Ellitone Multi-Synth Offers 7 Different Synthesis Options

Ellistronics has introduced the Ellitone Multi-Synth, described as ‘a budget-friendly digital synthesizer that can produce a wide variety of sounds, thanks to its 7 selectable synthesis/operation modes.’

Each of these 7 synthesis/operation modes uses the instrument’s 4 knobs, 4 keys, and center patch bay in different ways.

The 7 selectable synthesis/operation modes:

  • Wavetables
  • Patterns
  • FreqMod(FM-1)
  • FreqMod(FM-2)
  • Infinite Bounce Matter (bouncing ball style sequencer)
  • Chirpp (experimental cosine-grain type synthesis)
  • Panic Voice Engine (brutal data distortion type synthesis)

The 5 inputs holes on the Input Jack in the patch bay center represent the inputs to these settings:

  • WaveForm
  • Voicing
  • Mode Select
  • Speeds
  • Rhythms

You can patch one of the 6 output option jacks into any of these 5 input holes to make a new selection for that setting.

The Ellitone Multi-Synth is powered by a mini-USB cord (Included). Audio is output through an 1/8 inch (headphone) style jack.

Pricing and Availability

The Ellitone Multi-Synth is available now for US $$68.99.

4 thoughts on “Ellitone Multi-Synth Offers 7 Different Synthesis Options

  1. Yes, Creator here. I have never found hardware that i thought was stylish enough or reasonably priced. The unit is designed in such a way that the tension of the string locks everything into place very well. I really like how it all works and will continue to experiment with this usage.

    1. Well, I for one am a fan. I bought your 3 note, noise synth from Etsy and I absolutely love it. Really a very unique and fun instrument. And I love the aesthetic. I leave it on my desk at work most of the time and just admire the design.

      Anyways, very interested in this device as well. Wishing you all the luck.

  2. I’m always intrigued by stuff like this, but I just don’t get how this can be used. I hear sounds, which are very interesting, but nothing musical or melodic. It doesn’t seem controllable as an “instrument”. What am I missing?

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