Stupid Design Axolotl
The axolotl is an analog synth noisebox made for "demanding sound-designers and noise musicians," according to Stupid Design.
Actually, it's also completely nuts. A dove with epilepsy? A woodpecker under acids? 56 kbps modem connected to an owl? Passing through the underground tunnel crammed with frogs? All of this is in the axolotl, the company promises.
Based on an innovating synthesis made from logical circuits, the Axolotl gets 6 controls, according to SD:
- Low Freq osc 1
- High Freq Osc 2
- Intermodulating Low Freq / High Freq
- Modulating AM/FM amplitude
- Modulating AM/FM freq
- A global Hysteresis control
Stupid Design says the sound character of the synth will change drastically by turning a simple pot.
As for the price, it's as crazy as the synth itself: €145.00.
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