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Korg Nu:Tekt NTS-1 Digital mkII review

Korg’s self-assembly synth module gets a significant update. Greg Scarth finds out what this quirky little box can do.

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June 2024 Eurorack round-up

This month’s best new Eurorack releases include a trimmed down classic from Make Noise, signal processors from Eowave and Mystic Circuits, and an update to Befaco’s excellent MIDI Thing.

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ALM MFX Pedal review

ALM’s signature multi-effects module gets packaged in a new pedal format, suitable for guitarists or producers. Greg Scarth puts it to the test.

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Chompi Club Chompi review

Don’t be fooled by the fun approach of this quirky sampler instrument. Greg Scarth finds out why the Chompi should be taken seriously as a sound design and composition tool.

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Soma Laboratory Terra review

The latest experimental offering from Soma presents a unique way of interacting with organic sound. Greg Scarth immerses himself in the Terra philosophy.

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May 2024 Eurorack round-up

This month, we take a deep dive into why you should be excited about a new Serge module, check out a bargain from Make Noise, plus winners from ADDAC and DivKid.

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Teenage Engineering EP-133 KO II review

The first in a series of “Pocket operators gone professional”, the EP-133 is a unique sampler with a lot of creative potential. Greg Scarth checks out what looks like a real bargain.

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Future Retro Vectra review

Bringing old-school tech into the modern day, Future Retro’s take on vector synthesis is a hugely endearing weirdo. Greg Scarth finds out more.

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April 2024 Eurorack round-up

This month’s best new releases include an analogue percussion monster from Hexinverter and Erica Synths, plus three very different oscillators from Befaco, Noise Engineering and Klavis.

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1010 Music Nanobox Tangerine review

The latest in 1010’s Nanobox series is a versatile ‘streaming sampler’ groove box, with an emphasis on multi-sampling instruments. Greg Scarth puts it to the test.

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Zoom H6essential review

Zoom’s new flagship recorder offers immediate, high-quality recording options for a range of applications. Greg Scarth finds out what makes this handheld recorder extra handy.

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Sennheiser HD 490 Pro review

Sennheiser’s new flagship studio model aims to strike a balance between neutrality, engagement and comfort. Greg Scarth sits down for some critical listening.

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March 2024 Eurorack round-up

This month’s best new releases include another Buchla reissue from Tiptop Audio, ALM’s compact utility module and a unique oscillator from EarthQuaker Devices.

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Erica Synths & Richie Hawtin Bullfrog review

Titans of electronic music join forces to create a unique synth, offering high-end features and powerful sound in a beginner-friendly package.

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January 2024 Eurorack round-up

This month’s best new modules include TipTop’s latest Buchla reissue, a unique quad envelope from Eowave and serious audio seasoning from Frap Tools.

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AIAIAI TMA-2 Studio XE Preset review

AIAIAI’s affordable XE range serves up the goods again, this time tailored for producers. Greg Scarth finds out more.

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December 2023 Eurorack round-up

Our final modular round-up of the year includes a monster synth voice from Jomox, digital creativity from Xaoc and a typically slick reverb from Erica Synths.

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Akai APC64 review

The next generation of Akai’s Ableton Live controller is a major overhaul of the APC40, with a new layout, touch strip controls and a standalone sequencer. Greg Scarth finds out more.

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Roland Gaia 2 review

Drawing on Roland’s six-decade history the updated Gaia focusses on user-friendliness and vintage sounds, twisted with a few modern updates. Greg Scarth finds out more.

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Critter & Guitari 5 Moons review

A deeply quirky take on the idea of loopers and multi-track recorders, this little wooden box inspires new creative ideas. Greg Scarth finds out more.

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