New Framework For Building DIY Synthesizers

Syntaxis micromodular uses ready-made subcircuits      13/10/20

Syntaxis micromodular is a new framework for building DIY synthesizers out of ready-made subcircuits, which are available in the form of micromodules sharing uniform signal and control voltage standard.

Aspokesperson told us, "All products are conceived, designed, developed, and produced in Poland in collaboration with top analog electronics experts. Despite keeping prices as low as possible, no compromise regarding sound quality is made."


The video shows a Simple demo of the basic starter kit (uVCO, uVCF, uVCA, uLFO,  uADSR & uPSU).

Pricing and Availability:
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