MATRIXSYNTH: Monde Synthesizer MS5 Pannerama - Introduction Video

Friday, September 02, 2011

Monde Synthesizer MS5 Pannerama - Introduction Video

YouTube Uploaded by MondeSynthesizer on Aug 31, 2011
"A demonstration of the Monde Synthesizer MS5 Pannerama."

"MS5 Pannerama unleashes a world of sound through a powerful, easy to use interface

(Ottawa, Canada, September 2, 2011) The MS5 Pannerama unleashes a vast array of analog sound sculpting tools right to the fingertips of musicians and recording professionals through an affordable efficient interface. The Pannerama, produced by Ottawa firm Monde Synthesizer Inc., takes a monophonic instrument or microphone and processes it into a sweeping stereophonic soundscape. This ergonomic unit easily fits atop a semi-modular synthesizer or beside a mixer. It allows the musician to continuously vary the effect: moving from slow smooth sine wave panning through to aggressive square wave ring modulation -- and everything in between.

'The Pannerama really broadens your instrument's palette of sound," explains Monde's President and CEO, John Emond, himself a musician. “It possesses a wide range of interfacing capabilities -- from analog, semi-modular and digital synthesizers to guitars and expression pedals. We call it the Pannerama because it provides an extensive range of stereophonic panning and ring modulation effects'.

This versatile unit is available in two different packaging options -- a desktop unit and a "synth-top" unit. Both are available for just $535.00 plus shipping and handling. For more information (including full technical specifications) or to order, go to

About Monde Synthesizer Inc.
Monde Synthesizer Inc. is an Ottawa, Canada-based firm specializing in electronic musical instruments and accessories. Our mission is to provide superior analog synthesizer products that enhance vintage electronic music studios and integrate with modern digital audio environments. Our instruments enhance the capabilities of traditional analog musicians and introduce new musicians to real analog sounds and interfaces."

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