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This is a video demo of the Analogue Solutions Telemetry (Mini Vostok) Analogue Synthesizer. 

Key Features of the Telemetry synthesizer:

  • Pure analogue voice circuitry
  • Patch points to allow more sound types, and to cross-patch with your modular synths
  • Mini Pin Matrix patch panel to eliminate the use of some patch cables
  • Plenty of modulation possibilities
  • Rugged steel construction
  • MIDI In for software sequencer / keyboard control

Specifications:

  • MIDI-CV converter: pitch, auxiliary CV outputs, and Gate.
  • VCO1: CV In, PW In, Sawtooth Out, Square Out.
  • VCO2: CV In, PW In, Sync In, Saw Out, Square Out, 3x Sub VCO Outs.
  • VCLPF: 2x Sig In, 2x CV In, VCA CV In, Sig Out. Moog style transistor ladder filter.
  • VC LFO1: Saw, Inverted Saw, Square, Triangle outs, Freq CV In.
  • LFO2: Triangle and Square Outs.
  • Sample And Hold: Sig In, Clock In, Sig Out.
  • White Noise
  • Envelope: Trig In, Normal and Inverted Outputs. EMS style repeat feature.
  • X/Y non-sprung Joystick
  • 10×10 signal matrix Patch Panel
  • 10 Shorting pins included

The Analogue Solutions Telemetry is priced at £1099 exc. tax & delivery. Details at the Analogue Solutions siteRead more…

 

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Here’s a brief first look at the new Analogue Solutions Leipzig-s analog synthesizer.

Here’s what they have to say about the Leipzig-S:

This beast of a synth represents the latest in Analogue Solutions’ Leipzig line and incorporates a vast number of new features, most notably the 8-step on-board sequencer which can be synced and controlled in a vast number of innovative ways (midi, LFO, VCO, etc.)

This video serves as a first glimpse of the synth – yes, it’s a teaser. The evolving sound uses the Leipzig’s on-board step sequencer, however the pitch of the notes is controlled via MIDI. The sequencer can also be stepped manually via a MIDI keyboard.

Sequencer reset is handled via accent (or using heavy velocity on a MIDI note).

A beat was added to provide some context for the evolving bass line.

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