The Schmidt is probably the most expensive poly synth currently available today, its the stuff of legend. The lifelong project of a single engineer, its built to please him, no holds barred. With four oscllators, each one different, four filters and more. Its a lovely thing.
The end of the day yesterday, we caught up with Dirk Krause - the sound designer responsible for a couple of banks in the super synth. He kindly took us through the unique features.
There is a limited production run available to buy now, though most we hear are sold, you'll need to be a) quick, b) wealthy, but its a really lovely instrument.
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