Analogue Solutions Intros Nyborg-24 Synthesizer


Analogue Solutions has introduced the Nyborg-24 analog synthesizer – a new design that they say features ‘retro analogue voice and modulation circuits to give an authentic retro sound’.

Here’s their official video intro:

The track in the intro video was made entirely with the Nyborg-24 synthesizer (sans drums).


  • 24 db/oct analogue filter
  • Complex modulation routings
  • Rack Mountable
  • Full rugged steel/aluminum case
  • Smooth potentiometers, fully sealed against dust
  • Quality knobs with spun aluminum caps
  • High grade double sided circuit board
  • High Quality 16bit DAC for MIDI-CV conversion
  • Very stable MIDI to CV
  • Very stable analogue oscillators
  • Hand built
  • True retro analogue voice and modulation circuits to give an authentic retro sound

Details on Nyborg-12 pricing and availability are to come. See the Analogue Solutions site for more info.

12 thoughts on “Analogue Solutions Intros Nyborg-24 Synthesizer

  1. Analogue Solutions takes their product demos seriuosly. They have the best sounds and most professional audio and video productions. Compared to the bigger companies like roland and yamaha that mostly puts out crap, and smaller companys like make noise that films their harsh sounding demoes on handheld cameras, AS always deliver tasteful sounds! Keep it up!

  2. the bass sound at 1.20 is magnificent!

    quality track too which shows off the synth really well! wish guys like Roland would pay attention to this demo instead of the Tibbs complete rubbish we have to trawl thru

  3. Interested. Would like to see what’s different versus the twelve.

    Price point and form factor is the same as a sem so you’d hope it would be pretty killer to compete. Sounds like it might be.

  4. What a demo tune. Sounds like a lost Construction Time Again era Depeche Mode track. Not matter what you’re feeling on DM, they’ve never been at a loss for great synthesizer sounds.

    I would absolutely make out with this synth.

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