At Superbooth 17, Novation has introduced the Peak synthesizer – an 8-voice polyphonic synthesizer that combines some of the best aspects of traditional analog synth design with a new type of digital oscillator and digital effects.
We had a chance to take an early look at the Peak, and got an overview of the new synth from Novation’s Enrique Martinez. In the video above, Martinez introduces the Peak, gives an overview of its architecture and discusses the technology behind Peak’s New Oxford Oscillator design.
In part 2 of our in-depth overview, below, Martinez goes deeper into the features of the Peak, talks modulation options, effects and more:
In the final video, below, Martinez talks about the arpeggiator, swing, connectivity and more:
More technical details are available at the Novation site.
Pricing and Availability
The Novation Peak is priced at: US $1299.99 ex. tax; Germany = €1429.99 inc. 19% VAT; & UK = £1249.99 inc. 20% VAT. It will be available worldwide in May 2017.
A Peak Stand is will also be available in late 2017, priced at: US = $99.99 ex. tax; Germany = €114.99 inc. 19% VAT: & UK = £99.99 inc. 20% VAT.