Vintage-Style Analog Drum Synthesizer

AVP Synth's 7-channel ADS-7 has a built-in 32-step sequencer and MIDI control      10/07/18

AVP Synth describes their new ADS-7 as an analog drum synthesizer inspired by the drum machines/synthesizers of the 70s-80s with a built-in 32-step sequencer and MIDI control. It is assembled in Moscow/Russia using discrete components and OTA chips. They tell us that it has 65 controls, 4 switches and 28 buttons with which you can have a wide control over the sound parameters, sequencer and MIDI. It has individual audio outputs and individual trigger inputs for each of the seven sounds.


Specifications

  •  Fully analog, discreet components
  • 7 individual sound channels: BD, Clap, OH/CH (choking on/off function), 3 separate Generators (GEN) with Band-pass and Low-pass filter options
  • 65 knobs/controls for different sound shaping options: from standard noise to metallic tones
  • 16/32 step analog sequencer
  • Ability to clock external gear with the sequencer
  • Up to 32 steps preset loading/saving slots
  • MIDI In/MIDI Out
  • 3.5 mm individual triggers
  • Stereo/individual 6.3 mm outputs for each sound plus 1 trigger out
  • Steel casing
  • Dimensions: L330xW250xH140 mm
  • Weight: 3.5 kg (without power supply)
  • 15 VAC 220v power supply (included)

 

Pricing and Availability:

770 EURO including registered shipping

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