The Accelerator is a polyphonic Synthesizer with eight subtractive voices each consisting of three oscillators, two multimode filters, 6 envelope generators, three voice LFOs and one section LFO.
Another new feature is the the built in 3D sensor. Movements of the keyboard are converted into Modulation data. This addition allows for controlling parameters like pitch, the filter frequency or modulation depths by lifting up or shaking the keyboard.
The Accelerator also integrates some sequencing goodies. You can enter some notes into the step sequencer, transpose the sequences with the left hand while performing a solo at the upper end of the split keyboard.
You can get additional voices with our DSP expansion module. The DSP expansion does not only add extra polyphony to the Accelerator – you will also be able to use up to eight independent synthesizer sounds at a time with the integrated multimode feature, Radikal says
No pricing info yet, but the company says the product will be available in June 2010.
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