MacBeth – prototype of a hardware instrument with its own touch keyboard built in

November 19, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Modular synthesis maestro Ken MacBeth, has revealed this yet-unnamed instrument on Facebook this weekend. Of the new design, MacBeth says that it has “four oscillators, two noise generators, one LFO, a dual stage variable filter, four envelope generators, two VCAs (Stereo) and a stereo tape delay”.

It seems that this synth is something that Ken has had in mind for a while, too: “It’s been a long term development over years,” he says. “The micromac series has been designed for those who wish for the vintage ‘Moog-like’ sound – this is a completely different design!”

No news on when we can expect the synth to come to market, but SBC will be monitoring its progress.

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