Synthesizers


The Cubasis 3 mobile DAW is now available on Android, meaning the platform’s selection of digital audio workstations is starting to catch up a bit with iOS. The app brings a multitude of audio recording and editing tools to the fingertips of Android and iOS users alike, including the ability to combine […]

Android’s catching up on iOS – Cubasis 3 on mobile


Arturia has announce the launch of its newest software instrument OB-Xa V, a recreation of Oberheim’s legendary OB-Xa analog synthesizer. Arturia has released OB-Xa V which they say takes the immense analog power of the fat, aggressive sounding OB-Xa from the 80s charts to the modern era. They say that, faithful to the sound […]

V Collection gets even bigger – Arturia brings you the ...






If you don’t think you are able to find what you are looking for with the music retailers, then it is perhaps time to think about building your own. DIY allows you to craft according to your specs and Electrosmith are hear to help you accomplish just that. Audio electronics […]

Daisy – a Raspberry Pi type tech only for music ...







The short video below, created by Erik Righetti & Device, animates a portion of synthesist and sound designer Richard Devine‘s speech at Sónar 2019. For those who don’t know about Richard he’s an Electronic Artist and Sound Designer specializing in Musical composition, sonic mnemonics, field recording, sound effects, and sound design specific for […]

Richard Devine at Sónar 2019 – Synthesis and Sound Design



Today we will make a roundup on cool new gear that will trigger your creativity in electronic music production. So please treat this as a micro guide to some of the more intriguing things that has been released during 2019. Starting off with this little beast. KORG VOLCA MODULAR Bob […]

Gear that will trigger your creativity




Inkonst in the south of Sweden remains the undisputed source to go to if you are a fan of experimental arts and contemporary electronic music. Based in Malmoe its international prominence has continued to grow with its yearly electronic arts festival Intonal where renowned artists play side by side with […]

Quadraphonic waves – Interview with Suzanne Ciani









Arturia has taken another interesting step when it comes to making music production gear. Well known for their software emulations of classic synthesizers, like the Minimoog, ARP 2600 and Yamaha CS-80, they some years ago started building hardware synthesizers like the Minibrute and Microbrute. Now they are at it again, […]

From V Collection and beyond – Arturia’s Pigments modulates everything


Impressive to say the least. TONTO or The Original New Timbral Orchestra synthesizer celebrates 50 years. Still seen as the world’s largest synth, even though debatable from a different perspective considering the setup. The mastermind behind this beast was an Afro-English bassist tech guy named Malcolm Cecil who lived above a […]

Celebrating 50 years of The Original New Timbral Orchestra – ...



So the Moog One has finally been launched, although it comes with a hefty price tag ($5,999/$7,999). The Moog One was announced earlier this month as a successor to the discontinued Memorymoog which the company produced from 1982-1985. Following its tradition Moog has not moved far from its design guidelines. Knobs, […]

Ryuichi Sakamoto hands on with the new Moog One polysynth


Few dares to be monotone. Few dares to avoid the rhythms, like Caterina Barbieri in association with ELEH. The elaborate audio waves that drives into infinity is there to make you listen and explore. The subtle notes on the piano re-enforces the electronic harmonics that seem endless. Caterina boldly explores […]

The psychedelic works of Caterina Barbieri and ELEH