Sonicware ELZ_1 – New OP-1 Inspired Mini-Synth From Japan


Sonicware, a new Japanese company, is announcing its first synthesizer at NAMM 2018. The ELZ_1 is a portable (OP-1 inspired?) synth, with different modes (granular, 8-bit, wave morphing, etc.) and interesting features.

We’re waiting for further details on the ELZ_1, but in the meantime you can watch these some lo-fi videos from their Instagram page.

Un post condiviso da Yu Endo (@dr.yuendo) in data:

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Un post condiviso da Yu Endo (@dr.yuendo) in data:

Main Specs

*Synth Modes

FM SYNTH
4 operators with 31 algorithms, feedback and detuning

8BIT WAVE MEMORY SYNTH
waveform editing and morphing with FM mode)

DNA EXPLORER
extract and generate waveform DNA from audio

SiGRINDER
granular synthesizer engine

STANDARD OSC
sine, square, triangle and saw waves

LOW-BIT OSC
sine, square, triangle and saw waves

*Effects

Distortion

Chorus, Flanger, Vibrato, Phaser

Delay, Tape Echo,

Room, Hall, Arena, Spring, Plate

*Arpeggiators

Up, Down, UpDown, DownUp, Up&Down, Down&Up, Random

 

Price and Availability

No news on this yet, the company is actually looking for international distributors. Visit the official Sonicware web page for more info on the ELZ_1.

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