I feel so guilty when people take the time to send me really great stuff and then I forget to post it. So here's a bit of karma-boosting cupboard emptying. There are some absolute treasures on this list, thanks Dave, Michael, Ian, K, Capzloc, Steve, Jason, Erik, RBurns, Mikey, JB, Circuit Master, Formicarium and Schism.
Zlad: Awesome video featuring a nun playing a Roland Axis.
NYC Soundlab: It's like a gym, for musicians. Pay the monthly fee, and you get to visit and use the studio gear. Tour and interview with the boss here, and Flickr set of pictures here.
The Keyboard Museum has a truly awesome collection of demo tapes from classic synths, from the Stylophone to the Fairlight,
Electric Shadows: A huge and wonderful collection of 'who played what', including Kraftwerk, Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis, and Plastikman.
The Robot Lab: It's huge industrial robots, DJing.
Bandai Little Jammer: A tiny little robot band for your living room. Just $359.
Ekalimba: Cool electric kalimbas for sale.
Seventh Circle Audio sell DIY Neve pre-amp kits for $324.
Didj'tizer: It's a VST didgeridoo.
Logo Mall: For all your inflatable synth, guitar, microphone and drum needs.
Ninjam: Jam over the Internet (from the creator of the Jesusonic CrusFX)
The Extreme Synth Weirdness Project: Database of strange noises.
My Fascinating Instrument, by Oskar Sala, played entirely on his Mixtur Trautonium.
Nico has a Macbeth M5, and this is what it sounds like.
Garritan Jazz & Big Band: It's like 'Personal Orchestra' with a beard and a polo neck.
SampleRobot: Turns hardware synths into software, automatically.
Q-960: Moog sequencer for Dotcom modulars. Make sure you watch this sexy video.
More to come!