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Analogue Synth Concept

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Golden_Vimana
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Analogue Synth Concept

My dream product would be a digitally controlled polyphonic 8 voice synth with:

A 64 step sequencer

Built in drum machine engine separate from the synth engine controlled by touch screen virtual pads w/velocity response.

Weighted keys

Opposed to the popular wooden ends seen on many analogue synths, this would have brushed metal ends, with a wooden dashboard for the main control panel, and brushed metal piping/accents on the control panel. All backlit by a soft but electric looking, blue, simular to the DSI tempest.

This would obviously be a pricey synth, but, I'm sure you'd agree it sounds awesome...

 

mikenovation
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Thanks for your input, we have forwarded your requested to the development team.

 

Best regards, 

Golden_Vimana
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mikenovation wrote:

Thanks for your input, we have forwarded your requested to the development team. Best regards, 

 

Awesome! Good to know you guys are really listening to the consumers. One sidenote - the weighted keys part was inspired by my love for the DSI Prophet series. But, if  a synth existed with all those other features I listed, a smaller scale keyboard w/regular non-weighted keys & an obvious octave selector would be sufficient. And also, as I only mentioned it in the title of the forum only, my idea is for this to have ANALOG circutry, with digital controls. Just like the Bass Station II