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3D SYNTHESISER ‘FUSE’ DEVELOPED

FUSE is a 3D MIDI controller that allows users to produce and regulate digital synthesiser sound waves. The device was developed by Israel-based Itai Shir Moskovitz for his graduation project. The industrial designer wanted to recreate the physical connection one has when playing a physical instrument- something he thought was missing in the process of producing electronic music.
A new survey conducted by MRC Data, a data company providing information on music sales, has found that Generation Z buy more vinyl records than their millennial counterparts. 4,041 individuals aged 13 and up were questioned over the course of two weeks about their musical influences, inspirations and purchases, with 15% of Gen Z respondents claiming
The iconic units are now part of the plugin subscription service Two iconic drum machines have been added to Roland’s Cloud synth subscription service. The 727 and the 707 aren’t quite as famous as the other instruments in the TR range, namely the 808 and 909, as they used PCM samples exclusively, and didn’t feature
ABBA are back together for the release of a new album titled ‘Voyage’ on November 5 this year via Polydor/Universal Music. The 10-track release features all new material, with two lead single singles ‘I Still Have Faith in You’ and ‘Don’t Shut Me Down’ available to be stream now. You can listen below. Alongside the album news, ABBA
Calvin Harris has released a new house track under his alter-ego Love Regenerator. ‘We Can Come Together’ is a collaboration with Bristol producer Eli Brown, and features acid synths over a classic piano riff with vocals declaring: “I feel the time has come for us to come together, I realize that only we can make it better.” The
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Roland has introduced a new mixer for livestreaming, recording podcasts, music videos and more – the GO:MIXER PRO-X. The original GO:MIXER was a popular choice for DJs and musicians throughout 2020 who wanted to live stream their sets and performances as it connects straight to your iOS and Android device.  The PRO-X offers expanded support for
Beat’s recordings have previously only been available via archive recordings Janet Beat, the pioneering electronic music producer, has released her first album, aged 83. Titled ‘Pioneering Knob Twiddler’, the record features seven compositions from across the 1970s and 80s that bring together synthesisers, tape machines and acoustic instruments. Up until now, the British synthesist and composer’s
Synth-pop legends Soft Cell have announced their first album in 20 years, ‘*Happiness Not Included’ is set to arrive next February. Across twelve tracks, the duo will explore contemporary social issues alongside ideas of utopia, according to vocalist Marc Almond, who said: “In this album, I wanted to look at us as a society: a place where we have
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