Perceptron - A New Analog Synth

AtomoSynth introduces an analog semi-modular synthesizer with a large patchbay      30/10/19

Peru-based AtomoSynth has introduced Perceptron, an analog semi-modular synthesizer. They tell us that  its large patchbay lets you experiment and create not only a great variety of interesting and strange sounds but also classic warm analog sounds. It has an internal normalized patch so you can play it by USB MIDI, 5 pin MIDI or by CV/gate without any patch cable connected. AtomoSynth says that it also features a modulable delay effect for the final touch to your sound.

Specs:

  • Voltage controlled oscillator with pulse and saw wave forms.
  • Pulse width modulation control.
  • Square wave Sub oscillator.
  • Low Frequency Oscillator with triangle and square waveforms.
  • Voltage controlled Filter with Low pass and High pass simultaneous inputs.
  • Voltage mixer with positive or negative offset control.
  • Loopeable AR type envelope generator.
  • ADSR type envelope generator.
  • Built in modulable Delay effect.
  • Patch bay with 16 inputs and 16 outputs.
  • Midi and USB MIDI to CV/gate interface with 2 CV configurable outputs.
  • Random voltage generator assignable to CV out 2.
  • Dimensions: 322mm (W), 214mm (H), 76mm (D)

 

Pricing and Availability:
Available Soon.
Price: US$399.00 free shipping worldwide by EMS.

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