Jomox Intros M.Brane11 Analog Membrane Modeling Synthesizer


2010 NAMM Show: Jomox has announced the M.Brane11 Analog Membrane Modeling synthesizer.

Here’s a demo of the M.Brane11 in action. All sounds are 100% M.Brane11:


The unit will be available in March/April. Pricing is TBA.


Two analog T-bridge oscillators become electronic membranes.

Why? Because they can be coupled.

And because their dampening can be controlled.

Then add a little noise, add a little envelope, and the brand new electronic percussion synthesizer of Jomox is ready.

But because this would have just been too simple, everything is storeable again and controllable by Midi.

You can use this small box either in a live setup driven by a hardware sequencer or in a production as very versatile synth in order to create incredible analog electronic percussions.


  • Instrument –  Percussion Synthesizer
  • Membrane Oscillators – 2 T-OSC, each of tune and dampening adjustable, both couplings in either direction adjustable
  • Presets – 110 (10 User RAM, 100 FLASH)
  • Sound Engine – Fully analog with storeable parameters
  • Envelopes – 2 analog envelopes for membranes and noise that are controlled by one parameter (decay)
  • Noise – White Noise, Metal Noise with 65535 different noise pattern combinations
  • Gate – Trigger gate time 0.5ms-10ms, up to 4-times multi trigger possible
  • LFO –  8 wave forms: Saw +/-, Sine +/-, Tri +/-, Rect +/-, modulates the pitch of one or both the T-OSC, starts always syncronous to the note trigger and is pitch envelope at the same time
  • Display – LED 7 segment 3 digits
  • Midi – Midi In, Midi Out
  • User Interface – 1 data wheel, 1 potentiometer, 5 buttons, 16 LEDs for parameters and functions
  • Outputs – 1 mono out 1/4″ RCA jack
  • Output Level – About 0dBu
  • Input – External analog trigger input, sensivity adjustable
  • Power Supply – External wall wart adapter 9V DC
  • Weight – Ca. 0.5 kg, 1.1 lbs.
  • Size – 145x155x35mm

2 thoughts on “Jomox Intros M.Brane11 Analog Membrane Modeling Synthesizer

  1. i bought one recently… its fantastic… the interface isnt the best… as you have to scroll to edit parameters all the time… i just built a midi device panel for it in cubase and edit the parameters via midi cc… much easier… it sounds really good and has a pretty broad range…

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