Hardware Instruments

Review: Ashun Sound Machines Hydrasynth

Thanks to the world’s resurgent hunger for hardware, there’s no shortage of amazing synths on the market. But this one, courtesy of new company Ashun Sound Machines, is unlike any other.

Review: Studio Electronics Midimini V30

As Studio Electronics celebrates the 30th anniversary of its monster monosynth with a new reissue, we see how the V30 racks up against its predecessor, as well as Moog’s Minimoog and Voyager.

Review: Korg Wavestate

Korg caught the crest of a huge wave when it announced the revival of a classic synth at NAMM. But can it ride it to success? We assess the state of play.

Review: Qu-Bit Bloom

Imagine a Eurorack sequencer where your programmed patterns develop and evolve – all on their own. Qu-Bit hopes you’ll agree that it’s a bloomin’ marvellous concept.

Review: Waldorf Kyra

With all this talk of analogue synths, it’s easy to forget that virtual analogue has loads to offer, way beyond basic waveform stylings. Waldorf debut a highly impressive contender for the VA crown.
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