Boutique synth module maker Soulsby introduces new devices at the NAMM, including a Eurorack wavetable oscillator module.
Soulsby introduces the Oscitron wavetable oscillator, which happens to be the brand’s first Eurorack module. The Oscitron features the biquad filter algorithms and wavetables that gives the Atmegatron its classic sound, and in addition it provides an audio input to capture user wavetables. There are many parameters for capturing and processing the wavetables. The Oscitron will be launched later this year and, there will be preview videos demonstrating its full range of features.
Soulsby will also present the Odytron, a limited edition Atmegatron preloaded with Odytron software and presets. The audio engine provides the features of a classic analogue synth, but in an 8-bit environment. It comes with a programmer cable and 3 overlays to use with alternative software, and will be available from February 1st. Finally, they will also release the official miniAtmegatron case, designed to complement the miniAtmegatron DIY kit which was launched last year and apparently proved popular among DIY enthusiasts. The offical miniAtmegatron case is announced as simple to assemble and provides great protection for the PCB and Arduino.
More details to follow at the Namm’s hall C (booth 5000) or at Soulsby synthesizers’ website.
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