New Super 6 - 12 Voice Polysynth From UDO Audio

UI Design by Axel Hartmann too      24/04/19

New Super 6  - 12 Voice Polysynth From UDO Audio

Bristol based UDO, founded by George Hearn (the guy behind the Modal 008 analog poly) have just let a few details of their first synth to be released prior to Superbooth. The Super 6 is a 12 voice hybrid poly with UI by Axel Hartmann. These guys are based just down the road from us so we hope to get to see it soon, if not before Superbooth (9th May), then shortly after.

There are only a couple of images available as yet, but more will be coming really soon.

UDO Super 6 Synthesizer

UDO is a new musical instrument company. We are a collaboration of engineers, designers and musicians dedicated to making powerful and intuitive instruments.

We are excited to announce the Super 6, a 12-voice polyphonic Binaural Analog-Hybrid Synthesizer with super-wave technology, created by our founder and designer George Hearn. 
UDO will be at Superbooth 2019, find us at stand W377.

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