New 8-Voice Analog Synth, Kijimi, Coming To Superbooth 2018

Japan-based synth company Black Corporation will be debuting a new 8-voice polyphonic synthesizer at Superbooth 2018, the Kijimi.

Black Corporation previously created Deckard’s Dream, an 8-voice polyphonic synth, inspired by the sound of the Yamaha CS-80. The Kijimi is inspired by the sound of the rare RSF Polykobol.

Details are still to be announced.

14 thoughts on “New 8-Voice Analog Synth, Kijimi, Coming To Superbooth 2018

  1. Looks promising!
    But god, I hate these knobs.

    I guess the originals are closer to ALM Busy Circuit ones?

  2. Monotimbral and single output. Interesting. If it sounds ‘really’ good won’t be as much of an issue. I wonder if they will be asking $3750 like the deckards dream?

    1. Last I heard, when pre-orders opened in Jan, it is exactly $3750.

      Preorder was $1500 down, with $2250 on completion

  3. The PolyKobol is SO rare, I can’t think of what kind of tone it has! I know what an Elka Synthex, Matrix-12 or Korg Trident feel like in person, but RSF seemed far more of a European thing. Gimme some sound demos ASAP, please.

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