Ken MacBeth introduces his Bomber
Ken MacBeth unveils a minimalist modular synth with a single oscillator designed for fat bass fans.
Called Bomber, the synth feature a single MK 1 "B" oscillator module with saw and pulse width (square) waveforms and two sub-octaves (one below the other). The signal is then sent to a MK 1 "B" discrete state variable filter with a resonance control. A third module features a dual envelope generator with Utility VCA. A noise generator is also included for the Audio Input 3 of the Filter module.
No information regarding the availability of this Bomber. Here is a first video presentation:
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