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Synthesizers can be very imposing instruments to anyone who has never used one before. Just the amount of knobs, dials and sliders on some vintage synths are enough to scare away all but the most dedicated or persistent.
As long as you have a computer and an internet connection, you’ll be able to get your hands on any of the following soft synths absolutely free.

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Announced at SuperBooth 2017, Peak is Novation's new 8-voice polysynth packed with a surprising set of features that make it a versatile addition to any synthesizer arsenal. Peak was designed by…
Ampron Aubade is a very rare analog monophonic 3-octave flip-top style synthesizer which remains a mystery to even many collectors in the synth world... It is mentioned briefly in the A to Z guide to…
Possibly the single most hated Drum Machine/Synthesizer ever produced, the Akai Rhythm Wolf is a fully analog 4 voice drum machine, 1 voice bass synthesizer that polarizes the synth community to this…
The Akai Timbre Wolf is a four-voice, D.C.O, analog synthesizer notorious for its head-scratching voice architecture, eyebrow-raising sequencing capabilities and the jaw dropping lack of response one…
The Yamaha MX series is a new workstation that is really popular. It can provide you all of the latest synth sounds, excellent pianos, organs, electric pianos, orchestral instruments, and even retro…