The last decade of synthesis has focussed largely on the resurgence and revamping of classic analog gear of the '70s and '80s. With so much attention to this classic format, many have missed the decades of groundbreaking digital advancement of synthesis that has reshaped the way we play and hear everything from pop music to film. From pioneering digital synthesizers like the PPG Wave and Yamaha DX-7, to to modern classics like the Nord Lead and the countless developments from Korg, Roland, Casio, E-mu and Waldorf in between, digital synthesizers have carved out a special place and for users to go above and beyond the limitations working with analog gear.