There have been several synth-related projects on Kickstarter recently and all of them were successfully backed very quickly. These include projects by Muro Box Global, SONICWARE, and Lambda Synthetics. Muro Box-N40 By Muro Box Global
Zeppelin Design Labs, the company that specializes in offering customers the gratifying experience of building their own gear, has released the Noisette Optical Theremin.
Synthesizer hardware is not cheap, but a few lucky people might be able to get their hands on some new goodies thanks to a few giveaways and raffles that are currently active.
Synthesizer enthusiasts looking for something new and innovative to back on Kickstarter should check out WoFi by Kiviak Instruments, based in the South of France and Germany. WoFi, which stands for “wifi + lofi” is a modern take on classic keyboard samplers from the 80s and 90s.
The year is almost over but the barrage of new software synths is showing no signs of slowing down. Check out this quick roundup of some of the highlights synth fans can get their hands on right now. Lines By AudioThing
Humble Bundle, best known for selling bundles containing games has announced a brand new software bundle called “LEVEL UP Remix.” The bundle is available in three tiers and provides users with an instant, complete production suite. 
With the holiday season around the corner, the number of new hardware and software synths is sure to increase. From new releases that are now available at a discounted price to upcoming releases available for pre-order here’s what’s new from Soundiron, ISLA Instruments, and Behringer.
Amidst all the bad news of layoffs at companies such as Moog and others, like Modal Electronics becoming insolvent, there is some good news for synth enthusiasts.
Making music doesn’t always have to be expensive and for those without hardware synthesizers, the following recently released softsynths and plug-ins can be really useful. Filterscape  By u-he Website:
There’s no denying the convenience and usefulness of software synths, but for many nothing will ever compare to the tactile feel of hardware ones. Fortunately, the release of hardware synths shows no signs of slowing down and there have been numerous announcements about upcoming releases.
Synthesizer fans have plenty to look forward to with new pre-orders announced by Erica Synths as well as X Audio Systems. Cherry Audio has also released a brand new virtual instrument while the Ultimate Artists Synthesizer Secrets book is now available in digital format.
August has been an eventful month for synth enthusiasts with a host of new firmware updates, software releases, and hardware projects getting announced or released. Here’s a round-up of the most notable ones in each category. 
Moog has announced the availability of Moogerfooger Effects for iOS, which brings all the legendary tones, musicality, and interconnectivity of the original hardware effects to a digital music production environment.
Noise Engineering has announced in a recent blog post that they will bid farewell to four of their popular Eurorack modules. The modules in question are Basimulus Iteritas Altar, Manis Iteritas, Cursus Iteritas, and Ataraxic Iteritas.
Plenty of new hardware as well as software has been announced for synthesizer enthusiasts, so here’s a roundup of the most notable releases.  Hardware RADAR & PRO VS MINI By Behringer