Superbooth 17: Casper Electronics/Bastl Instruments softPop Synth

Peter talks us through the design of his latest synth      22/04/17

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A super squelchy, super weird and interesting sounding little guy, the Soft Pop from Casper Electronics and Bastl Instruments is Peter Edwards latest creation.

The softPop is a playfully organic, semi-modular light and sound synthesizer with wide variety of sounds: from random dripping water pops to heavy subtractive basslines. Its fully analog core consisting of heavily feedbacked system of dual triangle-core oscillator, state variable filter and sample and hold is played through an intuitive interface of 6 faders that provides countless combinations which can be explored by anyone.

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