SYNTHI-JS puts a classic UK synth in your browser, for free

Pink Floyd, the BBC (Hitchhikers’ Guide and Doctor Who), and Tangerine Dream all used the original. Now the Synthi A gets a free homage in your Web browser.

The Viktor NV-1 is a powerful synth running in your browser

Its name is Viktor, and it’s a synth you can play with for free in a browser – with a mouse, or finger, or keyboard, or even MIDI.

Peter Kirn - August 1, 2017

Ableton built a free browser playground to teach how music works

I think there’s a common myth that music production tools somehow take away from the need to understand music theory. I’d say exactly the opposite: they’re more demanding. Every musician is now in the position of composer. You have an opportunity to arrange new sounds in new ways without any clear frame from the past. […]

Peter Kirn - May 9, 2017

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