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HyperSynth introduces the Xenophone synth

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HyperSynth Xenophone

Analog Synth Rack/Sound Module from HyperSynth .

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Xenophone is a new mono-synth model which circuit is 100% analogue and can be driven remotely from a computer with a special designed software.

The Xenophone can be used as a standalone instrument or an entirely programable synth. Its responds to MIDI messages, CC and NRPN. It ships with the XEditor editor (standalone and plug-in) with which you can control and automate the synth parameters via MIDI and transfer patches between the module and the computer.

Features:

  • 3 oscillators
  • 2 sub-oscillators adjustable to -1 or -2 octaves
  • Multiple waveforms, including two new that combine portions of triangle + square and saw + square, these waveform parts can be controlled via the Shape parameter
  • 3 ring modulators
  • 3 LFOs with 6 waveforms
  • White, pink, red and C64 pitched noise generators (the latter is a sort of lo-fi that can be played as an oscillator)
  • 1 multimode VCF with 10 filter types, including two new designed by cascading 18/12dB low-pass and 6dB high-pass filters with custom feedback
  • 3 DAHDSR envelope generators (1ms to 30s) with 4 styles (Linear, RC, RC2, EXP) and Hold
  • Loop option for all the envelopes
  • Modulation matrix with 33 sources and 50 destinations
  • Analog distortion
  • Digital stereo delay and reverb effects
  • Arpeggiator with 4 modes, Latch button, gate control and 15 time divisions
  • 16x4 step sequencer with Note-Slide feature (each track can be used as a source in the modulation matrix)
  • 26 rotary encoders (96 steps per rotation) and 27 buttons
  • 2 knobs act like mod wheel and aftertouch
  • 2x20 digits OLED screen and 88 LEDs
  • 512 sound programs
  • Aluminum chassis with wooden sides
  • Stereo outputs on balanced 1/4" jacks
  • 1/4" output
  • 1/4" unbalanced input for external signal
  • 1/4" CV input
  • MIDI In and Out
  • USB port

No information regarding the price and availability, visit www.hypersynth.com/xenophone.html for full details.

 

 

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