In his latest loopop video, host Ziv Eliraz takes an in-depth look at the SoundForce SFC-60 – a dedicated hardware MIDI controller for TAL-U-NO-LX, a software emulation of the classic Roland Juno-60 synthesizer.… Read More Does A Dedicated MIDI Controller For A Software Synth Make Sense?
Matt Johnson calls the Jupiter-8 ‘the Holy Grail of synths’. But is it the greatest polysynth ever made?… Read More Is The Roland Jupiter 8 The Greatest Polysynth Ever Made?
Modular Synthesis On The Moon is a tool for learning synthesis, a reference book and a gorgeous general introduction to Eurorack modular systems.… Read More New Book, Modular Sound Synthesis On the Moon, Offers A Comprehensive Introduction To Eurorack Modular Synthesizers
At the core of DrumSynth is a multi-synth sound generator that features FM synthesis, analog modeling synthesis and physical modeling synthesis algorithms to power 8 individual sound engines; Kick, Snare, Clap, Hi-Hat, Tom, Percussion, Crash and Ride.… Read More Akai Pro Drumsynth – Better Than The Rhythm Wolf?
In his latest Sonic Lab review, host Nick Batt takes a look a the new Modal Cobalt8, a new eight-voice virtual analog synthesizer that they say ‘reinvents the aesthetics of analogue sounds’.… Read More Modal Cobalt8 Review
“It’s not a synth made for the cost conscious, but I also don’t feel that it is overpriced,” notes Batt. “There’s a lot to it.”… Read More Arturia PolyBrute Review – ‘What A Synth!’
In this video, synthlegends takes an in-depth look at the new U.D.O. Super 6 Binaural Synthesizer.
While Roland positioned the MC-303 to capitalize on the use of devices like the 303 & 606 in dance music, Canova goes in a completely different direction, coaxing ambient sounds and minimalism out of the instrument.… Read More Ambient Music On An MC-303, Alessandro Canova’s ‘Counting the Eyes’