MESSE12: MFB Dominion X

Programmable Analogue Synthesizer from MFB      23/03/12

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3:39 mins

Andreas Schneider from Alex4 (a new distribution company from Berlin) shows us the Dominion X desktop style analogue synth.

 

  • Programmable Analogue Synthesizer
  • 3 VCOs with wave shaping and ring modulation
  • Dual-Sync and Dual-FM Features
  • 6-Fold multimode-filter including 3 low pass configurations with 12/18/24 dB
  • Patch-selection for external CV/Gate Control
  • Velocity routing matrix with 11 destinations
  • 3 LFOs with 2 LFOs offering one-shot-modes and reset
  • Expected retail price around €780


 

 

Rob H

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8 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
   Said...

Video not found :-(

23-Mar-12 03:39 PM


steve gilbert    Said...

no video...Nick...stop eating that pizza and fix it up!

23-Mar-12 03:46 PM


PizzaHead    Said...

Yes Nick, forget your fu..ing Pizza show us the video!

23-Mar-12 05:56 PM


Redwalks    Said...

Yay..it`s working now !! :-)

24-Mar-12 04:13 PM


dimple    Said...

MFB should get a new salesman.

25-Mar-12 05:41 AM


Nick B    Said...

Mr MFB was there, but wouldnt go on camera. He would be the best. Andreas was not familliar with the new synth as it had only been brought for the show.

25-Mar-12 02:30 PM


speelycaptor    Said...

It wasn't quite clear to me wether it has the "shipman" filter design or not? Great synth though and just from the featureset i take this over a minitaur and Minibrute any day.

26-Mar-12 07:52 AM


frb    Said...

Its absolutely necessary this ugly sequencer fucking in the back all the interview ?? SOMETIMES PEOPLE BECOME MAD

29-Mar-12 05:57 PM


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