Gotharman deMOON Synthesizer (2nd Run Sneak Preview)

Boutique synthesizer manufacturer Gotharman has announced a 2nd run of the deMOON synthesizer.

The video offers a preview of the Gotharman deMOON synth. Details below.

Pricing and availability are to be announced. 

Features (Preliminary):

  • 4-note polyphonic Oscillators with continuously variable waveforms, wave-shape modulation, fm and pwm which works on all waveforms.
  • 4 high quality unique sounding analog-modelled bpf/lpf/hpf/bpf8/add filters.
  • Granulator effect.
  • 5 distortion types.
  • 4 LFO’s with continuously variable waveforms, waveshape modulation and rate modulation.
  • 2 envelopes.
  • Filter random generator.
  • Various control sources for every parameter.
  • Note randomizer.
  • 32-step step sequencer which is MIDI-syncable, has one note track, one velocity track and one controller track, has realtime transpose, and a keyboard (arpeggiator) mode, in which, you can gate and transpose the sequence via a connected MIDI-keyboard.
  • Storage of 128 sounds and sequences in eeproms. No need to worry about changing back-up batteries.
  • Direct MIDI-control of most parameters. Writes parameter name and value in display.
  • Boxed small and compact – easily portable.

3 thoughts on “Gotharman deMOON Synthesizer (2nd Run Sneak Preview)

  1. As far as I know the DeMoon was/is one of the few (if not the only?) hardware synthesizers featuring granular synthesis. I think it's a bit of a shame that hardware synth manufacturers still try to emulate analogue sounds over and over again instead of providing hands-on control for synthesis methods that can only be executed by digital processors.

    At least they tried to do something different with the DeMoon – even though it looks ugly and doesn't have many knobs (which makes you wonder why one should not just continue using software)…

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