At the 2015 NAMM Show, MFB was showing their Dominion 1 synthesizer.
Here’s what MFB has to say about the Dominion 1:
The Dominion 1 offers three oscillators for maximum flexibility. Each waveform can be varied in symmetry. Besides altering the pulse width of a rectangle, you may also continuously turn a saw tooth into a triangle and a triangle into a sine.
All oscillators also offer ring modulation, one of them is an analogue circuit! In addition, VCO 2 and VCO 3 can be synced to VCO1.
Finally, VCO3 can modulate the frequency of VCO 1 and VCO 2 and is dynamical controlled by LFO or AD Envelope. The analogue oscillator circuit is processor-controlled for stable tuning.
To complete the available sound sources, noise or an external audio input can be added to the VCOs in DOMINION 1’s mixer section. The redesigned SED Filter offers now 12 variations like four Lowpasses, two Highpasses, two Bandpasses and two Notches.
- Programmable Analog Synthesizer with 3 Octave Keyboard
- 2 Ribbon Controls, Arpeggiator/Sequencer, Velocity & Aftertouch
- 3 VCOs with Waveshaping, Analog&Digital Ring modulator
- Dual-Sync and dynamic FM, Noisegenerator
- 12 fold redesigned four stages SED Multimode Filter
- Huge Patch field to speak with world of Modulars and CV/Gate
- Velocity Routing matrix with 12 destinations
- 3 LFOs, 2 with One-Shot-Function and Reset
- 3 Envelopes with 70mm Faders
- Intuitive Handling and Quality Hardware, internal Power Supply
- Midi Dump, In, Out, Thru
See the MFB site for more info.
via BBoy Tech Report