At Superbooth 16, JoMox was showing one of the most unusual electronic instruments we’ve seen this year, the Akasha Synth.
Akasha is a dodecahedron-shaped instrument, with 12 interacting grids with 5 sides, allowing for 60 interconnections.
Here’s a video demo by JoMox founder Jürgen Michaelis:
In his demo, Michaelis discusses his wide-ranging inspirations for the Akasha Synthesizer, ranging from the Platonic Solids, to neural networks, to the four elements.
The Akasha Synthesizer is a unique prototype. You can find out about the instrument designs of Jürgen Michaelis at the JoMox site.