It’s the Sequential polysynth for the rest of us – the same resonant analog filter as on the Prophet-5 Rev 4, plus a premium keybed and features, but a compact size and US$1299 price.
Amidst all the interest in vintage synths, it’s not often you get your hands on a 1974 MiniKorg-700. Francis Preve, who worked on design for the new KORG plug-in, is our guide to making sounds for its unique architecture.
This summer, across four continents and eight time zones, artists have gone beyond just playing in virtual reality. They’ve been making their own new instruments and worlds there.
None of us is safe from the climate – leaving popular developer Brainworx in the unexpected path of flooding. Ending today, though, you can grab their excellent plug-ins at steep discount, with proceeds helping this developer rebuild.
Virtual clubbing, you say? It’s tough to top Psygnosis’ Wipeout series and its legacy, starting with composer Tim Wright aka CoLD SToRAGE. So let’s queue up a mix.
Arturia’s FX Collection 2 is insanely addictive; here’s John Selway to show us some of the tricks for using this on your techno drums (and a few more tips, too).
It’s a master class for creators from the creator himself – Robert Henke has done a two-part, must-watch series for Synthtopia on the new Ableton Live 11 PitchLoop89 Device.
OSM tapes in Thessaloniki, Greece shares new sonic contortions from the “twisted live electronics” of Ex.Hale. It arrives just as help is urgently needed to assist Greece in the aftermath of devastating fires.
Reason is back to its roots, slicing up audio samples and letting you chop them up into instruments – but in a way that stacks up to the workflows of rival DAWs, production tools, and drum machines.
Good news for artists from NVIDIA this week – think more efficient photorealistic renders in realtime, and more Omniverse support, including for the free and open source Blender.