UPDATE: it appears its call the Fusebox - and is a 3 osc Multi-mode filter, arpeggiator, what looks like a simple sequencer and built-in MIDI CV controller.
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Analogue Solutions have been steadily gaining a reputation for creating impressive analogue instruments. Recent converts include Marc Doty who was clearly impressed with the Nyborg 12 and MegaCity Sequencer combo. Referring to the tone of it in his Youtube video series.
Analogue Solutions have been teasing something new and from the image we've seen, it looks like an all in one synth voice. With PWM prominently displayed - jolly good. And its bright orange too - in the timeless words of the 1990s UK Mobile phone ad campaign - "The future's bright, the future's orange".
We're hoping to see what it is as we'll be at the Synthesea event in Hastings this weekend (11th June) and Tom from Analogue Solutions has promised us a rundown of the new synth. Incidentally editor Nick Batt will also be performing a live set there.
The first standalone semi-modular from Pittsburgh Modular