MATRIXSYNTH: Clavia Nord Micro Modular Virtual Analog Synth SN MC 99020760

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Clavia Nord Micro Modular Virtual Analog Synth SN MC 99020760


via this auction

"The Nord MicroModular is a polyphonic virtual analog synthesizer. It sounds and performs like an analog synthesizer, but without the usual synthesis hardware. The actual sound is made via DSP hardware but you design and program the sounds yourself via the PC and MAC programming software. (The software is not included in this auction but found via the link below.)

MicroModular can simulate a large modular synthesizer, with about 110 modules. You can patch and program them in the computer and save them in the MicroModular. On the MicroModular are three knobs that can be prgrammed to control any parameter, like filter or resonance or whatever you want. After the MicroModular is programmed, unhook it and take it with you. It can be played via any midi controller, keyboard or otherwise.

The sound is warm and smooth. It can also sound like a classic analog synth or Yamaha's FM-synthesizers. Or it can be a Vocoder or a bizarre delay unit. Almost anything you can think of and program yourself. At the front of the MicroModular you'll find MIDI in/out and PC in/out (MIDI) for the communication with the computer program. The sounds change in real time when you edit them with the computer. Then you can release the MicroModular from the computer connection and use it independently of the computer. There is a stereo pair audio out and a stereo pair in for connection of extern audio source, for instance a microphone. Then you can use the MicroModular as a Vocoder."




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