MeeBlip anode, new bass synth
Introduced as the MeeBlip successor, MeeBlip anode is the result of the collaboration of Peter Kirn and Berlin-based Create Digital Music.
MeeBlip anode is an ultra compact module (10 x 10cm) for bass synth fans. It features a new analog filter, 8-bit digital oscillators, ADS envelope and LFO, and you can control the tuning and pulse width, among others. A MIDI input is included to connect MeeBlip anode to the rest of your gear, even to an iPhone or iPad via a compatible adapter.
Just like the first MeeBlip, this anode design is open source, hackers can then freely look at the code and circuits and modify them to their needs.
MeeBlip anode is available in pre-order for 129.95€ (excl. shipping fees) but for the Black Friday, enter the coupon code THANKSGIVING to get a 20€ rebate. The first modules will ship in about 7 weeks. More information available at meeblip.com.
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