Buzzzy! is an advanced 16 voice polysynth capable of a broad and beautiful range of tones created ad built by artist electronic engineer, Frédéric Meslin based in Bonn, Germany. The Buzzzy! has been created to fast and immediate, and is ideal for use onstage and for instant music production says its creator. Stereo output is provided by a high quality 24bit / 48kHz DAC, with 100dB of dynamics and sound generation is based on 4 synthesis engines and 3 effects engines.
Buzzzy! has been created to match with your hardware or mobile software sequencer and comes with an extensive MIDI implementation library. Buzzzy! features 4 powerful oscillator engines, 9 built-in audio effects (with reverbs, delays and filters), a fast arpeggiator and offers 16 save slots to store your multi configurations. For the oscillator, choose one of the many variations of Pulse tones, FM timbres, grainy Waves or filtered Noises. Then, adjust the amplifier envelope, pump-up the volume and top with some prime quality effects. Check out the video below to learn more about the features and capabilities of the 16 voice polysynth.
Frédéric explains more about the inspiration and engineering behind the Buzzzy! voice polysynth. “As an artist electronic engineer, with an all-time passion for electronic music, video games development and computer related stuff 🙂 Since 2013, I have been working full time as a music instrument designer, notably for companies like Arturia, Waldorf Music, Mutable Instruments… My company Fred’s Lab offers product design, development and industrialization services as well as boutique music instruments.”
For more details on the 16 voice polysynth which is now available to back with earlybird pledges available from €178 jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below. If all progresses smoothly worldwide shipping is expected to commence sometime around September 2019.
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