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Synthesisers & Drum Machines

Buchla Music Easel

Venturing into the esoteric realm of electronic music, the Buchla Music Easel emerges as a true maverick of sound. A creation by the visionary Don Buchla in the early 1970s, the Music Easel defied musical… Read More »Buchla Music Easel

Ableton DAW

Ableton is a music production software that has had a significant impact on the music industry since its inception in 1999. Developed by Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke, Ableton began as a tool for electronic… Read More »Ableton DAW

Elektron Monomachine

The Elektron Monomachine is a digital synthesizer and groovebox that has been at the forefront of electronic music production since its introduction in 2006. The Monomachine was one of the first instruments of its kind… Read More »Elektron Monomachine

Roland Jupiter 8

The Jupiter 8 is a polyphonic synthesizer developed by Roland Corporation in the early 1980s. The Jupiter 8 was one of the first synthesizers to offer eight-voice polyphony and it quickly became one of the… Read More »Roland Jupiter 8

Arp 2600

The ARP 2600 is a semi-modular synthesizer developed by Alan R. Pearlman and his company ARP Instruments in the 1970s. The ARP 2600 was a versatile and powerful synthesizer that was widely used in a… Read More »Arp 2600


The Akai MPC, or Music Production Center, is a series of drum machines and samplers developed by Akai Professional in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The MPC was designed to be a powerful and… Read More »AKAI MPC

Moog Model 15

In the realm of music technology, few instruments have left a mark as indelible as the Moog Model 15 synthesizer. Developed by Robert Moog, the Model 15 was a groundbreaking creation that not only transformed… Read More »Moog Model 15

Yamaha DX7

The Yamaha DX7 is a synthesizer that was released in 1983 and is widely considered to be one of the most influential synthesizers of all time. It was the first synthesizer to use digital frequency modulation synthesis… Read More »Yamaha DX7