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Finally: A guitar pedal you’re supposed to spill beer on
The Rainger FX Minibar analyzes liquid to determine your tone.
Behringer’s synth clone train keeps rolling with modular System 100
This Eurorack version of Roland's legendary System 100m could make modular much more affordable.
MicroFreak update adds new oscillator and modes for simplified noise-making
Arturia adds a noise source and player-friendly features in first major Microfreak update.
The Moog Subsequent 25 offers classic synth bass with modern amenities
The successor to the popular Sub Phatty is smaller, but also louder and grittier.
Akai's MPC One is a (reasonably) affordable music production machine
The latest in this legendary sampler line focuses on the essentials.
Roland's Zen-Core engine lets instruments share synth sounds
Now its synths, workstations and grooveboxes will all use a common sound engine.
KeyStep Pro aims to be the MIDI command center of your home studio
Arturia combines the best of the KeyStep and BeatStep Pro in a powerful controller and sequencer.
Korg unveils a full-sized, assembly-free MS-20
It's one-for-one remake of the original plus a few modern amenities and cool new colors.
ZOIA Euroburo is a modular synth you can put inside your modular synth
Empress Effects now has a version of its do-it-all guitar pedal for synth lovers.