At the peak of the synthesizer craze, it was almost impossible to find a movie that didn’t use one for the soundtrack.

Sponsored Post:  Since its launch in 1993, Bass Station by Novation became an instant with creators of dance and electronic music.

Musicians on a tight budget should all be very familiar with the software by small Swiss company, Togu Audio Line or TAL Software as they are more commonly known.

Sponsored Post:  With samples from more than 40 hardware synths, along with 80 drum machines, the original Vintage Vault by UVI was pretty hard to beat in terms of value for money.

Anyone familiar with Bert Schiettecatte will know that he is the driving force behind the music technology company, Percussa.

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