Anyware Tinysizer – The Jumbo Shrimp Of Modular Synthesizers

Saturday Synth Porn: Here’s a little midget synth porn to get your weekend off to a good start – a promo for the Anyware Instruments Tinysizer, one of the smallest modular synthesizers in the world.

Tinysizer Features:

  • 350 patch sockets, complete modular system.
  • ultra compact, fits to every notebook bag
  • flexible 12 volt lamp
  • full modular plus Midi
  • mic preamp, audio gate, new and modular FX
  • new effects concept
  • new patchmatrix design
  • special power management improves the sound and dynamics of filters and oscillators
  • case material: metal
  • including 40 patch cables, a tiny 12 volt powersupply, swannecklamp and TFT stand
  • compatible with all 1 volt / oct., 5 volt gate synthesizers and modular systems

Modules:

  • 2 X voltage controlled oscillator VCO – Oberheim SEM style
  • 1 X control voltage CV – waveformprocessor – waveshaper
  • 3 X suboscillator
  • 2 X free patchable glide – slewlimiter
  • 3 X low frequency oscillator LFO with 2 speedswitches
  • 1 X voltage controlled filter VCF – State variable, Oberheim SEM style
  • 2 X ADSR envelope generator
  • 1 X envelope follower & audio gate & microphone preamp
  • 1 X DSP effect, reverb & delay
  • 4 X voltage controlled amplifier VCA linear
  • 2 X mixer & inverter & overload
  • 1 X control voltage CV source
  • 4 X CV, 6 X gate, Midi interface
  • 1 X white noise & pink noise
  • 1 X sample & hold – s+h
  • 1 X ringmodulator
  • 11 X patchable auxiliary in & outputs, bi – directional
  • 1 X tiny 12 volt powersupply
  • 3 X multiples

Details are available at the Anywhere site.

7 thoughts on “Anyware Tinysizer – The Jumbo Shrimp Of Modular Synthesizers

  1. So if a Monster Modular is defined as a modular synth that would kill you if it fell on you, can we then say that a Micro Modular is a synth that would be killed if you fell on it? And if so, does this qualify as a Micro Modular?

  2. The exploding circuit boards and animated case opening animations are state of the art.

    But the Smurf knob – that's genius!

  3. @Gordon: Patching is easy, unpatching is even easier, "visual clarity" is about the same as any patchcord modular system.

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