Analog Mono-Synth: Novation Bass Station 2 [REVIEW]


Novation’s original Bass Station was available as a 2-octave keyboard and also a simple 1U module. Released in 1993, it was an inexpensive mono synth used on many records, even getting a mention in lyrics by the Rza. The small-format analog synth is in style again and Novation has brought back ...

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25th Anniv. Moment – iZotope Stutter Edit [Breakthrough Product]

Originally published: July 2011 Boston-based company iZotope has a solid reputation for making versatile and powerful plug-ins that won’t break the bank. DJ-artist/sound designer Brian Transeau (aka BT) has long been known for creating innovative electronic music, while staying at the ...

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DSI Prophet 12: New Landmark Synth [REVIEW]


Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure of reviewing many Dave Smith Instruments products, including the company’s renowned synthesizers and its Tempest drum machine that Smith helped his fellow pioneer, Roger Linn, create. The heralded Prophet name has a new flagship, the Prophet 12. Gone ...

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