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Synclavier® Touch for iPad

Synclavier® Touch is a new app from Synclavier Digital that provides a complete touch-screen implementation of the Velocity-Pressure Keyboard button panel.

Synclavier® Touch uses MIDI messages to control your Synclavier³ installation over a WiFi network. Read all about it on our Synclaiver® Touch Page.

Available for immediate download from the Apple App Store. Free to try; $79.00 USD in-app purchase required for full functionality.

Synclavier® Touch

Synclavier iPad Stand

Now available in the Synclavier Digital On-line Store, these elegant and functional iPad workstations are custom made for Synclavier Digital by Heckler Design in the USA.

Use them to set up a second VK workstation near your MIDI keyboard, or even downstairs on your Steinway Model D.

Synclavier iPad Stands

Synclavier TUFFLabel

These custom labels by TUFFLabel feature the original Synclavier logo and are suitable for your own iPad stand, MIDI Keyboard, or even your computer monitor.

Tough chemical-resistant stick-on label 0.6" x 2.6" goes anywhere - it might even give your MIDI keyboard a whole new sound!

USD $20.00 - Order now in our on-line store

Synclavier TUFFLabel

New Album from Michael Whalen

Synclavier virtuoso Michael Whalen switched to Synclavier V during 2016, and you should hear his first CD made with this virtual instrument.

“Dream Cycle” is music that is designed to inspire rest, relaxation, wellness and meditation. Using a combination of state-of-the-art ambient sounds, vocalists and beautiful melodies, Michael combines well-known music with his own gorgeous compositions. Check out The Distant Light music video!

The Distant Light

Synclavier V Music Demo by Hans Holema

Hans Holema has created a series of video tutorials for Synclavier V. Check out his mini-music-video to see a fine example of what Synclavier V can do in the hands of a skilled musician. I can't wait for the LP version!

Hans Holema Music Demo

Synclavier V

Software Musical Instrument Recreates the New England Digital Synclavier® II Complete with Partial Timbres, FM and Additive Synthesis, 400+ Amazing Timbres and Onboard Effects

A joint development between Arturia and Synclavier Digital, the Synclavier V Software Instrument brings the incredible sounds of this wonderful instrument to your computer or digital audio workstation. Includes the Synclavier V standalone application, plus Synclavier plugin for VST, AU, AAX and NKS.

12 months in the making, you can learn all about it on our Synclavier V Software Instrument and Plugin Page.

Synclavier V


Full-featured time-limited demo available for immediate download. Try it!

Like what you hear? Purchase your activation code in our on-line store!

Your download is a fully functioning time-restricted version. You will need to purchase an activation code for continued use. Synclavier V can be purchased by itself, or it is included in Arturia's Classic V Collection 5.

Your activation code is delivered within minutes via email!

Musician and blogger Doug Woods demonstrates the sounds of Synclavier V


Now for the realy big news: The Webclavier

Virtual Musical Instrument
by Synclavier Digital

Webclavier Crowdfund is now 100% funded!

The Webclavier Virtual Musical Instrument is a new initiative by Synclavier Digital to bring the incredible sounds of Synclavier® II to the World Wide Web!

By harnessing the power of HTML5 and the Web Audio API, the Webclavier will synthesis the historic Synclavier® II FM sounds right in your browser. Learn more and try out the prototype at our Webclavier Virtual Musical Instrument Page.

The Webclavier

Stay in touch!

  • Jon Appleton, pictured with his Synclavier I, 1977

    While a professor at Dartmouth College, Jon provided the musician's input for the design of the Synclavier® I.

    Source: Rauner Special Collections Library

    Jon Appleton with Synclavier® I, 1977

    Jon Appleton, pictured with his Synclavier I, 1977

    While a professor at Dartmouth College, Jon provided the musician's input for the design of the Synclavier® I.

    Source: Rauner Library

  • Suzanne Ciani, pictured with her Synclavier® II, early 1980s

    Suzanne established her career in New York City creating sound logos for many Fortune 500 companies. Her "New Age" music will always be my favorite!

    Source: Suzanne Ciani Home Page

    Suzanne Ciani with Synclavier® II, early 1980s

    Suzanne Ciani, pictured with her Synclavier® II, early 1980s

    Suzanne established her career in New York City creating sound logos for many Fortune 500 companies.

    Source: Suzanne Ciani Home Page

  • Sydney Alonso, Jon Appleton, and Cameron Jones, pictured with the Synclavier® I prototype, 1977, Norwich, Vermont.

    New England Digital Corporation had been founded the year before to manufacture a computer system designed by Alonso and Jones.

    Source: Dartmouth Engineer Magazine

    Sydney Alonso, Jon Appleton, Cameron Jones with Synclavier® I Prototype, 1977

    Sydney Alonso, Jon Appleton, and Cameron Jones, 1977

    New England Digital Corporation had been founded the year before to manufacture the "Able" computer.

    Source: Dartmouth Engineer Magazine

  • Jazz legend Oscar Peterson, pictured with his Synclavier® II, cover of Keyboard Magazine, 1983.

    Oscar Peterson used his two Synclavier® systems both for performing, and, interestingly, teaching jazz improvisation.

    Source: erika dot net's flickr collection

    Oscar Peterson pictured with his Synclavier® II, cover of Keyboard Magazine, 1983

    Jazz legend Oscar Peterson, cover of Keyboard Magazine, 1983.

    Oscar Peterson used his two Synclavier® systems both for performing and teaching jazz improvisation.

    Source: erika dot net's flickr collection

  • Frank Zappa, pictured in his studio composing on his Synclavier® Digital Audio System, mid 1980s.

    Frank Zappa owned the largest Synclavier® Digital Audio System ever built. The Synclavier® was his primary compositional tool for the last decade of his life.

    Source: YouTube

    Frank Zappa pictured with his Synclavier® Digital Audio System, mid 1980s

    Frank Zappa, pictured in his studio composing, mid 1980s.

    The Synclavier® was Frank Zappas primary compositional tool for the last decade of his legendary career.

    Source: YouTube

  • Christopher Currell, pictured with his Synclavier® Digital Audio System, late 1980s.

    Chris was the keyboard player and guitarist on many of Michael Jackson's albums; he also performed on Michael Jackson's two world tours.

    Chris's series on his work with Michael Jackson are "must-reads" for followers of the era!

    Source: The Headphone Guru

    Christopher Currell with his Synclavier® Digital Audio System, late 1980s

    Christopher Currell, pictured with his Synclavier®, late 1980s.

    Chris was the keyboard player and guitarist on many of Michael Jackson's albums and his world tours.

    Source: The Headphone Guru

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