Hardware Tool For Exploratory Sound Synthesis

US OVUM gives direct control of five independent triangle-core oscillators      28/03/23

Hardware Tool For Exploratory Sound Synthesis


Crows Electromusic, a new synth company from Vancouver, Canada, has introduced OVUM, a standalone all-analog tool for exploratory sound synthesis. With individual controls for each function, OVUM gives direct control of five independent triangle-core oscillators. The company says that the instrument's unique un-quantized interface is perfect for exploring pure tones, drones, and microtonal sound textures.

A spokesperson told us,"During development of OVUM we've had the pleasure of handing the instrument to people who've never touched a synth in their life - and then watch their eyes light up as they discover how easy it is to make strange and beautiful sounds when they're unconstrained by conventional time signatures and musical scales. We think people of all ages, musical abilities, and experience levels are going to love this instrument."

Features:

        • 100% analog circuitry
        • Five voices
        • Triangle and square wave triangle-core oscillators
        • One-control-per-function interface
        • Unique control system
        • Fully standalone, just add headphones
        • Wood and aluminium enclosure
        • USB powered
        • Made in Canada

Crows Electromusic was started by Cory Alder in 2022. Crows' goal is to develop new hardware instruments that challenge the established ways we interact with sound and music creation.

Pricing and Availability:
OVUM is available now for $129

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