MATRIXSYNTH: Rava Yamana - The Ultimate VST-Synthesizer Midi Controller?

Sunday, November 04, 2018

Rava Yamana - The Ultimate VST-Synthesizer Midi Controller?


Published on Nov 4, 2018 Rava

"The Ultimate USB VST-Synthesizer Midi Controller called the 'Rava - Yamana'
Available as a (230€) DIY Kit and in a limited number ready to use. Check out the Indigogo capaign:
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/th..."


"The Rava Yamana - A USB midi controller specifically made for VST-Synthesizers.
While most midi controllers are either designed in a one for all or mixer specific design, this midi controller is for VST-Synthesizers. It is aimed to allow the user to design sounds with analog-style VST-Synthesizers as close to hardware as possible.

DIY-Kit and limited number Ready-to-use devices
60 Knobs!
Analog Synth Style Front Panel helps you to build muscle-memory
Less screen, more sound
USB, class compliant, no drivers for Windows, Linux and Mac
Bus powered
Configurable via WebInterface - (if needed)
Easy to build
Based on Open Deck by Shantea Controls (included)
What We Need & What You Get
You get:

A DIY Kit with all necessary components
Complicated electronics are assembled (Open Deck Controller Board)
Step by Step Build Description Videos
VST-Synthesizer specific presets for the Rava Yamana downloads via website
Support Forum
Whats up to you:

200 Kits/pieces have to be sold to achieve this price. Share, share, share!
Soldering rotary encoders, potentiometers and connectors
Screwing stuff together, putting on knobs.
Sanding and oiling the wooden side pieces.
You need solder, a soldering iron and a variety of screw drivers.
No warranty, but our and community support on the build.

The Price
To make one controller costs about 500$. Only at a scale of 200 pieces can we lower the price to about half that. We would love to offer it even cheaper, but it is not possible without significant loss of quality. So many rotary knobs and encoders have their price, as well as the front panel, the circuit board etc. Nevertheless at about 4E per knob of this controller, it is not more expensive than other midi controllers..."

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