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Neon Indian created this video to introduce the new PAL198X – a custom synth that was created in cahoots with weapons manufacturer and boutique synth maker Bleep Labs.

Filmed at the Static Tongues Amplidrome Facility, Arctic Circle, Earth.

I don’t know what the **** I just saw, but I think I need one of these things.

The limited edition mini analog synthesizer is based on the Bleep Labs Pico Paso, with a few modifications, designed by Dr. Bleep and Alan Palomo of Neon Indian.

The biggest addition are swappable controls which allow you to attach the included potentiometers or photocells (or a number of other devices we’ll post about later) in any configuration to the three oscillators to create all kinds of triangle wave chaos.

  • Two triangle wave oscillators which can be activated independently or together, modulating each other.
  • Square LFO which affects the amplitude of both triangle oscillators.
  • 1/4? out.
  • Screw terminals allow any resistive device to control the pitch of the three oscillators.
  • 9v battery powered.

The PAL198X synth is available in the $49.99 limited edition Era Extraña package from Neon Indian.

 

9 Responses to “The Neon Indian Pal198X – And What Will It Do Your Brain”  

  1. 1 diabolik!

    looks like a synzetory video

  2. 2 Chris

    That's awesome!

  3. 3 mghvdeli

    This is glitchy beyond the Pole's very watchable (and listenable) vids. I like the aesthetic, in small doses though.

  4. 4 Patrick

    LOL "Wtf i just saw" is a great statement!

    omg they are watching, they are listening, i'm f'n paranoid :p

  5. 5 MirlitronOne

    The glitchy video just put me off.

  6. 6 gerri scotti

    I hate neon indian, love the NEON FONZIE though

  7. 7 manza

    da ha ha….funny, but too long!

  8. 8 Hashua

    Holy shit this is great marketing, love it. If you don’t like this you’re stupid. And I hate you.

  9. 9 David D.L.

    i really love the video’s nod to those eerie Dharma Station videos from Lost, with the film crapping out and the audio warping all the time…Great Marketing indeed

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