Componental introduces Dubby

US An open-source quadrophonic musical power-tool      25/03/24

Componental introduces Dubby


Componental, a Copenhagen-based outfit, have announced Dubby, a new open-source device that seems similar in scope to Critter & Guitari's Organelle or ZynthianLabs' Zynthian, in that it can be anything - a synth, effect or presumably, exciting combination of the two.

Dubby is a quadrophonic musical power tool built with the highest quality audio components and a fully customizable software environment.

Today, your favourite reverb and delay effect, tomorrow, a dripping 303-style acid bassline generator!

From their website, it looks as if they are a passionate and talented team, so we look forward to hearing the musical possibilities of the device. Apparently, Componental will be releasing plug-in versions of some of their original algorithms, so that you can "try before you buy" - a nice touch!

Posted by MagicalSynthAdventure an expert in synthesis technology from last Century and Amiga enthusiast.



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