The Stylophone returns at NAMM 2013 in a brand new and enhanced S2 version.
The Stylophone S2 is a larger in size than the original analog synth (308 × 120 × 26mm, less than 1kg) and features a 37 note keyboard (3 octaves) with +/-2 octaves transposition function, that can be controlled with a pen or your fingers. A british-style variable state filter with 12dB/octave slope, 2 oscillators CV, one LFO with 8 waveforms and 14-octave range with visual speed, and sub-oscillators, are included.
This new version hosts an auxiliary input, a 1/4" jack output, a 1/8" heaphone out and Trigger and CV inputs, as well as a speaker.
The Stylophone requires 4 AA batteries or an power adaptor (optional)
Price : £299 / 370€ approximately. More details on www.stylophone2.com and in this video :
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