Eowave Kickstarts Desktop Touch Synthesizer

Orders are being taken for the Quadrantid Swarm      08/11/17

 

eowave quadrantid swarm - experimental touch synthesizer

eowave is raising funds for eowave quadrantid swarm - experimental touch synthesizer on Kickstarter! The Quadrantid Swarm encourages you to explore sound design and music with a direct and inspiring set of synthesis and sequencing tools





eowave tells us that the Quadrantid Swarm, (previewed earlier this year), now has a Kickstarter campaign. They say that it is a desktop touch synthesizer aimed at sound designers and musicians who are looking for an expressive tool to explore rich and unusual soundscapes with a direct intuitive approach.

A spokesperson told us, "Past research and development at eowave has contributed to a range of successful products aimed at musicians and performers - including sensor interfaces, MIDI devices, modular synthesizers and more. This has been honed and distilled in the Quadrantid Swarm. It is an instrument that has been designed openly - to be used with MIDI, alongside your modular synthesizer/CV sequencer or to be explored as a standalone drone/sequencer/generative synthesizer."

Pricing and Availability:
From 425€ (RRP: 499€)

More information:

 



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