2018 NAMM Show: Radikal Technologies has introduced the Delta Cep A , a semimodular paraphonic synthesizer voice in Eurorack format.
Designed to be a perfect starting point into the Eurorack modular world, the Delta Cep A features a MIDI to CV Interface, oscillators, filters, LFO, envelope generator, mixer, VCA, an effects section and even a memory sequencer/interpolator for new sound FXs.
Even without patching a single cable, the Delta can be used as a powerful solo synthesizer and Chords/Pads machine. But each section has inputs and outputs, so it can be used independently with your existing modules.
The Delta CEP A can also be used as a standalone synthesizer, with Radikal’s Delta CEP A desktop casing.
- Interpolator – The Interpolator stores patch memories of the synthesizer and allows for automatic sequential recall and crossfading between these patches.
- MIDI2CV – The MIDI to CV Interface controls the internal synthesizer and external synth modules.
- Swarm Oscillator – The swarm oscillator is a bank of up to 8 oscillators that can be tuned in chords, clusters or fat detuned multi-oscillator sounds.
- Mixer – The mixer controls the balance between external signals, the swarm oscillator and the noise generator.
- Analog Multimode Filter & Digital Multimode Filter – The Delta has one analog and one digital multimode filter to choose from.
- ADSR generator – The ADSR Generator creates fast, snappy envelopes and offers CV control over Attack and Decay times.
- Trigger Input
- FX Section
Pricing and Availability
The Delta Cep A synthesizer will make its official debut at the 2018 NAMM Show. See the Radikal site for more details.
5 thoughts on “Radikal Technologies Debuts New Semimodular Eurorack Synth, The Delta Cep A”
Does any one knows, if the bank of up to 8 oscillators is analog?
Sid – I think it uses a similar (or identical) set of digital oscillators as the Swarm module. I have the Spectralis 2 and Accelerator, both from RT, and I assure you, their oscillators are always top notch, even if digital. This also boasts an analog filter, which I think is far more important than analog oscillators, but that’s just my opinion.
Thanks for the reply Midera. I do ask about the oscillators to know the level of “craftsmanship” of the hardware and ipso facto you can know a ball park number for the price. I do not care about the analog vs digital stuff as long as all of them make sense.
I used to have a SE synth that to my taste it had Rolls Royce oscillators and filter, but the envelopes were more like a Hyundai.
Modor NF-1 is one example of a good digital synth
Anyone knows what it will cost?
From this video, Jörg says “899 euros”