Posts Tagged 'Synthesizers'

Moog Recommences Manufacturing Large Format Modular Synthesizers

Moog Recommences Manufacturing Large Format Modular Synthesizers

50 years ago, at its first introduction, the Moog modular synthesizer represented as radical a transition as Kandinski’s abstracts or Kodak’s cameras – offering both a break from yesterday and a startling glimpse of tomorrow. And, as with all cultural explosions, the impact of Dr. Bob Moog’s invention was impossible to evaluate from the epicenter. It’s only now, 50 years down the line that we can get some measure of the importance, and the sheer untapped potentiality of the Moog Modular Synthesizer.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

It’s been a year full ups and a giant down with the loss of one of the founders of Gearjunkies, Eric Thoolen. So we close this year and with his spirit in our minds we are heading to 2015. 

we like to take this opportunity to wish you all a wonderful Christmas, happy new year and all the success and health for 2015

The Gearjunkies network team: Dave, Dennis, Eric, Luuk, Marc, Mark,  Rick, Rob, Ron and Wouter.

 

Korg Announces the Next Generation of the Electribe Music Production Station

Korg Announces the Next Generation of the Electribe Music Production Station

Empowering musicians to compose in a creative and influential way, the new Electribe has evolved to include such features as polyphonic synth playback, sixteen freely-assignable parts, and compatibility with Ableton Live. Featuring sixteen back- lit Trigger pads and an intuitive X/Y Touch pad, the new Electribe is easy enough for a beginner to understand, yet sophisticated enough to satisfy even the most experienced performers.

Roland announces SBX-1 Sync Box

Roland announces SBX-1 Sync Box

Roland is proud to announce the SBX-1 Sync Box, a universal synchronization hub for electronic musical instruments and computers. Equipped with USB-MIDI, standard MIDI, and DIN sync ports, the compact SBX‑1 provides a convenient way for music creators to use modern production tools and legacy analog devices together at one time. Going far beyond simple synchronization, the SBX-1 also provides hands-on control of timing and groove, and includes CV/Gate outputs for triggering old-school instruments such as the SH-101, TB-303, and TR-808.