Baroque synth by Artisan Electronic Instruments
New synth manufacturer Artisan Electronic Instruments posted the first demos of its Baroque digitally-controlled analog monosynth.
The Artisan Electronic Instruments team’s first instrument has been in development stage for a few months and is now reaching its final version. First information communicated by the brand state that Baroque will be a digitally-controlled analog monophonic synthesizer with the following features:
- 3 built-in cards: Ottava sound card, Maestro user interface controller and Rondo effect card (delays)
- 2 oscillators and 2 sub-oscillator
- 4-pole low-pass filter
- 18 modulators and modifiers
- 40 knobs
- 48 switches/LEDs
- LCD screen
- MIDI in and out
- CV and Trigger outputs
- Full 4-octave keyboard
- Oak panels
Artisan Electronic Instruments should open their website very soon but you’ll find the first details at their Facebook page, including the demo videos that we are reproducing here:
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