Muron Military Radio Plant aelita

aelita, Analog Synth from Muron Military Radio Plant.

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faybiens's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Awesome"

Muron Military Radio Plant aelita
Analog synthesizer keyboard with 5 octaves.
This is without a polyphonic effects, based on a particular wave generation.
This is the octave divider at the base
It offers two modes, unison mode with four lengths (2 ', 4', 8 ', 16') and a standard mode with 3 osc offering three waveforms, we really switch between two configurations, as if there were two in a different synths.

The unison mode consists of 4 long way organ, each length is spaced an octave and is composed of 3 oscillators each square after generation of octave division, used 4 lengths back to have 12 oscillators operating c is really big, each oscillator can be detuned independently, really huge, with vibrato, tremelo and resonance over there with the game on the cuttoff is huge

Standard mode offers a standard config with 3 osc selection and lengths of 32 '2' by push button (not active in unison mode), it's classic.
The sawtooth is an assembly of several square signals, it is clearly visible and identifiable to the ear, is there a special harmonic supperposition that make this single tooth finally saw the other two rectangular signals are classics.
We found a sound especially with the moog filter.

The envelopes are very fast, I could do very, very convincing 808 kicks, with a very significant impact.

The filter is Moog 4 pole, very fine, it is sef resonant and you can play with the sinus created with the key follower, very friendly and heavenly


This is a monophonic with all functions available on the panels.
No memory, the sounds are easily editable.
Keyboard very very average, but it's still ON / OFF, no velocity ect ...


Really impressive, the filter on the unison mode can get very very scary sounds that vombrissent, crackling.
The sound can be very mild to very resonant, it can scrape, rub, yelling louder or softer, it is vraimant hot round, not as a Polivoks is another field.
The bass is very nice, low in unison mode filter with fast decay give very nice feeling and when you open the filter is surprising many many harmonics

In std mode, the sawtooth is special, this is my only complaint.
This is a square wave synth, change of logic state as any square signal
It is used more in unison mode, the size of the generated sound.
But a simple filtered signal is also nice tps tps.


For me it is the synth that offers bigger sound, all these oscillators superimposed with a detuning can give basseuses very dark atmospheres with beats having nightmares, very very nice lead and bass synth worthy of the moog.

Bass is his forte, extremely rich, who personally I put above all at this level, you ontiendrez things much richer than the Moog.
on the other hand for pure bass with a tilt, it is a toss up with a flat on the saw is its only negative but due to its design

To conclude, this is the synth that I have that at the most personality, an analog monster like no other
Take a look on Youtube and the video of Aelita by Syntezatory poland is quite apart from the sound it makes the delay.

If you get the chance, I'd recommend it.
Attention to transportation, it is delicate, it must be carried open and not closed to avoid breakage.