The world of analog synthesizers is a paradise for DIY-types. It doesn’t matter if you can read music: half the fun’s in creating new circuits and twisting knobs just to hear what happens. That’s why we think it might be the perfect instrument for the kind of people who, as kids, got more joy out of taking apart their toys than playing with them. So what’s an analog hardware synth? Basically, a device that generates analog audio signals that are then modified to make sounds. Synths can recreate the sounds made by other instruments, imitate natural noises, or create something unique.…

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