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Gotharman is preparing a music workstation

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Fuzion is the name of the upcoming portable music workstation Gotharman will launch in March, and that you can pre-order now with a discount.

The Gotharman Fuzion is a portable multitrack polyphonic workstation featuring synths, sequencer, sampler and effects. Here’s a resume of what the manufacturer has announced:

  • 16-track sequencer with internal or external control of each track, up to 128 bars adjustable for each track, real time, step time and grid recording, tempo between 24 and 300 BPM, tone, velocity, length and note position controls, note randomize, swing, note quantize and real time event edition (planned)
  • 8 x 8-note polyphonic synthesizers with morphable sine, triangle, sawtooth, pulse and feedback waveforms ; noise, sampling percussion (multiple sine and noise mixed together and detuned to create percussive sounds), 2 multimode filters per voice, 3 ADHSRR envelopes (attack, decay, hold, sustain, repeats, release) per voice, 2 LFOs per voice (triangle, pulse and FM), random generator, FAT feature that adds 3 layers to the sound with adjustable phase, and note range and MIDI channel select for each synth
  • Sampler with up to 300 minutes of recording, 200 minutes of sampling, analog input, USB and WAV file import as recording sources
  • Built-in effects
  • USB port for WAV file import/export, presets in .fzp format, user memory backup/restore and firmware update
  • 2 analog inputs
  • 4 analog outputs
  • 2 MIDI I/O
  • 24-bit / 44.1kHz Cirrus Logic AD/DA converters
  • Internal audio resolution: 32-bit / 44.1kHz
  • Sampler resolution: 16-bit / 44.1kHz
  • 4.3” color TFT display
  • 1024 user presets, each can contain 8 synths, 1 sequencer pattern with 16 tracks of 128 bars and effects

 

Details of the built-in effects are still to come. Gotharman adds that will be possible to add MIDI I/Os via an expansion box and that the Fuzion will be compatible with most of the Little DeFormer expansion boxes, except for the Audio Output and USB Transfer models.

Fuzion will be available in March for the price of 1 899 € but if you preorder it in January, you get a 200 € rebate and a 100 € discount in February. More info at www.gotharman.dk.

 

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