The synthesisers been the icon of many a 1980’s music fan. Indeed, Chase Music were iconic for them back in the day. They did not, however, find themselves fame properly until Yamaha (who are, of course, now widely known for their fantastic range of digital pianos and keyboards) released the Synth DX7.
If you’re a fan of synthesizers, you’ll know that Chase were infamous for the selling of them throughout the 1980’s – the synth decade. If you’re also a fan of apps, you may also be aware that the likes of Korg already have their own synthesizer app for iOs.
Now, however, there is a new kid on the block. New York-based group Electro-Harmonix have introduced the Mini-Synthesizer EH-1600 to iPhone and iPad, which is basically a digital re-creation of an authentic 80’s analog synth.