Argentinian synth maker GS Music shared this preview of the latest Apollo analog synthesizer prototype, with a little Aquatarkus by Emerson Lake and Palmer.
The GS Apollo I is an analog monophonic synthesizer. It has two voltage controlled oscillators (VCO), a mixer, a voltage controlled filter and a voltage controlled amplifier (VCA). Modulation options include three LFOs and two ADSR envelope generators.
Unlike many retro-inspired analog synths, the Apollo I has patch memory and can save 32 presets.
Details are available at the GS Music site.
2 thoughts on “Apollo Analog Synthesizer Prototype Preview”
How to access each 32 presets on the interface front panel?
Any news on the Zeus? I am really looking forward to that one. This one is cool too, don’t get me wrong.