SYNTHR shared this video to introduce the SYNTHR4, a new synth module from SynthR & Ozoe.
The SYNTHR4 is a four oscillator synth that can be played 4-note paraphonically, duophonically or as a monosynth. It features a built-in sequencer and arpeggiator, interchangeable filters, extensive synthesis options and more.
Here’s what they have to say about it
“This musical piece was recorded with 4 synthr4 tracks, and one midi connected (NR)synth at the end (sequenced), without nothing else more, except little limiter/compressor for youtube.
4 VCOs, 2 filters (8 choices), 3 LFOs, pans, Mono/Paraphonic 4 voices, split mode, powerful mono & poly sequencer, step sequencer (like 960 moog), Arpeggiator, aftertouch mono, patch memories and 2 internal effects (reverb, delays, flanger, phaser, chorus and Shimmer! from Yves Usson), ring mod, 4 portamentos ….”
See the SYNTHR site (French language) for details.
12 thoughts on “SYNTHR Intros SYNTHR4 Synthesizer”
Tres Tres Bien !!!
Guess the price without going over. I say $1 Bob?! Actual retail price….. $3500.00.
That’s not a module… it’s a space station!
Let’s nickname it “Houston”. 🙂
Well, module is another term for desktop unit. Like expander.
No price on the website – that’s usually a bad sign…
Hello Richard, price is 3240€ without packing and shipping. This will be on the website after the SYNTHFEST France on beginning of April.
I’ll buy it for three fiddy
Sold for tree fiddy!
well it was about that time that i realized that the synthtopia commenter was about 8 stories tall and a crustacean from the protozoic era.
Cheap as chips! Send me two of those.
Looks a bit like a hardware of Waves Element VST synth