viernes, 11 de junio de 2010
New AtomoSynth "Krakken" midi controled analog synth module
Finally this is the new AtomoSynth's "Krakken" midi controled analog syntethizer module. it will be available by july 1st at a price of: US$ 349.00
you can make a pre order now by ebay (pre order discount available).
This synth features one analog square and saw waveform VCO (voltage controled oscillator) with a huge pitch range, from subsonic to ultrasonic sound.
Glide: effect control with a wide range that allows radical effects.
White noise generator with 2 modes:
Mode1 triggers the VCO affecting the frequency and can create percussion like sounds.
Mode2 mix the noise with the VCO signal, adding texture to the waveform.
LFO: One square and triangle waveform LFO (low frequency oscillator), that modulates the VCO for the vibrato effect creating old school arcade Atari-like sounds.
Also it modulates the VCF (voltage controled filter) creating a tremolo effect.
It has a led that shows the LFO rate.
VCF: (vactrol based Low Pass Filter) with cut off and ressonance controls that can be modulated by the LFO and the VCO depth, It also features a decay control with 3 modes: positive, flat, and negative.
envelope generator with attack and release control.
The Krakken features a MIDI to control voltage converter with a range of 5 octaves, it can be set to any midi channel from 1 to 16, it has a display that shows the actual midi channel.
You can control any external analog synthesizer with the CV and Gate Outputs (1Volt/octave), even at the same time you can control the Krakken with a analog sequencer via the CV and Gate imputs.
Also you can connect many Krakken synthesizers in chain with its midi thru output to a computer or midi sequencer and each one will play a different midi channel.
The instrument is is housed in a clear, laser cut, acrilic case that shows the analog circuitry.
It is powered directly from 110V or 220V AC.
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Posted by AtomoSynth at 20:28