While there's nothing unusual about videogames featuring synthesizer music, a new title by Reckoner Industries takes things one step further.

Free soft synths are always welcome, especially if they offer the type of quality that can be found in FB-7999 by Full Bucket Music.

 While most of the classic synthesizers from the eighties have received some form of emulation at this point, it is interesting to see some of the more obscure ones get another chance to shine

Just when you think you don't need another tape echo plug-in, Cherry Audio releases Stardust 201.

After the release of Sampletron 2 for Windows and Mac earlier this year, IK Multimedia has now released the software for iPad as well.

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