Novation Peak Synthesizer Hands-On Demo

Novation shared this series of videos, embedded as a playlist above, that demonstrates their new Peak synthesizer.

The second playlist, above, explores sound design with the Peak, with sounds inspired by Vangelis, Depeche Mode, Jean-Michel Jarre & Boards of Canada.

The Novation Peak is an eight-voice desktop polyphonic synthesizer with a hybrid analog/digital architecture. It features three New Oxford Oscillators per voice, a resonant multi-mode analog filter for each voice, and three distortion points in its analog signal chain.

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.


8 thoughts on “Novation Peak Synthesizer Hands-On Demo

  1. This synth sounds great and looks easy to design sounds with.
    I own the bass station II which is one of my favorite synths, (reminds me of my old Roland SH 09) because I can find or create the sound that I am imagining pretty rapidly. Peak is similar but is a poly with fx?! Yes please!

  2. Been waiting for some more videos like this, I think I’m sold. That 16 slot matrix makes it feel like a modular preset synth, I love it!

  3. how nice could it be, if you can control the send of the reverb as well, not only the output of the reverb.

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