Not just a toy: These synth kits are surprisingly powerful yet easy to build
Zenology is a new plugin from Roland, part of Roland Cloud 2.5 – it’s pretty impressive…
You wouldn’t steal a car… you wouldn’t download a synth? But you can! And they’re free and legal
A mechanical keyboard aimed directly at retro-computing fans, with all the advantages of a gaming model?
This little 12-channel mixer includes a 4 in, 4 out USB audio interface too. It’s great value; is it any good?
Prog-metal guitar legend Devin Townsend partnered with a relatively new Chinese stompbox maker to create the ultimate ambient pedal – for synth players?!
Modal Electronics sub-£300, four-voice polyphonic desktop synth weighs just 427g. Let’s find out of the sounds are more substantial…
Groove is a single-voice multi-timbral oscillator model for Korg ‘logue-SDK synths – including the NTS-1…
Korg’s NTS-1 is just another DIY synth kit? Perhaps not – it’s like a development board for hackers, that just happens to be well-made and user-friendly for players too
The affordable, accessible synth spirit remains but Modal’s CRAFTsynth 2.0 is a total rework of the entry-level monosynth – no assembly required