A little while back we did a little digging to look for some forgotten gems of the synth world. What we found was four weird and wonderful underdogs that you probably don’t know about but definitely should.
Watch: Here are 4 vintage underdogs synths that you may not be across but should definitely spend some time getting to know a little better.
From the Juno-esque Kawai SX-240 to the filthy Russian Formanta Polivoks, each of these vintage analog monsters had charm in their own distinct ways.
And while the classics are classics for a reason, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get to know those that slipped under the radar. You never know what you might find.
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