UK-based Exodus Digital will be introducing a new virtual analogue hardware synthesizer at MusikMesse 2018, the Valkyrie.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
Valkyrie has all the features you’d expect of a virtual analog synthesizer but takes it to the next level; there’s hard synchronisation, ring modulation, frequency modulation, wavetables and the hypersaw from heaven waiting for you to experiment with.
The Valkyrie features 128 voice performance, 8 independent parts, each with a nine-module effects unit.
Sound generation is done in custom-designed hardware, at a 32x oversampled rate. The synth offers ten oscillators per voice (1,280 in total) which can be doubled to twenty by combining two voices.
There’s two wavetable oscillators available each offering 4,096 perfectly looped single cycle waveforms. Valkyrie’s filters are also implemented in hardware and are accurate emulations of classic two and four pole filters.
With four stereo 32 bit 96kHz outputs and 8 part streaming over USB 2.0 at 96kHz, physical and USB MIDI, Valkyrie integrates into your setup perfectly.
Valkyrie is perfect for live performance as well as studio-based producers. With a comprehensive control surface with real knobs and buttons as well as high-resolution OLED display, Valkyrie is a pleasure to work with and it comes complete with a full interactive editor/librarian application for Windows and Mac.
Pricing and Availability
Details are still to be announced.