Moog release $35k modular. Teenage Engineering team up with IKEA. Help crowdfund a synth development system.
Mega money Moogs. Moog are releasing a limited edition remake of their IIIP modular synth system for a handsome $35,000. Only 25 will be made, they’re hand wired, and three cabinets house 36 modules, many of which aren’t found in other systems. More here.
On and on and on. PaulXStretch is a new plugin that brings the extreme stretch capabilities of cult favourite Paulstretch to your DAW. It can either capture audio from software or can load existing audio files from disk. Full info here.
From sketch to final prototype, we are checking in on #FREKVENS! Together with Jesper Kouthoofd from Teenage Engineering the aim is to create products so that you can host your party, wherever you may be. During Diseño Democrático this week we are showing the final prototypes of the collection. Love it? Share your thoughts in the comment section below! #teenageengineering #prototype #ikeatoday #diseñodemocratico #IKEAMADRIDDD
Flat pack party. IKEA and Teenage Engineering have linked up for a range of party supplies including sound systems, record players, party lighting and anything else you need for a party on the go. HighSnobiety have the details here.
Cashback. Bandcamp look back over 2017 and report more sales, which means more money to artists than ever before. Digest it here.
— Kareem Moser (@KareemMoser) February 9, 2018
Master mix. Kassem Mosse is inviting people to have their tunes mastered by the same people he uses for his own projects. Details here.
Take the power back. Make your own DIY Eurorack synthesiser modules with Otto’s new system. Created for fast module prototyping, printed circuit-boards are designed to fit common parts of synthesisers, are pre-drilled and numbered along the edges to help the layout process. Find out more about the crowdfunding campaign here.