MESSE10:Radikal Technologies Accelerator

New synth goodness from Spectralis makers      29/03/10

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4:6 mins

Had quite  a lot of requests for this one, and not surprisingly - the Spectralis sounded awesome - we've been treated to several demos over the years and they all had lots of width and range and stuff like that.

 

The arrival of this new keyboard has surprised even Jorg (its inventor), having been realized in under 3 months, from NAMM it was a cardboard mockup, to a working prototype is pretty incredible. 

This guy I guess could be thought of as a Spectralis lite, although the DSP code has been completely written custom for this synth, there is undoubtedly some similarity to the sound - and once again it sounded very full phat.

8 subtractive analogue voices come as standard with a dual mode for two part multi-timbrality. Check the Press Release for more details.

 

 

 


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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Marc JX8P    Said...

Very cool! Not sure about the practicality of the 3d sensor, but who knows what some people will do with it live. In any case, it sounds and looks great!

29-Mar-10 12:51 PM


Joerg Schaaf    Said...

sound matters... http://www.joergschaaf.de/ACC_DEMO.mp3

22-Apr-10 08:39 AM


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