MATRIXSYNTH: New Handheld ZONT Synthesizer in the Works?

Thursday, July 14, 2016

New Handheld ZONT Synthesizer in the Works?


This one in via Soviet Space Child.

It looks a like a Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator and iPhone morphed together. Release is scheduled for Fall of next year.

The initial details:

Exceptional
sound design in your pocket
A ground-breaking pocket-sized digital synthesizer designed for infinite customization and versatility.

Beautifully engineered for the modern producer

— Interchangeable sound cartridges
— Unibody front-plate design
— Durable and soft-to-touch materials
— LED-backlit buttons
— Universal input interface for both rhythm/sequencer and melody composition

ZONT modules change the game!

ZONT digital sound engines come in cartridge form, just like your favorite game, with four engines in your hands right out the box ready to feed the appetites of the modern producer.

Collaborate
Our sound engineers team up with prestigious electronic music producers and DJs to design custom sound engines for limited edition cartridges.

Connect
With RCA, MIDI, USB-C and 3.5mm jack outputs, the Studio Dock turns ZONT into a full member of your studio setup. Integrated Wi-Fi for cloud-based collaboration and production.

Integrated work-flow with all your music tools
Pair ZONT with your smartphone via bluetooth. Available for iOS and Android.

Tech Specs
— Universal input interface
— Stereo speakers
— AMOLED display
— Bluetooth connection
— Wi-Fi cloud sync
— Built-in rechargeable battery
— Interchangable sound cartridges
— 3.5mm headphone jack
— USB-C
— iOS and Android app
Available fall 2017
Design by Pavel Golovkin"

http://www.zontsound.com

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