Dreadbox Intros The Murmux Initiate Analog Synthesizer

murmux-initiate-synthesizer

Dreadbox has introduced the Murmux Initiate – a vintage style analog synthesizer, “Suitable for beginners in the Analog Synthesis”, according to the company.

Here’s a video preview of the Murmux Initiate:

Features:

  • Full Analog Vintage Monophonic Synthesizer
  • Fat bass sounds
  • 2 Voltage Controlled (VC) oscillators with suboctave
  • Saw and square wave
  • 4-pole Resonant VC Low Pass Filter
  • Triangle wave LFO modulation
  • VC Amp
  • 2 Envelopes – 1 for the Amp & 1 for the Filter
  • External Audio Input
  • Controlable via Midi Keyboard or Analog Keyboard (CV Gate)
  • Completely Handmade, everything crafted by hand, with love
  • Electronics by Freqbox and enclosure by Black Science
  • Easy to use

The Murmux Initiate Analog Synthesizer is priced at $835 and is expected to be available in about 60 days.

Note: Freaqbox has changed their name to Dreadbox due to trademark issues.
For more info visit www.dreadbox-fx.com.

10 thoughts on “Dreadbox Intros The Murmux Initiate Analog Synthesizer

  1. I saw this and thought- PAiA Fatman, a couple pieces of plywood, tweed jacket from the thrift store, and a couple hours of soldering time= a few hundred dollars left in your bank account.

    Nothing against the folks making these- all the best to them, and the bass pedal one is pretty cool!

  2. I like the appearance and interface and the sound is alright for a simple synth, but I doubt the price will make me want it more than saving my coins for something more substantial.

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