Dubreq released this video, offering a first look at the new Stylophone S2 analog synthesizer.
The new Dubreq Stylophone S2 takes the basic idea of the Stylophone, a stylus-played instrument that uses a printed circuit board as the keyboard, and turns it into a fully spec’d analogue synthesizer.
- The Stylophone S2 features the traditional Stylophone metal keyboard, but 3 octaves long and playable with an included wire-free stylus or by finger touch.
- Portable (308mm X 120mm X 26mm and less than 1kg/2lbs in weight).
- +/- 2 octave shifter
- All analogue signal path
- British style 12dB/octave state-variable filter
- Dual all-transistor voltage controlled oscillators
- Sub-oscillators for ‘super-fat’ bass
- Eight waveform LFO with a 14 octave range
- An auxiliary-input to use the filter and envelope-generator for other instruments
- 1/4” output jack socket
- Internal speaker and headphone socket
- CV and Trigger input sockets.
The Stylophone S2 is priced at £299 UKP or $479 USD. More details are to come, via the Stylophone2 site.