Back on Superbooth 2017, Future Sound Of London announced Digitana SX-1 Synthesizer that is based on the Synthi AKS KS Expander. Today both companies published good news about it.
It will be available in June for pre-order for a price of £3500 +V.A.T. They company will built only 25 units for this new Synthesizer.
What The Company Has To Say
Having spent considerable time and investment in designing, building and testing 3 prototype SX1 units, and having gained, in the process, a better understanding of the total costs involved, we are in a position to announce the price of the SX-1 as £3500 +V.A.T
We will start to take advanced orders in June. Information on the procedure for placing an order will be given in due course, directly to those people already signed up to the email list and also via THE FSOL and Digitana Electronics websites. Please note the initial production run of the SX1 is for 25 units.
What Is The FSOL Digitana SX-1 Synthesizer
The SX-1 is a ‘stand alone expander’ based around our Synthi AKS KS Expander (described elsewhere on this website). It is the result of ongoing collaborations between Digitana Electronics and the legendary UK band The Future Sound of London. It shares all the features of the Synthi AKS KS Expander but requires no Synthi to use it (though one can of course be used with it) and in addition has a host of new features described below.
- Dual analogue VCO
- Slew limiter
- Octave shift
- Sample & Hold (S&H)
- Dual envelopes (attack & decay type)
- Dual filters (24dB/octave type)
- Analogue (BBD) delay
- Slope generator
The SX-1 will be available in limited quantities (25 units) in June for pre-order for a price of £3500 +V.A.T
More information here: FSOL Digitana SX-1