WNAMM09: John Bowen's Solaris Nears Production

Hardware tweaks, new colour      26/01/09

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4:38 mins

We've had a keen interest in the new Solaris hardware polysynth from synth designer John Bowen since we first saw it at ladt years MESSE. His pedigree goes way back to working with Dave Smith at SCI amongst others. In more recent years, he worked on designing synthesizers on the Scope and Pulsar platforms from CreamWare, which he now has ported over to his new hardware synth whilst making many drastic improvements. Scheduled for production in March of this year, we should start seeing them in the stores later this year. We caught up with him at his stand.


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