Fans of Oberheim will know that it's been more than thirty years since the original creator, Tom Oberheim, has been without the brand.

Ableton is not the only brand that recently started educating fans and synth enthusiast more about the hobby.

Ableton, the Berlin-based company behind Ableton Live and Ableton Push, has stepped up to help educate people about synths.

Vintage synthesizer enthusiasts will know that a lot of the gear has some obscure features that you really have to dig deep into the manual to find.

There is a wealth of software synthesizers available on the market today that emulate almost all of the most popular hardware synths past and present.

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