Modor, new hardware synth manufacturer
Hardware synths being popular again, let’s introduce Modor, a new manufacturer that will soon give you their vision of modern instruments…
First information provided by Modor state that the FN-1 will be a digital synthesizer that uses DSP to push the concept of classic VA synths.
The NF-1 is still in prototype state, but we know that it will feature 3 oscillators, effects (classic delay), LFOs and envelope to modulate the parameters, as well as digital resonant multimode 12 dB filters and formant filter. Multiple waveforms will be available, they also can be modulated.
The picture of the prototype also shows Sample & Hold, drive, attack, release and sustain controls, a chorus/flanger and LFOs everywhere.
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