38 years after it was originally introduced, the Xpander is still one of the most flexible synth designs ever created. Why?… Read More Why Is The Oberheim Xpander, A 38 Year-Old Design, Still One Of The Most Respected Synths Ever?
The Arturia MiniFreak is a new hybrid polyphonic synthesizer that features 6 voices, 2 sound engines, a 37-note slim keyboard, built-in stereo FX, and numerous creative modulation & sequencing features.… Read More Arturia MiniFreak Synthesizer In-Depth Review
Is the Machinedrum still untouchable?… Read More Vintage Gear Review Of The Elektron Machinedrum
In the ’80s, Casio ventured into pro electronic music gear, with keyboards like the CZ-1, CZ-5000 & the FZ-1 sampling keyboard.… Read More Vintage Synth Review Of The Casio CZ-5000
The OXI One is a powerful step sequencer that features four independent sequencers, LFOs, arpeggiators, configurable CVs, randomization features and more.… Read More OXI One Step Sequencer Is Powerful, Supports MIDI & CV/Gate, And Can Run On Batteries
The TR-6S Rhythm Performer is based on the company”s flagship TR-8S, but in a compact and more affordable form factor.… Read More Roland TR-6S Review After 1 Year
The Drumlogue is a hybrid analog + digital drum machine, plus it features the Korg Multi-Engine, which lets you customize its capabilities.… Read More Korg Drumlogue In-Depth Review
While the Perkons may not have as many features as some drum machines, it features chunky build quality, its own unique character, and a hands-on knobby user interface.… Read More Erica Synths Perkons HD-01 Drum Machine In Depth Review
The PWM Malevolent is a keyboard monosynth that features a pure analog signal path, Eurorack-compatible patchability and a relatively affordable price tag.… Read More PWM Malevolent Synthesizer Hands-On Review
“Nothing beats the form factor and portability of the OP-1.”… Read More Is The Teenage Engineering OP-1 Field Worth It?