Modular synthesizer maker, Make Noise has released a free album called Strega Musica, featuring several well-known names.

Noise Engineering has recently announced that they will be releasing two new modules for their Legio and Versio platforms.

Sad news for fans of William Mathewson Devices, or WMD as they are more commonly known, as they have announced their plans to shut down at the end of 2022.

The Bob Moog Foundation has recently announced that with the start of August, they are also kicking off their annual summer synth raffle.

Oberheim has announced that shipping has begun for their eight-voice polyphonic analog synth, the OB-X8.

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