The great thing about synthesizers is that they are not only capable of producing beautiful sounds, but many of them also feature very stylish designs. Naturally, this has inspired a lot of synth enthusiasts to show off what their synths sound like as well as how they look. There are already plenty of options available online to learn more about synthesizers or to hear what they sound like, so here are a couple of synthesizer related accounts on Instagram that are worth following.
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In the first part of our article about hardware synths based on retro console hardware, we took a look at the numerous options that are available for fans of the Nintendo Entertainment System. From Arcano MIDI NES and hapiNES L, to Chip Maestro, these synths offers a lot of nostalgic entertainment for anyone who loved the 8-bit Nintendo console. Of course, as popular as the NES was, it is not the only retro console that was able to deliver great sounds. Check out the following hardware synths to see what else has been causing a stir amongst chiptune fans.
It wasn't just eighties movies that featured synthesizers very prominently in their soundtracks, this trend was also common amongst television shows of that era. As we mentioned in one of our previous articles shows like Knight Rider, MacGyver, Airwolf, Twin Peaks, Miami Vice and many others were synonymous with synth theme tunes.