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Dreadbox meets Sinevibes, in compact Typhon analog synth + sequencing + fx

Those gnarly Dreadbox analog oscillators and filters keep popping up in new places. This time, it’s a collaboration with Sinevibes – and it makes for a compact, jam-friendly, portable synth for 349 EUR. The post Dreadbox meets Sinevibes, in compact Typhon analog synth + sequencing + fx appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.

Dreadbox + Sinevibes Debut Typhon Analog Synthesizer

Dreadbox & Sinevibes have introduced the Typhon, a new synth that combines analog synthesis with stereo digital effects, and offering complex modulation routing, 256 preset memory and a 32-note sequencer.… Read More Dreadbox + Sinevibes Debut Typhon Analog Synthesizer

A bass and drum machine, inside your KORG hardware, with Sinevibes’ Groove plugin

What if I told you you could take a KORG keyboard – or even the ultra-cheap NTS-1 – and add a bass and drum machine, just by downloading a file? Sinevibes’ Artemiy Pavlov has been raving about the possibility of KORG’s platform. Now he’s realizing it. The post A bass and drum machine, inside your … Continue reading A bass and drum machine, inside your KORG hardware, with Sinevibes’ Groove plugin

Sinevibes Groove Puts A Multitimbral Groovebox In Your Korg Prologue, Minilogue XD Or NTS-1

Sinevibes has introduced Groove, a multitimbral bass and drum machine for the KORG prologue, minilogue xd and NTS-1 synthesizers.… Read More Sinevibes Groove Puts A Multitimbral Groovebox In Your Korg Prologue, Minilogue XD Or NTS-1

Op-ed: KORG has transformed synthesizers by letting them run plug-ins, says Sinevibes

No new ideas in synthesizers? Not so, says independent developer Artemiy Pavlov. He was excited enough about KORG’s direction that he’s written about why he thinks it changes music tech for the better. The Ukraine-based coder who releases under his Sinevibes brand is someone we’ve followed on CDM for some years, as a source of … Continue reading Op-ed: KORG has transformed synthesizers by letting them run plug-ins, says Sinevibes