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Anamono is a monophonic analogue feedback synthesizer with built-in programable and controlable granular effects processor, 2 analogue filters, an analogue output stage with VCA and overdrive, a g-RAY analogue feedback synthesis system, 2 oscillators, a ringmodulator and many modulation sources, including 2 newly engineered and very flexible step-modulators.

User-storage of 256 sound presets is possible.

Features
  • Monophonic analogue feedback synthesizer with build in granulator/delay effects.
  • 2 oscillators with waveforms morphable from sine to triangle to saw to square to noise and with osc sync.
  • 2 analogue filters – 1 multimode (lpf, bpf, hpf) and 1 bpf.
  • 1 digital multimode filter.
  • New Gotharman engineered analogue feedback circuit with g-RAY – NEW sound creating possibilities.
  • Analogue VCA and overdrive – fully controllable.
  • Programable and controllable 16-step step granulator – Delay/granulator times up to 1.5 second.
  • Ring modulator, that can process both internal sounds and sound coming via the external audio input.
  • External audio input lets you process any sound with Anamono’s filters, g-RAY feedback circuit, granulator/delay, ringmodulator and analogue overdrive.
  • 2 envelopes and 2 step-modulators, all having 2 sets of settings, that can be morphed between, using any modulation source.
  • 2 LFO’s with morphable waveforms and key-sync.
  • 256 preset memory locations.
  • All parameters controlable with MIDI NRPN numbers – Many direct with MIDI controller.
  • PC editor will soon be available.

PRICE:
EUR 529,-

More details are available here.
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