Portable Tracker, Sequencer & Synthesizer

DirtyWave's M8 is available for preorder      19/04/21

DirtyWave tells us that their first product, M8 Tracker, is available for preorder. They describe it as an 8 track handheld/portable synthesizer/sampler/sequencer tracker, with proper MIDI input/output implementation and the whole lot. Here's the official word from DirtyWave...

Portable tracker sequencer and synthesizer M8 is powered by the Teensy micro-controller and inspired with love from the renowned Gameboy tracker Little Sound DJ. Featuring 8 tracks of freely assignable instruments capable of a wide range of sounds including waveform synthesis, FM, virtual analog, sample playback, and MIDI output.

Sequencer Specifications

  • 8 Monophonic Tracks/Voices
  • 255 Patterns/Phrases & chains
  • 256 Instrument Tables for advanced modulation
  • 128 Instruments per song
  • Song Arranger with Live mode
  • Instantaneous song recall
  • Full MIDI input & Output support

 

Instruments & Effects

  • Wavsynth - Classic console & computer chip emulation.
  • Macrosynth - Based on Mutable Instruments Braids
  • FM - 4 OP 12 algorithm with feedback per operator.
  • Sampler - 8/16/24 bit mono and full stereo wav format.
  • MIDI Instruments with 10 user definable CCs.
  • Global reverb, chorus, delay and a master bus limiter.
  • Sample recording and song rendering/bouncing.
  • No sample memory or length limitation.

 

Hardware Specifications

  • 3.5mm TRS MIDI (Type A or Type B) input and output.
  • Stereo audio input and Headphone/main output
  • USB MIDI and Audio compliant (Micro-USB)
  • SDHC Micro SD slot for storage
  • 1200mAh USB rechargeable battery - up to 6 hours use.
  • High quality 2.8" IPS display with capacitive touch
  • Dimensions: 96mm x 133mm x 18~20mm

Pricing and Availability:
Available for preorder at $450. Shipping starts in July/August

More information:

 



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