At Superbooth 17, Novation’s booth featured huge illustrations highlighting the history of the synthesizers, and displays with a variety of their synths from the last two decades.
We talked with veteran Novation Hardware Engineer Nick Bookman, who gave us a quick tour and told us a little about the technology that made each synth unique.
6 thoughts on “Twenty+ Years Of Novation Synthesizers”
Hah! Makes me want to get out my old QY-22! I like the reference to the OSCAR and the WASPS in the artwork.
I really hope to see a kind of mega circuit soon. Launch pad meets circuit, because really the circuit is a fantastic sequencer, but it only holds 8 bars/patterns per instrument per session, I’d like to see that doubled to really give room for a song to grow.
I saw three synths I’ve owned. Sadly, I regret selling off one.
why don’t you actually film the synths instead of the engineer ?
The synths don’t talk! But point taken!
Nah I enjoyed the history in this context.
Hmmm… Novation honestly don’t have that many synths.