In a month the worldwide Synthesizer community will meet again in Berlin at the Superbooth. Since the NAMM was a little quieter this year, I expect many new products on the SB 2019. One of these companies is Din Sync, the company of Paul Parker known for the Gilbert (SH-101) and RE-303 (TB-303).
They have released in the past days’ several teaser photos and videos on Instagram about an upcoming new Synthesizer. The JP-ONE is a new desktop synth that is strongly based on the solo mode of the Jupiter-6. As a reminder, this mode transforms the Jupiter-6 in a monophonic Synthesizer.
What we know so far: the oscillators are based on two Curtis CEM3340 VCO’s as well as on a Jupiter-4 inspired discrete OTA filter. On the renders from IG, we can also see that it features a sub-oscillator, sync, linear & exponential cross modulation, two LFO’s and envelopes.
The developer has released two videos on Instagram where you get a sound demo of the PWM and cross-mod.
The final information including price and release will be available at the latest on the Superbooth 2019 (09 – 11 May 2019).
More information here: DIN SYNC