Quasar Beach Fairlight CMI Clone

via Quasar Beach

“A downloadable tool for Windows, macOS, and Linux

This is a complete recreation of the Fairlight CMI IIx.

This has all the features of the original Fairlight CMI including 16 stereo voices, full voice editing and realtime control, harmonic additive synthesis, full Page R sequencer and much more.

Full file support for Fairlight Series I, II, IIx, III samples, plus a host of

Vintage Welson Disco Keyboard Synthesizer

via this auction

Never seen one of these before. I believe this is the first one to be featured on the site.

You can find additional posts featuring Welson products here.

NAMM 2020: Doepfer Made a Joystick Controller With A New Axis!!

Published on Jan 17, 2020 sonicstate

Try taking that on a flight…

“With the proliferation of the Eurorack format, Doepfer sometimes get pushed to the side however if you can look past the utilitarian front panels then you’ll see that Dieter Doepfer is continually making really useful, interesting and feature packed modules.

The Doepfer A-174-4 is a joy stick controller that gives you a ton

NAMM 2020: Rhythmo BeatBox Drum Machine

Published on Jan 17, 2020 sonicstate

“If you’re looking for an affordable MIDI controller to make beats on and you’d like to do a little DIY in the process then the Rhythmo BeatBox could be exactly what you’re looking for.

The Rhythmo is an all-in-one DIY MIDI controller drum machine kit and mobile studio that will eventually have an associated App for making beats.”

Premiered Jul 19, 2019

BLM 10 Stage Steiner VCF

via this auction

Model: BLM 10 Stage Steiner VCF
Analog Filter
Width: 10hp
Current: +16mA,-15mA

What does this do?
This product is an analog filter that processes -5v/+5v synth level audio signals. This particular product is using a 10 stage diode ladder circuit influenced from a classic steiner filter.

-Ping circuit, for easy percussion sounds
-level controls for Low Pass, Band

NAMM 2020 Viscount Legend ’70s Stage Piano w/ Swappable Front Panels

Published on Jan 16, 2020 Kraft Music

Don’t miss the demo of the modular front panel.  This is interesting.  New modules may come in time. I really love the idea of this – a customizable hardware synth not restricted by panel layout. Sleeper hit from NAMM? Imagine if Roland did this for all of their vintage synth models. Imagine a Jupiter-X or Xm with swappable hardware controls. No more

Spitfire Audio Albion NEO – The Next Chapter

Uploaded on Jan 16, 2020 Spitfire Audio

Albion NEO – The Next Chapter
Overview: Albion NEO – The Next Chapter
Walkthrough: The Neo Orchestra
Walkthrough: Albion NEO – Segla Textures
Walkthrough: Albion NEO – Stephensons Steam Band
Walkthrough: Albion NEO – Brunel Loops

And the press release:

Spitfire Audio addresses cultural shift in orchestral music and film scoring with new

Rossum Electro-Music Announces 35th Anniversary SP-1200

Rossum Electro-Music 35th Anniversary SP-1200 Renovation Published on Jan 16, 2020 Rossum Electro-Music

“This year marks the 35th anniversary of the introduction of E-mu System’s iconic ‘SP’ sampling percussion system, instruments that have become emblematic of the golden age of hip hop creativity. To mark this milestone, Dave Rossum (the co-founder of E-mu Systems) and the team at Rossum

NAMM 2020 – Introducing System 100 – Behringer Modular Synthesizer

Published on Jan 16, 2020 BEHRINGER

“Introducing eleven new Eurorack compatible modules – all of them authentic reproductions of original “System 100M” circuitry from 1975. With ultra-fat oscillators and creamy filters the sound became famous in the early 80s used by artists like Depeche Mode, Human League, Tears For Fears but also Vangelis, Tangerine Dream and even Aphex Twin.

If you’re into

Erica Synths Bassline DB-01 Desktop Synth

Intro Published on Jan 16, 2020 Erica Synths

“From basslines and rave sounds to massive drones and drums – the Erica Synths Bassline DB-01 synthesizer lets you explore new territories of sound and performance techniques and go from a melody to noise and back in no time. The DB-01 packs analogue Erica Synths signature sound engine with an advanced sequencer on top of it.

00:01 – Take