Superbooth 22: Eowave & Touellskouarn Ostilh a new semi-modular analog Synthesizer in collaboration with French composer Yann Tiersen.
The fact that developers like to collaborate closely with artists is not new. The latest partnership between developers and an artist was shown at Superbooth 22.
The well-known French composer Yann Tiersen brought the French manufacturers Eowave and Tuouellskouarn on board to build his own semi-modular Synthesizer.
Eowave & Touellskouarn Ostilh
Ostilh is a new semi-modular analog Synthesizer that will be available as a desktop unit or as a module. The analog part is developed by Touellskouarn, known for its distortion and feedback modules while the digital part is made by Eowave.
On the analog side, it features 4 analog oscillators and each has different modes on offer. One of them allows you to switch between octaves with each new note. Then, there is an analog filter full of character, 5 analog VCAs, and audio input.
Digitally, you get a noise generator, two envelopes with loop mode, a delay, and a polyphonic sequencer inspired by the Roland SH-101.
The module has 60HP and a MIDI socket.
An interesting new Synthesizer that caught my eye mainly because of its very characterful, rich sound. It suits perfectly for drones but also for fat analog sounds. Here is my first look from Superbooth 22.
Eowave & Touellskouarn Ostilh will be available at end of the year for around 1000€.