Anushri – analog kit synthesizer from Mutable Instruments comming soon

November 1, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Analog monosynth with sequencer and lo-fi drum machine

Analog synthesizer with primary VCO and secondary digital square oscillator

Saw-core VCO with temperature compensation and accurate tracking over 5 octaves.
Optional software-controlled tuning to increase stability and accuracy.
Sawtooth and square waveforms, with adjustable pulse-width and pulse-width modulation.
Waveform mixer.
-1 or -2 octaves sub-oscillator.
Secondary digital square oscillator (2.5 MHz programmable interval timer) available as a linear FM source, a VCO sync signal, or an additional audio source sent to the mixer along with the VCO.
Mixer with external audio input.
12dB/octave multimode filter (LP/BP/HP), with sine-wave self-oscillation.
Post-filter overdrive/fuzz circuit.
Linear VCA.

Digitally controlled modulation sources

1 main ADSR routable to pitch, pulse-width, cutoff frequency. Segment time: 1ms to 12s.
1 simple 1-parameter envelope (morphing through various stages, including the shape of the main ADSR, and a rigid “GATE” style envelope) routed to VCA.
Velocity routed to either cutoff frequency of VCA gain (adjustable level).
1 LFO routable to pitch, pulse-width and cutoff frequency ; with 8 waveforms (triangle, square, ascending and descending ramps, S&H, bernouilli process, piecewise linear random process, noise). Frequency: 0.06 Hz to 100 Hz. Syncable to arpeggiator/sequencer clock.
1 triangle LFO for vibrato and/or growl controlled by the modulation wheel.
CV Resolution: 16-bit internal, 12-bit external, 2.45kHz refresh rate.

Arpeggiator and sequencer

Arpeggiator with 4 modes (up, down, up&down, random) ; 1 to 2 octaves ; 6 patterns and “acidity” setting adding accents/slides. Latch/hold mode.
SH-101-style note sequencer with step by step recording, up to 128 notes. Along with notes, rests, ties, glides and accents can be recorded.
Tempo set by internal clock (40-240 BPM) with shuffle, external MIDI clock or external 6/12/24 ppqn trigger.
Keyboard transposition of sequence during playback.

Drum machine

Algorithmic drum pattern generator using an innovative “pattern sculpting” approach. Drum patterns are “sculpted” with 5 knobs.
Drum sounds can be freely triggered from an external sequencer using MIDI channel 10.
x0x-style programming from a MIDI keyboard to override the algorithmic pattern generator.
Digital sound synthesis of analog-style BD / SD / HH sounds with tone control.
Bit-crusher.
Audio resolution: 10 MHz, 1-bit (equivalent to 8-bit, 39kHz).

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