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Waldorf is completing its compact synth series with Streichfett, a string synth that will be introduced next week at Musikmesse 2014.
While we impatiently waited over a year for the Pulse 2, this small module named Rocket came out offering us an open sound buffet in early 2013. Fire it up!
Groovesizer announces the availability of a new firmware for its DIY digital module based on the Arduino platform.
Belgium-based Alyseum announces the release of the MS-4 Eurorack synth module and the AL-USB MIDI interface.
Elektron is pretty busy this week and along with the Analog Keys introduction, the brand offers a 10% discount off a selection of hardware.
Introduced as the MeeBlip successor, MeeBlip anode is the result of the collaboration of Peter Kirn and Berlin-based Create Digital Music.
Audio Damage completes its hardware modular series with the ADM04 Freqshift, a digital recreation of vintage frequency shifters.
Roland announces the launching of Axial website, where users of the synths of the brand will find new sounds for free.
Roland offers Mac OS X users equipped with its Integra-7 synth rack a plug-in that allows them to edit the synth parameters from their DAW.
Users of the Waldorf Rocket can now remote control their synth from their iPad via the Rocket Control app.