WNAMM10: Mungo Digital Modular Polysynth

State Zero - massive modular polysynth      20/01/10

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11:24 mins

Now this is a bit of a treat, the creators of the Mungo Sync - which was essentially a big red sync button to act as a master clock - looked great btw.

 

Their latest release takes things up a level or ten. Its the Mungo State Zero which is a four osc, four envelope, four filter, well specified modular, patchable 8-voice synthesizer - but with digital control. 

Its massive and remembers all knob and patch chord positions, allowing sounds to be recalled without re-patching - it remembers what connections were made and patches them internally.

 

Before you reach for the credit card, better check your funds - its $12k

 

 

 


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