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Syntonovo PAN synth
Old 5th May 2018
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Syntonovo PAN synth



Due 2018 or spring 2019.. ~€3500.. XYZ expression modified Fatar keybed..
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Love the forward thinking use of DSP here -- as many LFOs and envelopes as you want. Nice.
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those black paddles either side of the panel are familiar from the synton syrinx. ah! it's felix visser of synton!
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SO glad they decided to put a synth into it (last year it seemed "only" the keyboard). Very cool idea with the digital part that can be patched into the analog voice and saved. We can also almost be certain it will sound the bomb!
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I want to see someone play this who is really good at using all of the expression possibilities.
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Looks and sounds very unique from what little I saw, and unlimited EG's and LFOs puts a lot of new HW to shame, I must say. Looking forward to hearing some sound demos!
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Best synth makers alive today. No doubt it sounds amazing. I'd be all over it if I didn't have a fenix 2
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Wow....that is one bad-arsed keybed. So basically 3 VA oscillators, 4 operator FM, SVF, filter bank, unlimited envelopes and LFO’s, analog VCA, and I really like to hear....”you can assign anything, to anything.” Then the keybed has poly aftertouch, but also XY modulation capabilities? I’m curious how this is done, and how the sensitivity is implemented. He mentioned that you have to designated a “dead zone” so you’re not triggering all of the keybed modulation if you don’t want to.

Pretty cool. Very interesting. Can’t wait to hear what some pro sound designers do with it.

I like the two big knob design, straddling the screen. One knob is up and down, the other is +/- L/R the values. Very simple but effective.
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This was their prototype unit from last year:


I know the classic GX-1 had the X modulation on its keys.. but I've not seen the Y axis before. The current top of the range Yamaha Electone StageA has this X modulation too.. but outside of the MPE controllers this seems pretty nice. It was mentioned in the Sonic State vid that they will probably sell the keyboard alone too.. so may be a good substitute for the failure of VAXMIDI.
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Brilliant user interface!
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Originally Posted by EDGEK8D View Post
Wow....that is one bad-arsed keybed. So basically 3 VA oscillators
As I understood it, they're analog.
Old 12th May 2019
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Check out the production model of the Pan here.
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