Radikal Technologies Delta Cep A Desktop Synthesizer (Sneak Preview)

2018 NAMM Show: Radikal Technologies‘ Jörg Schaaf shared this sneak preview of their new Delta Cep A, configured with a desktop case.

The Delta Cep A is a semimodular paraphonic synthesizer voice in Eurorack format. While it is a Eurorack module, Radikal is using the same approach Moog has used with its Mother synth, offering a desktop case. This allows the synth to be used either standalone, or as part of a larger Eurorack system.

Here’s a quick look at the new synth in action:

Here’s a video exploring the Delta Cep A’s snappy envelopes:

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.

10 thoughts on “Radikal Technologies Delta Cep A Desktop Synthesizer (Sneak Preview)

  1. This Looks great! I’m a former owner of the Spectralis 2 and the Accelerator. Both had impeccable build quality and sound. I’m happy to see Radikal Technologies make something with a simple and intuitive interface. I miss the A-Synth on the Spectralis 2 and would love to have this.

    1. BS2 is such an underrated synth and somehow unmentioned most of the time. If it was build inside a metal enclosure it would get more respect. the sound is awesome. and this synth here sounds sweet too

      1. I love my BSII. It has such a great sound. It is, without a doubt, one of the best values in the synth market. Especially, second hand.

  2. Is it 60 HP? Smart to follow the Mother-32/DFAM mounting scheme as it could easily fit their 3-tier racks and be an addition for someone new to the hobby/hardware.

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