue synthesizer with maximum flexibility, at a competitive price (approximately £800 depending on format).
Merlin will be available either as a self powered 19? rack mount module, a self powered desktop module, or in Eurorack format able to use an existing power supply. Continue reading
Chris at Critter & Guitari let us know that their Pocket Piano MIDI has been updated with new color options and a new firmware update that makes it at least 17% cooler.
New firmware for the Pocket Piano introduces a new mode, so there are now seven modes. By our highly scientific calculations (7/6*100=117) that makes it 17% cooler.
They also all have a new hold function. You can see the new hold feature in action at C&G’s Instagram.
in addition, C&G now offer the Pocket Piano MIDI in a Green anodized enclosure. See the C&G site for details.