JoMoX announces the new polyphonic analogue Sunsyn

     11/12/99

JoMoX announces the new polyphonic analogue Sunsyn



On the 22. Nov 99 the german company JoMoX (Airbase, XBase 09) announced the new SunSyn via Internet. This is the first polyphonic analogue synthesizer from europe for 15 years. Each voice four oscillators: two analogue VCOs and two so called RCOs (analogue controlled digital oscillators (Ramp Controlled Oscillator)). It has been compared with a modular system like Doepfer. Each voice has 4 analogue ┬┤routing elements┬┤, with which everything can be connected to everything that exists in the modulation world. With an extreme resonance, superdeep bass-sweeps can be produced with the free configurable 4-pole-filter. The instrument has a large number of controls and full MIDI-implementation. The first series of Synsun will be delivered around March 2000. Orders will be accepted right now. Demos and a RealAudio Live Presentation can be downloaded from the Jomox webserver in Berlin. Price: 6499.- German Marks (app.: $US 3200) Tom Finegan

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