In this video, synthesist Benn Jordan takes a hands-on look at the Vector synthesizer, a digital synth module that features a hybrid synth engine, 16-voice polyphony, a deep arpeggiator, effects and more.
- Hybrid synthesis engine
- Complex modulators
- 16 voice polyphony with per-voice filters
- Arpeggiator with a step sequencer
- 4 effects
- 7″ capacitive touchscreen
- 25 smooth infinite rotary encoders
- 7 toggle switches
- Metal case 29×18×5cm (total height 7.5cm)
- Stereo 6.35mm output (2× mono jack)
- Stereo 6.35mm headphone output
- Ethernet port
- USB device, USB host
- MIDI TRS input and output ports
- 32-bit internal processing
- 32-bit DAC (106dB SNR)
- Firmware update via LAN or USB drive
See the Vector Synth site for details.
3 thoughts on “Vector Synth Hands-On Demo”
32-bit DAC with 106db SNR? Something doesn’t add up there, 106db is barely below 16-bit noise floor. Looks like a very interesting unit though.
Interesting indeed, especially consider how small the development team is (two individuals I believe) and as for the 32-BIT DAC, that could be a function of the quality of the DAC used rather than the theoretical ratios.