Analogue Solutions Station X Mini Modular Synthesizer

Analogue Solutions has introduced Station X – a new “mini-modular” synthesiser.

Here’s what they have to say about the Station X synthesizer:

It contains all the essential ingredients to form complete synth patches. Think of it as a mini Red Square or Tereshkova (two other, larger modular synths we produce). In fact, a mini Red Square is a good analogy. If has the same filter and similar key features (though Red Square is 2 VCO). Station X is ideal for beginners who want to dip their toes into the world of modular synths, the travelling producer who wants to take a true analogue modular synth around to different sessions, or home musician who perhaps is limited for space.

Here’s a short video of the Station X synth in action:

http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=NHy8qHoFzAc

Station X Synthesizer Features:

  • Pure analogue voice circuitry
  • Fully patchable
  • Compact modular synth
  • Available as a module (without case)
  • Plenty of modulation possibilities
  • Rugged steel construction.
  • MIDI In for software sequencer / keyboard control.

Station X is available cased or as a module, starting at £299. The handle is optional.

8 thoughts on “Analogue Solutions Station X Mini Modular Synthesizer

  1. i need to switch to something hardware like this synth,because the softsynth i use in ABLETON LIVE 8 are poor quality. i need a professional sounding synth.

    1. Confusion ? You're not prepared for the XXI century, boy ! You are not elected, sorry, weak brain. xstation stationx whats the diference hahahahaha.

  2. I calculated that one would save around £80-£100 on each of the units compared to the cumulative prices of buying the respective modules individually… worth considering if – like me – one is toying with the idea of building up a modular synth…

  3. Yes – looks good at the price.

    Not sure about the VCO1 label, though. Also, setting up the panel to match a standard patchflow would have been nice.

    Anybody know if this is normalized internally?

    And is that a S&H on the right side?

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