Stylophone S2 Demo Video Posted

Not terribly enlightening      20/12/12

Everyone is getting excited about the new Stylophone S2 from Dubreq - the original British manufacturers of the Stylophone. With the S2, they've added some proper synthesis features and CV input control

News of the S2, with its synthesis capabilities has been racing cross the interwebs, we're dying to hear what it can do. Unfortunately, this video isn't about to make things all that much clearer.

Hopefully, there will be more to come as the holidays progress, and we'll certainly be doing our best to get hold of one either prior to NAMM or at the show itself.

For more information on the new Dubreq Stylophone S2, stay tuned...

Features:

  • All analogue signal path
  • Classic British 12dB/octave state-variable filter
  • Dual all-transistor voltage controlled oscillators.
  • Sub-oscillators for incredibly fat-bass
  • Aux. input (to use the filter and envelope generator as effects)
  • Eight waveform LFO (low frequency oscillator) with 14 octave range
  • 4x AA cell operation or external DC (mains adapter not included)
  • Main output: 1/4" jack-socket
  • Use internal speaker or headphone amplifier (3.5mm headphone jack)
  • CVI (Control Voltage Input) and Trigger via 3.5mm jack sockets
  • Unique illuminated speaker detail spins to show LFO speed

 

 

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