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R-MONO Lab S³-6R 6 Voice Polyphonic Raspberry Pi Synthesizer


Published on Nov 29, 2016 R-MONO Lab

Note this is the first R-MONO Lab post on the site.

"The S³-6R is originally developed by The Synth-Sennin (The Hermit Wizard of Synthesizer) who was once a sound engineer of the Company "R". It is innovative digital synthesizer which is clearly different from general analog modeling synthesizer.

Individual synthesis based on original phase control and modulation thinking (αα-Phase Modulation). Driving in High-Resolution (24bit/96kHz) and 6-Polyphonic. Also it is a feature that very low alias noise even if extreme modulation. It adopts a Raspberry Pi as a platform.

Version 2 Additional Functions
• Oscillator Type (Including Noise)
• Phase Mutator
• Pre / Post Clipper"



via R-MONO Lab where you'll find additional demos.

"Main Features

Original-Uniq Phase Control and Phase Modulation Synthesis (αα-Phase Modulation)
Also features envelope generator and LFO dedicated for phase modulation.
High-Resolution (24bit/96kHz), 6-Polyphonic
(5-Polyphonic when using Super Oscillators)
Running on the Raspberry Pi 3

High-Resolution (24bit/96kHz) 6-Polyphonic Innovative Raspberry Pi Synthesizer made by The Synth-Sennin (The Hermit Wizard of Synthesizer).
Version 2 unvailed.
Version 2 Additional Functions
Oscillator types (including Noise)
Phase Mutator
Pre / Post Clipper

The S³-6R is originally developed by The Synth-Sennin (The Hermit Wizard of Synthesizer) who was once a sound engineer of the Company “R”. It is innovative digital synthesizer which is clearly different from general analog modeling synthesizer.
Individual synthesis based on original phase control and modulation thinking (αα-Phase Modulation). Driving in High-Resolution (24bit/96kHz) and 6-Polyphonic. Also it is a feature that very low alias noise even if extreme modulation. It adopts a Raspberry Pi as a platform.
* Currently, there are no plans to release as products and to publish the source codes.

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