3 VCO true analogue monosynth designed by Tom Carpenter features 3 VCOs each featuring Sawtooth and Square wave. All have CV inputs for Pitch and Pulse width. Manual Pulse width. VCO 1 also has an Octave switch and Cross modulation switch (FM). VCO 2 has a Wide range switch – to make the Tune range very wide (down to LF!). It also has oscillator Sync. VCO 3 also has a Wide range switch. Also, MIDI pitch control can be disabled to make this a free running oscillator. Ideal for modulation duties. VCO 2 and 3 can both be used as LFOs. White Noise. Sub oscillator, taken from VCO 3. Mixer – with Mute switches and additional audio inputs. Multimode 12db filter – featuring Low pass, High pass, Band pass, and Notch filters. VCA – with EG and Thru (bypass) switch. LFO – with delay (fade in) feature. 2 Envelope Generators. With Triggering options. MIDI In, Out, Thru Interval Generator. A special type of pitch transposer. You can set 6 different pitches to each of the switches, and then transpose the VCOs manually to create performances. Great when used in conjunction with the arpeggiator and / or patternator. Arpeggiator – Using a MIDI keyboard program in notes to arpeggiate! The arpeggiator can also be used as a simple 16 note sequencer. The arpeggiator will transmit the notes to MIDI Out Patternator – this is a unique type of sequencer / rhythm generator. Use the 4 CV control to create melodic loops – change the the loop using the Skip and Reset switches in real time! Use the 2 Beat knobs to alter the 8 step gate / trigger pattern generator. Unique artistic case design. 5 minutes with a screwdriver and the plan can be flipped, allowing the synth to be laid flat. hard wood sides, from a sustainable source. MIDI to CV output socket including clock.
...at the moment. List just two bits of gear that you are lusting over the most. I'll start ☺ Analogue Solutions Fusebox MFB Dominion Club
...align with my own choices. Last year Digitakt got an award despite being released with bugs and missing features. Analogue Solutions Fusebox got best synth despite not much excitement about it here on GS.
Im pretty well set up, but I can't get the Analogue Solutions Fusebox out of my head. I don't have anything i want to part with though, so it'll only happen if I get a big surprise royalty check or something. Also looking at buying a SKB case for my Pro2 so I can fly...
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