The holiday season is a time to indulge and treat others as well as yourself. One of the best ways to do this is with a new addition to your synth collection.

A while back Superlative Instruments launched a Kickstarter campaign for the SB01 (pronounced Space Bee apparently), which they described as an "analog synthesizer of the future." The goal for the

As interest in vintage synthesizers continues to grow there are more and more classic synths that are making comebacks.

It is amazing to think that thanks to digital audio workstations and plug-ins most users can have access to features that professional studios could only dream about a few years ago.

NAMM's Museum of Making Music has something brand new for synth enthusiasts with a first-of-its-kind exhibit titled, Music from the Sound Up: The Creative Tools of Synthesis.

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