Aodyo Instruments has launched a Kickstarter project to fund production of the Anyma Phi, a new monophonic synth based on physical modeling.
The developer says that the Anyma Phi blends the classic ingredients of electronic music with physical modeling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, such as strings or reeds, as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal.
- Hybrid monophonic synthesizer
- Stereo audio output:
- Two 1/4” mono line jack outputs
- One 1/4” stereo headphone jack output
- Stereo audio input: one 1/4” stereo input
- MIDI inputs and outputs via USB and DIN ports
- Powerful digital semi-modular synthesizer engine
- Memory: 63 patches
- 3 oscillator slots
- 5 effect slots + 1 mono reverb
- 2 audio buses for mixing and effect assignation
- 8 modulator slots, including DAHDSR envelope generators,
- LFOs, curves, interpolators, slew limiters, etc.
- 24 mapping slots, each allowing to control any synth parameter (including another mapping) using a modulator or a controller input, with a sidechain input.
Sound Design Demo:
Pricing and Availability
Anyma Phi is available to project backers for about $448.