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A couple of days before their annual Moogfest, a legendary synth company Moog Music had announced that their semi-modular family of synthesizers (consisting of Mother-32 and Grandmother) will have a new member: Matriarch.
Moog Matriarch supposed to be the mother of all mothers, bigger and the most powerful of it’s siblings: 100% Analog patchable 4-note paraphonic synthesizer with an analog delay, 256-step sequencer, arpeggiator and 49 full-size keys.
Rocking the well-recognizable retro design, seen on Grandmother and Sirin, Matriarch is a perfect blend of traditional analog synth and a modular system - you can get that full, rich and warm sound with no patching at all, but at the same time you have 90 modular patch points at your disposal in case you want to get geeky.
Who says Pioneer is a DJ equipement company? It seems that after launching their music production equipment branch Toraiz in 2016, they still are willing to move forward in this direction. This spring they bring SQUID to the table.
SQUID is a 16-track sequencer that can control up to 16 hardware instruments (synths, drum machines, samplers etc.) via MIDI, CV/GATE, Clock and DIN Sync inputs/outputs. USB allows to hook up your computer and easily transfer your projects, sequences and MIDI clips between SQUID and the computer. The matrix of 16 pads will let you play your melodies or step-sequence them, as well as modify it on the fly by using Scale, Harmonizer, Transpose and many other functionalities.
Last, but not least - the price. The Toraiz SQUID should be available at the end of this April and will cost around 600 €. Having in mind that other similar capabilities offering sequencers, Akai MPC X or Elektron Octatrack, are at least twice as expensive, SQUID can b
When 400 in not enough, but 1000 is a bit too much, Pioneer comes with 800. Brand new Pioneer’s Recordbox series DJ controller, DDJ-800, is placed somewhere in between the affordable DDJ-400 and the 4-track beast, DDJ-1000.
DDJ-800 is compact and fairly easy to carry around - it weighs less than 5 kg and has an optional bag. It can also work as a standalone 2-channel DJ mixer, but only in tandem with a Recordbox software it’s true power shall be revealed. The new tendencies of bringing DJ’s closer to music producers haven’t been forgotten here: 16 performance pads not only will help you mix, but it also will allow you to play this device by using Sampler and Keyboard modes. There are also 2 mic inputs if you consider to animate your party or share the stage with an MC.
All the information needed will be displayed on color LCD Jog Displays, already seen on DDJ-1000. And last but not least - controls on DDJ-800 are arranged in the same way as on NXS2 series, so you