Analog purists will love the 25-key MiniBrute Synthesizer from Arturia that features a number of unique tone-shaping tools and puts your fingers in control of a 100% analog signal-path.
Ever wonder what composers do in their free time? Yeah, neither did we until we saw Stephen J. Anderson make a synth out of old electronics and a kitchen into an instrument. Music starts at 2:20.
In 1957, Daphne Oram created the Oramics synth, which interprets sound from painted film strips. The 1957 prototype was recently found and is now on exhibit in London. Soon to be an iPhone app, too.
Max Battaglia’s concept guitar does away with strings and frets, replacing them with a long multi-touch screen. Its digital brains would let you configure the number of strings, frets and effects.
Turn your iPad into a professional synthesizer with AKAI’s keyboard docking station. You get 49 velocity-sensitive keys, pitch/mod wheels, drum pads, and it also doubles as a USB MIDI controller.
After all the rounds of Rock Band, we’re already used to playing guitars without strings. The touchscreen Kitara is a string-free performance instrument. Doubles as a MIDI controller.
This Flash-based interactive artwork lets you create mesmerizing audiovisual compositions which belong on a big screen at a rave. Watch the video demo or just start playing with AVCLASH now.
This VST software synth offers a clean and intuitive interface for creating sounds. It’s designed for easy experimentation and offers an online preset library so you can share sounds. Grab the Beta now.
Take your musical talent everywhere with this t-shirt that’s with a built-in synthesizer. Play up to 8 notes at a time, and choose from 5 sound samples. Buy 4 and form a Kraftwerk tribute band.
In the perfect synthesis (pun intended) of analog and digital worlds, Dave Smith’s Mopho synth lets you crank out fat analog sounds, while still including MIDI-over-USB control capability.
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