Analogue Solutions Shipping Moog-Inspired Nyborg-24 Synthesizer

nyborg-24-synthesizerAnalogue Solutions has announced that it’s now shipping the Nyborg-24 synthesizer — a  Moog-inspired analog synth module.

The Nyborg-24 is an analog synth voice that features a Moog-style 4-pole 24dB/octave low-pass filter. It shares many features with the Nyborg-12, except that the ’12 features an ‘Oberheim SEM-style’ filter.

Both offer two analog VCO’s, a VCF, two EG’s, an LFO, noise generator, sub osc, sample & hold and a MIDI to CV convertor.

Here is the official intro video:

Features:

  • Full rugged steel/aluminium case – no plastic mouldings
  • Good quality potentiometers, fully sealed against dust
  • Good quality knobs with spun aluminium caps
  • High grade double sided circuit board
  • High Quality 16bit DAC for MIDI-CV conversion
  • Stable MIDI to CV
  • Stable analogue oscillators
  • Analog voice and modulation circuits designed to deliver retro sound

Nyborg-24 is available directly from Analogue Solutions for £499.00 GBP (plus tax and delivery) or through authorized dealers. Optional rack ears (£19.00 GBP, plus tax and delivery) and wooden side panels (£39.00 GBP, plus tax and delivery) are also available

19 thoughts on “Analogue Solutions Shipping Moog-Inspired Nyborg-24 Synthesizer

    1. I really like the sound of my Semblance but definitely wouldn’t describe the build quality as “excellent”. Poti caps scratching the surface, audio bleed through of the oscillators and a limited responding LFO range knob would rather stand for a “mediocre” build quality, especially considering the price. Anyway, great sounding synth with a lot of character…

  1. “High grade double sided circuit board”

    Why is the number of sides the circuit board has considered a selling point? And I find it odd that despite the quality enclosure, knobs and potentiometers, the 3.5mm jacks appear to be PCB mounted and made of plastic. Also the “real analogue voice & modulation circuits” printed on the bottom is some real tacky, obnoxious analog snobbery at its finest.

    Nice sounding synth though.

    1. Before I made the switch to marketing (Moog, Vo-96 etc) I spent 10 years as a printed circuit designer in the industrial computer industry, and quite a few more as a manufacturing and engineering manager in the CATV electronics industry (1GHz analog). The number of layers is not necessarily a selling point if you’re talking about the difference between 2, 4, 6, and 8 layer boards; just an indication of circuit complexity and/or how tight things are packed.

      The difference between single and double sided is a different story though. Single sided generally (maybe always) does not use plated thru-holes, and by definition only has a pad on one side. There is much less to anchor the the solder joint to the board. Lifted pads and other failures are much more common.

      1. double-sided may not have plated though holes either,
        and there is a question of the quality of the board raw material, cheesy fiberglass or high quality g10

        My big thing is how well they clean the board after soldering, that is where I see the biggest quality issues

  2. Damn, that’s a nice sounding synthesizer. If someone can tell me which late 80s Depeche Mode b-side the music in the video is reminding me of, I’d greatly appreciate it.

    INAM (I’m not a marketer) but :
    * Good quality potentiometers, fully sealed against dust
    * Good quality knobs with spun aluminium caps
    * High grade double sided circuit board
    * High Quality 16bit DAC for MIDI-CV conversion

    Makes me think the pots and the knobs are of a lesser relative quality than the circuit board and DAC. Just me?

    1. If someone can tell me which late 80s Depeche Mode b-side the music in the video is reminding me of, I’d greatly appreciate it.

      Yeah it’s a pretty nice riff isn’t it? I think it kinda sounds a little like every song on the “Violator” album – but maybe it even sounds a little Vince Clarkey too, probably thanks to that tubby, detuned sawtooth bass.

      1. My point is that, at first glance, it looks like a small modular Moog. People might buy one online thinking it’s a modular synth.

  3. I’m impressed with the bass sounds that come out of Analogue Solutions gear.

    It has that certain something. That…

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