The World's First Step Synthesizer

Beilfuss introduce their synth with sixteen steps simply outlining the waveform      07/05/09

The World's First Step Synthesizer


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The Beilfuss Synthesizer Company from Chicago have introduced what they are describing as the world's first step synthesizer. Here's what they have to say about it...
This thought-through system is the optimization of flexibility with controllability for keyboard. The step synthesizer brings new, never before heard, electronic sounds to music.
Unlike any analog or digital synthesizer's controls, the patented tone control consists of sixteen steps simply outlining the waveform as set by the Signal Controls you see at the left of the control panel. Similarly, the envelope and filter contour transients and their time intervals are also set by the Signal Controls for rhythms or extended notes. You may easily add prompted, parallel voicings, combining settings of both sides for complex notes.There are 32 controls and 142 pushbuttons for direct programming. Dedicated LED pushbuttons always read out their side of the full eight octave, split keyboard. Five octaves of transposition are possible.
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