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Eowave Koma

Analog Synth Rack/Sound Module from Eowave .

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Koma is an analogue bassline inspired by synths from the 1980s.

It offers the possibility to mix 4 different waveforms (saw, square, sub, noise). The 24 dB low-pass filter is also inspired from classical filters from the 80s.

The company says they've added modern controls and parameters saving features. The 16 steps sequencer has 4 rows: 1 for the notes and 3 assignable to a parameter designed to enable the creation of living sequences with sonorities like Vince Clark or Yann Hammer, according to Koma.


Oscillator section

  • analogue VCO with square saw sub (sub can be 1 or 2 octaves below the master freq), noise.
  • VCO can be modulated by LFO and PW
  • Variable glide
  • mixer to mix the 4 waveforms


Filter section

  • Full analogue VCO, filter, VCA.
  • external audio with a trimmer to feed the filter
  • 24dB low pass filter roland style for a classical 80s sound
  • filter can be modulated by env2, KB, lfo.


VCA section

  • Vca is affected to env1
  • 2 envelopes ADSR modulate respectively the amplitude and the filter.
  • Attack goes from 2ms to 10s.


LFO section

  • LFO with 8 waveforms (triangle, ramp up, ramp down, square, random, digital noise, staircase up, staircase down)


Connections

  • audio in
  • audio out
  • MIDI in
  • Usb (for software update and MIDI in&out)


Sequencer

  • 16 steps sequencer with LED
  • 4 rows: 1 row controls gates and notes.
  • 3 other rows are freely assignable to any parameter of the front panel.
  • You can transpose the sequencer with an external MIDI keyboard.



Price: 599 € excl. VAT

Availability: Fall 2011

  • gridsleep 12 posts
    gridsleep
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    Posted on 04/22/2011 at 21:16:54
    "Yann" Hammer? Is it hammer time? Whoever wrote that must've been hammered. Still, it's a nice kind of bass version of a DSI Mopho. Little pricey, though. I can get a DSI Tetr4 for that much.

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