Atomosynth Perceptron is a new desktop semi-modular analog Synthesizer from Peru with a 16 in & 16 out patch bay built into a hands-on interface.
There is a new synthesizer from Peru by Atomosynth. Alfredo of AS today announced Perceptron, a new semi-modular Synthesizer with a big hands-on interface and a large patch bay.
It features a single VCO with PWM & FM options, sub-oscillator, a VCF with lowpass & highpass characteristics, two envelopes (one loopable AR and one ADSR), an LFO and a built-in delay effect processor.
Big Patch Bay
Perceptron features 16 inputs and 16 outputs including FM in, PWM in, delay CVin, external in and much more. 2 additional CV outputs are freely configurable. Random voltage generator is assignable to CV out 2. On top, it has a MIDI and USB MIDI to CV/Gate interface.
The large patch bay lets you create classic warm analog but also a variety of interesting and strange sounds. It has an internal normalized patch so you can play it by USB MIDI, 5 pin MIDI or by CV/gate without any patch cable connected.
- voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) with pulse and saw waveforms
- pulse with modulation control (PWM)
- square wave sub-oscillator
- low-frequency oscillator (LFO) with triangle and square waveforms
- voltage-controlled filter (VCF) with lowpass and highpass simultaneous inputs
- voltage mixer (VC) with positive or negative offset control.
- loopable AR-type envelope generator
- ADSR envelope generator
- built-in modulable delay effect
- patch bay with 16 inputs and 16 outputs
- MIDI and USB MIDI to CV/Gate interface with 2 CV configurable outputs
- random voltage generator assignable to CV out 2.
- dimensions: 322m (W), 214mm (H), 76mm (D)
Atomosynth Perceptron is available soon for a price of $399 USD with free worldwide shipping by EMS. To pre-order please write to Alfredo of Atomosynth with your PayPal mail, you will be noticed when it is ready to ship.
More information here: Atomosynth