Analogue Solutions introduce their new SynthBlocks range with two highly individual devices.
With over 20 years of experience of and specialisation in their design and build, Analogue Solutions have built a high reputation for their range of analogue synthesizers, sequencers and Eurorack modules, all of which are designed, engineered and hand-built in England. The company’s products feature all-analogue signal paths and analogue envelope generators and low-frequency oscillators, giving them a sound character that reflects founder Tom Carpenter’s passion for vintage analogue synthesizers.
The Mr Hyde and Dr Strangelove analogue signal processors are the first two products in Analogue Solutions’ new compact desktop SynthBlock range. This range of products is designed to meet the needs not only of computer-based musicians who use (or would like to use) analogue hardware to process their sounds in real time, but also of those who work with analogue synthesizers, modular or desktop, with control voltage (CV) inputs and outputs. SynthBlocks can be used to process any line-level audio signal in the analogue domain, be it from your DAW interface, mixer aux bus or (with preamplification where necessary) from a guitar, synth or keyboard. Both the audio and modulation voltage paths of multiple SynthBlocks can be linked...
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