This video is a teaser for the new Dirty Electronics Sonar 20th Anniversary Synth – an ultra minimal pocket-sized synth, black finished with silver-plated etched Sonar logo. The synth has a 20-step sequencer to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Sonar (one step for each year).
Dirty Electronics describes the Sonar 20th Anniversary Synth as “Bit bashing meets analogue noise and crumpled grooves.”
The instrument comes with pre-written sequenced patterns that can be either listened to in their own right or ‘played’ (mashed-up, parts of the sequence looped, tempo changed, noise and feedback added, etc.). The synth is played by running fingers across the letters of the Sonar logo and is designed for headphone listening or line out.
All sounds from the Sonar 20th Anniversary Synth with some edits and processing.
Via Dirty Electronics.
4 thoughts on “The Dirty Electronics Sonar 20th Anniversary Synth”
A word of warning would have been nice, because the bleeps and noises are ear-killing when you play with headphones on and forget to turn the volume all down.
Bha, so what? Live life on the edge of the sonic knife dude 😉
Me want one. Must be great fun 🙂
both synth and girl make me horny
That was a supremely bizarre video… I loved it!
I wonder how much one of these costs…