Dreadbox Unveils New Typhon Analog Synth

US Sinevibes FX too - we had a jam..      26/06/20

Dreadbox Unveils New Typhon Analog Synth


Another synth from the folks at Dreadbox - this one is called Typhon, and combines the core Dreadbox analog goodness, combined with 12 DSP FX (over 3 slots) from Sinevibes. This is not a new concept for Dreadbox, the NYX series of synths used 3rd party algorithms to add to the sonics of the core Dreadbox oscillators and filter.

TYPHON is not different, but with a reworked UI and OLED LCD, it combines analog controls with patch storage. The TYPHON is USB powered and price is going to be €349 euros,

We had a quick play with the one that arrived a couple of days back for this weeks, Friday Fun. Full review coming soon.

Features

  • - Analog USB powered mono synth 
  • - 2 dreadbox VCO's 
  • - 4pole Low pass filter
  • - 12 DSP effects (high quality 32bit @ 96kHz) by Sinevibes
  • - 32 step note sequencer
  • - 3 modulators with 4 different modes (LFO, EG, random, step sequencer)  and multiple active targets 
  • - 2 extra envelope generators for the VCF and the Amp
  • - Advanced easy hardware control, that allows people with minimal synthesis knowledge to comfortable work with it
  • - 256 presets 
  • - Full midi and CC implementation over DIN5 socket or USB
  • - A Type A to Type B USB cable is included  (the power plug is not included)

Available soon from your usual Dreadbox suppliers.

https://www.dreadbox-fx.com/


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