Sonicware ELZ_1 Synthesizer Coming To 2018 NAMM Show

Sonicware has announced that it will be introducing the ELZ_1 synthesizer at the 2018 NAMM Show.

The Sonicware ELZ_1 synthesizer offers multiple sound engines:

  • FM SYNTH (4 operators with feedback and detuning)
  • 8BIT WAVE MEMORY SYNTH (waveform editing and morphing with FM mode)
  • DNA EXPLORER (extract and generate waveforms from audio)
  • SiGRINDER (granular synthesizer engine)
  • STANDARD OSC (sin, square, triangle and saw waves)
  • LOW-BIT OSC (sin, square, triangle and saw waves)

Demo videos are available at the Sonicware site.

Pricing and availability are still to be announced.

11 thoughts on “Sonicware ELZ_1 Synthesizer Coming To 2018 NAMM Show

  1. wow want to see a demo – I am intrigued
    update: there are demo videos on the site, it looks awesome -now I just want to know $$$

  2. There are sound examples on their website. Sounds pretty interesting, especially the granular synth. If it happens to fall in line with the OP-1, not a bad thing, having a portable, small device that gives you multiple synth engines to work from and FX. It does sound a bit bright but nothing is wrong with that if some unique sounds are coming out of it.

  3. Looks like alot of fun and the 8bit modes sound really interesting although the FM is particularly harsh. Hope it’s affordable.

    1. I think they humbly bowed out a while ago. Unless they pop up with the very strange OPZ and release it to a very odd audience of music/video producers, this thing could do well depending on the price. OP-1 released at about 900 bucks. Hope this thing is solid when its release time.

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