If you are a musician who would like to turn your tracks into a performance without all the hassles of dealing with a bandmate, then Accusonus claims to have the answer to your prayers.

A while back we reported on both Moog and Korg releasing some of their products for free to help synth fans stay entertained while self-isolating.

The great thing about synthesizers is that many of them offer you the opportunity to create your own unique patches.

With so many events and expos being canceled and a lot of people forced to self-quarantine due to the coronavirus, it would be an understatement to say that morale is a bit low at the moment.

Earlier in March the organizers of Superbooth 2020 in Berlin released a statement that the show would continue and not be canceled in the wake of cancellations from other trade shows.

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