German online music magazine Amazona.de ran a one-year survey and together with their readers, now claims to have invented "the dream synthesizer."
Its features include:
- 8 voices / true analog
- 2 oscillators
- Oscillator sync, FM, ring modulation and pulseb modulation
- Wave-forms sinus, saw and two different noise waves (morphing from sinus to saw)
- Multimode filter and band-pass filters
- Two ADSR envelopes
- Three LFOs
- Midi, midi-clock for ARP and CV/gate in/out
Detailed layout and technical plans are said to be all complete. The project managers now say they need a producer to make Tyrell come true.
As mentioned above, it is an experiment.
For more details and product pics, check out www.amazona.de/index.php?page=26&file=2&article_id=3191.
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