Back in the early days of synthesizers it still took some convincing for people to invest in these newfangled instruments.

The prices of many vintage synthesizers have skyrocketed in recent years, putting them out of reach of all but the most dedicated collectors.

We have partnered with Novation to offer a very exciting giveaway to our readers. Enter now to stand a chance to win a Novation Circuit Mono Station.

Tablets and other mobile devices have come a long way since the early days and these days it’s not unusual to hear about professional decisions making use of them in the studio and even live.

Owning a single vintage synth might be cool, but getting access to up to 38 would give you even more options to create great music.  This is exactly what Syntronik by IK Multimedia offers.

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