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Sonicware ELZ-1 Portable Multi-Engine Digital Synth Keyboard Synthesizers
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Sonicware ELZ-1 Portable Multi-Engine Digital Synth

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"Diverse sound engines include the FM SYNTH, the 8BIT WAVE MEMORY SYNTH that allows editing and morphing, the DNA Explorer that can be used to examine and alter waveforms from captured audio, and the SiGRINDER granular synthesizer.

From the day you put your hands on the ELZ_1, you will become a sound adventurer.

Start a journey in search of exciting sounds that are unique to this world.

The diverse synthesizer engines of the ELZ_1 were all developed from the ground up.

FM SYNTH (4 operators with feedback and detuning)
8BIT WAVE MEMORY SYNTH (waveform editing and morphing with FM mode)
DNA EXPLORER (extract and generate waveforms from audio)
SiGRINDER (granular synthesizer engine)
STANDARD OSC (sin, square, triangle and saw waves)
LOW-BIT OSC (sin, square, triangle and saw waves)


Didn't find a thread for this. Similar form factor to the OP1? Perhaps a little wider. Potentially a digital paradise?
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Sonicware ELZ1, Teenage Engineering OP-1, Op-Z... this part of the market is getting interesting. Each one has different strong points. It would be interesting to compare them all.
It seems that this ELZ1 is the more capable speaking of synthesis power? And the bad point is that is doesnt have any sequencer or tape like the OP1 and OPZ.
We still need to know more details about the new OPZ and ELZ1
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Predictable.
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Predictable.
That I’ll like weird digital stuff? Lol
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The FM engine ( just like the op-1 ) only has 2 parameters , feedback and detuning ..and of course algo select .
These simplified F.F.K.* engines become boring pretty fast , the other engines look just a simple .
NOt for me , not gonna make the same mistake twice ( got rid of the op after 3 weeks )
Really curious about the cpu type


* Fm For Kids

It just occured to me that it looks a lot like the black elektron boxes
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The FM engine ( just like the op-1 ) only has 2 parameters , feedback and detuning ..and of course algo select .
These simplified F.F.K.* engines become boring pretty fast , the other engines look just a simple .
NOt for me , not gonna make the same mistake twice ( got rid of the op after 3 weeks )


* Fm For Kids
Yep.

I'd love a Casio CZ-ish desktop unit with simple ASDR knobs for envelopes. Wouldn't even have to have knobs for the rest, if I could avoid four stage envelopes with a data slider I'd be in heaven
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Seems like it could be a fun little instrument if it’s cheap. ($300ish)
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Be keen to see this in action at NAMM
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Needs sequencers
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