We had the teaser, which did leave a lot to the imagination to be honest. But today Greek synth manufacturer Dreadbox reveal the true identity of the Nymphes Synthesizer.
And that is that it is an analog programmable polysynth, with 6 voices, 1 multi-wave VCO per voice with a sub oscillator.
It has a "lush digital reverb" this time developed by Dreadbox themselves - are they working up their digital chops then?
It does seem closer to the Typhon, though without the display and what appears to be a shift key and mode driven multi-function type of parameter access - we'll need to get our hands on it to figure out how that is in use.
Full feature set is:
Price in Europe will be €499 (inc VAT) which is a pretty competitive price for Dreadbox gear.
Additionally, the Nymphes is dedicated to "all abused and oppressed women" - go Dreadbox!
More information as we get it - we will be visiting Dreadbox as a matter of urgency at Superbooth this week. Stay tuned for more news...
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