It's hard to believe, but 2022 is already just around the corner, and The Bob Moog Foundation is ready to welcome the new year with a brand new calendar.

Roland recently announced two new additions to their lineup of Boutique synths in the form of the JX-08 and JD-08.

Dreadbox, known for the DIY synth kits such as Hades, Erebus, and Antiphone, recently announced a new addition called Dysphonia.

Sonicware is bringing a new groovebox to life with their Liven Bass & Beats wavetable bass synthesizer and rhythm machine.

Sampler fans who still remember the SP-404 by Roland received some good news recently with the announcement of the SP-404 MKII.

Recent synth reviews

Novation had a successful run of MIDI keyboards and controllers, but the Ultranova was a return to their "Nova" range of synthesizers from the nineties. This is also obvious from the design, which…
The Nord Stage 2 was released by Clavia in 2011 as the successor to the Nord Stage from 2005 and Nord Stage Ex from 2008. It improved on previous versions with more piano sample memory as well as…
Although dedicated drum machines are not unusual, the same cannot be said about bass, at least not back when 360 System released the MIDI Bass. It was released in 1986 with the purpose of providing…
The Modular A1 is a semi-modular analog synthesizer by Sonicsmith that was released in 2018. Although it is interesting as a standalone unit, the Modular A1 is perhaps more useful when combined with…
The CATSTICK is a unique bit of gear from Octave Plateau that was first released in 1981. Although it was designed to be used in conjunction with their own synthesizer, called the Cat, CATSTICK also…