There's still a few days left on the Blipblox After Dark Synthesizer IndieGoGo campaign, but it has already soared past its funding goal thanks to more than 200 backers.

The cheaper cost is often a big motivation for musicians to pick software synthesizers over hardware, but space can also be a big motivation to do so.

Mobile virtual synthesizers and digital audio workstations have come a long way and these days it's not unusual to see people using them when out and about.

For many synth enthusiasts, it's not enough to own a large collection of hardware and software synthesizers.

Live conferences are one of the industries left scrambling to adapt due to COVID-19 and we've seen many of the larger events either canceling or postponing.

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