We've already heard mushrooms making music, but it would seem that

The SOMA Lyra-8 is a pretty nifty drone synthesizer that can be bought pre-built or as a DIY kit for those who want to assemble their own version.

A while back we featured an article on synthesizer kits for do-it-yourself enthusiasts who like to get their hands dirty.

Learning how to play the piano and playing a synthesizer are two very different things.

Currently on Kickstarter and seeking a goal of $4,865 in funding is Synth Bird by the Swedish collaborative workspace called Rumtiden Idea Lab.

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