Surprise – the best product news from KORG this year might not be a synth. Their new mixer looks like the one we’ve been waiting for.
It’s badly upstaged by the ARP 2600, but for those who want it, KORG are again making full-sized MS-20 synths. That caps a long string of MS-20s from KORG.
Behringer continues to look to vintage Roland gear to make new products. The teaser for the next product looks like a TR-606.
KORG are adding to their inexpensive, easy put-them-together kits with a headphone amp and valve overdrive. Totally tubular.
As expected, we’re getting a limited-run, faithful recreation of the ARP 2600, one of the best-known semi-modular instruments of all time.
Here’s another great Bandcamp phenomenon – digital reissues. And for a Detroit techno throwback, where better to start than this DJ T-1000/Generator remaster – and two big back catalogs, while we’re at it?
The GO:LIVECAST promises to transform your smartphone from a craptacular lo-fi hassle into an all-in-one multitasking studio.
Roland has a new high-end keyboard with weighted action and lots of extras. The real news, though: this is the first MIDI 2.0 instrument from Roland.
Don’t call it a comeback. KORG R&D is reimagining one of their more unique ideas from the 90s – but the result promises to be very 2020.
KORG’s ‘logue instruments let you run custom downloaded tools – now including recent additions like this excellent free delay.