AVP Synth shared this video demo of their new ADS-7 mk2 Analog Drum Synthesizer, which is available in white, blue, green, orange, grey, black and purple.
All sound has been recorded directly from stereo out of the unit (24/48000). Some delay and reverb effects applied at times. All panoramic of each sound sections are also done from the unit itself.
Sequence 1 – 0:02
Sequence 2 – 1:54
Sequence 3 – 3:32
Sequence 4 – 4:52
Sequence 5 – 6:12
Sequence 6 – 7:40
Sequence 7 – 9:40
- Fully analog, discrete components;
- 7 individual sound channels: Bass Drum (BD), Clap (CL), Open Hat and Closed Hat (OH/CH) with choking on/off, 3 separate Generators (GEN) with Band-pass and Low-pass filter options for creating all kinds of analog tones and fx ranging from bass, toms “pew”, snares, noises, zaps, clicks, sticks and more;
- 65 knobs/controls for different sound shaping options: from standard noise to metallic tones;
- Built-in 16-track MIDI sequencer created by Bruno Dupeyron (France);
- Up to 16 banks with 16 patterns (256 patterns and 16 chains);
- Ability to load/save 16 Banks, Patterns and Chains;
- MIDI In/MIDI Out, Sync;
- 3.5 mm individual trigger in for each sound (x7 in total);
- Four 3.5 mm individual trigger outputs to control external devices;
- Stereo and individual 6.3 mm output for each sound
See the AVP site for details.