Dreadbox, the Greek boutique synth company has teamed up with Sinevibes, who specialises in designing and building innovative music software to develop Typhon, a compact USB powered synth that combines analogue synthesis with digital features.
Typhon is a mono analogue synth that is neither a clone nor a replica, and it comes with an impressive collection of features, even though it has only one voice. With the combination of analogue sounds, digital technology and the ability to power via USB, serves up a very different and versatile synthesiser that will surely excite synth heads.
- Analogue Circuit including 2 Classic Dreadbox Oscillators, a 4-pole Low Pass Filter, and Multiple Analog VCAs
- 2 x Envelope Generators for the Filter and the Amp
- 3 x Modulators with 4 Different Modes (LFO, EG, Random, Parameter Step Sequencer) and Multiple Active Targets
- All analogue parts feature a dedicated direct control on the left front panel
- 12 DSP stereo effects (32bit @96kHz) developed by Sinevibes, including Distortion, Bit crusher, Chorus, Ensemble, Flanger, Delay and Reverb
- 32 Note Sequencer that can be used to sequence notes in the traditional way or used as a modulation source
- 254 preset memory, with import/export support
- External audio input that can turn this box into the ultimate effects unit
- Portable, Powered via USB with full MIDI and CC Implementation
The Typhon will be available in July 2020
More information here: Dreadbox