Analogue Solutions Vostok 2020 Pre-Orders Open

British boutique synth maker Analogue Solutions has announced the Vostok2020 — the latest (fourth) incarnation of Tom Carpenter’s semi-modular monster synth.

Here’s what they have to say about the Vostok2020:

“Vostok2020 takes one giant leap for ‘synthkind’ as Tom Carpenter’s semi-modular masterpiece takes some of the best parts of its iconic Vostok V2 and V3 Deluxe predecessors and brings them together as an augmented analogue semi-modular monster fit for a new decade!”


  • MIDI note sequencer
  • MIDI to CV Converter with Velocity CV
  • 3 Oscillators with Saw, Square, Pulse Width
  • Sub Oscillators
  • Ring Modulation
  • 2 VC LFOs with Saw, reverse Saw, Square, Triangle
  • CV / Gate step sequencer
  • Moving coil signal meter
  • Joystick controller
  • 2 Envelope generators each with repeat feature
  • White noise
  • Sample and hold
  • Unity gain mixer
  • Multi-mode VCF
  • VCA
  • Pin matrix
  • Spring Reverb (3 real springs)
  • Rear panel jack patch point
  • Optional rack mount
  • All analogue voice & modulation circuits

Video Demo:

Pricing and Availability

The first Vostok2020 batch is in production and available to order for purchase, priced at £3,200.00 GBP (excluding tax and delivery).

17 thoughts on “Analogue Solutions Vostok 2020 Pre-Orders Open

  1. I understand the price of boutique company products but there are so many relatively cheap instruments now that are very good and have a great modern interface, how can you justify buying a instrument like this? You can buy a whole set of instruments that are all you need to produce all kinds of music.
    (Analogue Solutions has also good less pricey products)

  2. It’s always felt a bit overpriced and doubly so now in this hypercompeitive modular market. But I’ve gotta admit I’ve always wanted to own one of these. The pin matrix is great, the synth architecture is great, and it sounds lush. So lush.

  3. it looks and sounds amazing. their synth Colossus costs 25K so to them i’m sure this is more accessible. but i’m sure the price has to do with development, build time, smaller company etc. but it’s a cool time for synth enthusiasts, there really is something for everyone and the difference in features and sound is not immeasurably vast.

  4. I didn’t get any „Wow… this sounds very unique feeling” after listening to the demo…

    I would like to hear some serious leads or bass and not just these confusing random modular texture which reminds me of a circuit bent Casio keyboard with a point matrix….

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