Greece, while known for its synth players - at least one synth player - Vangelis - possibly THE most famous synthesizer player in the world EVER, but actual instruments, thats a different matter. We spotted these Freaqbox Murmux Synthesizers after a tip off from Richard Nichol of Pittsburgh Modular, down in Hall E. One thing that was particularlty groovy was the tweed cloth covering front and back - most unusual.
There are three models - the Murmux Initiate:
2 Voltage Controlled (VC) oscillators with suboctave Saw and square wave4-pole Resonant VC Low Pass FilterTriangle wave LFO modulationVC Amp2 Envelopes - 1 for the Amp & 1 for the FilterExternal Audio InputControlable via Midi Keyboard or Analog Keyboard (CV Gate)
Murmux Semi Modular:
2 Voltage Controlled (VC) oscillators with suboctave
Saw and Square wave with 4 octaves control
White Noise Generator
Sample & Hold, Attenuator
Patchable Inputs: Clock In (4 stage mode)
Osc1, Osc2, Filter, Amp, CVs
Patchable Outputs: 4 stage mode, LFO, Envelope Generator
White Noise, Osc1 saw + square
Triangle wave LFO modulation
4 step modulator
2 Envelopes - 1 for the Amp & 1 for the Filter
External Audio Input
Controlable via Midi Keyboard or
Analog Keyboard (CV Gate)
Murmux Pedal Synth - this is a bass pedal with hand carved keyboard and what looks like a cross between the Initiate and the Semi Modular synth structure in a floor unit.
Prices are $869 for the Murmux Initiate, $1365 for the Semi Modular and $2650 for the Pedal Synth.
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