LNDSXPO 2024: PWM Mantis Now Quad Voice

US Imagine our surprise      17/03/24

Paul from PWM provided an update on the progress of their Mantis synthesizer at The London Synth and Pedal Expo. The Mantis is now at version 1 firmware and will be mass-produced this month, with shipping expected to begin next month.

The synthesizer will feature 100 presets, including contributions from Torsten from Tangerine Dream, Paul Hartnell from Blush Response, and Daniel Fisher of Sweetwater. Paul mentioned that the Mantis will likely be available in shops in May, with a showcase planned for Superbooth.

Paul highlighted the unique features of the Mantis, including the ability to add positive and negative harmonics when shaping sounds, a wavetable with 7 segments for added sonic capabilities, and dual filters that can create a range of effects in quad mode. He also explained that the synthesizer can now produce four full notes in quad mode, giving the impression of 12 oscillators working together. More information 

https://www.1pwm.com/

 



< More From: PWM
Even more news...


 

Get Our Newsletter


More...

Featured Video

Brand new super-synth from UDO


Featured Video

Virtual knobs and jacks controlling over 160 virtual modules


Featured Video

Now ready for preorder


Featured Video

The sampler pedal that listens and moves with you


Featured Video

The Mantis has arrived


Featured Video

Bi-timbral noise-based soft synth with a wide range of possibilities


6 Instruments Fatally Flawed at Release 

These synths took a little time to reach their potential


5 MORE Firmware Updates that Totally Changed the Game 

Part 2 on revisions that made synths into brand new machines


Computer Music Chronicles: The Amiga as a Guitar Pedal 

Older Music Machines & the People Who Still Use Them


New developments for Waldorf's M 

Waldorf's hybrid synth has quite the development story


The Magic of 1980's Pinball Soundtracks 

Suzanne Ciani's captivating sci-fi soundscape


Modal Is Back - Restructuring Complete 

Website up - Modal app support back too