MATRIXSYNTH: Paramount Synth Meira NEW Analog Synthesizer Crowd Funded Rik Marston

Wednesday, February 06, 2019

Paramount Synth Meira NEW Analog Synthesizer Crowd Funded Rik Marston


Published on Feb 6, 2019

"#paramountsynth #rikmarston #newanalogsynthesizer
Paramount Synth Meira NEW Analog Synthesizer!
Synthesizer Reveal & Interview by Rik Marston
**Watch in HD!!** **Turn it UP!!**

Crowd Sourced / Crowd Funded Please Contribute to:
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/an...

These are pictures of the body / concept design. It is currently be assembled & next week we will get to hear the four voices in a chord. This synth is in it's very early stages, soon all parts will be assembled; we will see it & hear it in all of it's analog glory :)

The FUTURE of Analog Synthesizers is HERE!
The Sound of the Roland Jupiter-8 & Oberheim OB-Xa!!
Customize your own COLOR! Make it your own!!!!
And a light show that will BLOW YOUR MIND AWAY!
(Not to mention the crowd!!!)

Analog Synth "Meira" from Paramount Synth
Creation of an analog synth based upon Curtis CEM3340 sound generator chips designs all contained in a ultra-modern retro housing. The keyboard itself will support 3 octaves with 4 / 8 voices and 2 oscillators. Plus Cross Modulated LFO's!!

Some of the basic features include: 3 octave keyboard 4 / 8 voices / 2 oscillators Dual bender sections One for pitch and one for LFO LFO selection Octave selection Play Modes Whole Dual Unison Split 3 LFO’s Frequency Delay Level Waveform Selection Saw Triangle Square Sine Filters 2-Pole 3320? 4 pole Ladder? Filter Control A, D, S, R VCA 3 LFO’s Arpeggiator Section Rate Range Selection Performance Menu Patch Storage Patch Recall

Back panel Midi In\Out\Thru Power inlet Power on/off

ETD 2020 $1995 for 4 Voice $2495 8 Voice
Wood sides or aluminum

Thank you for watching!"


Some details via Indiegogo

"We are extremely excited about this new synth we are developing and hope you are too! It is an analog synth based on the Curtis CEM3340 sound generator chip series with a variety of features that will serve as our initial product with many more to come. Under the Paramount Synth, LLC umbrella, this flagship product will be developed. We are still debating the name of the synth but we are getting close.

For those of you that don’t know, Curtis components contributed heavily to music in the 1980’s. The 1980’s classic synth sound was influenced by the Curtis chips including the CEM3340. The list of synths that contained Curtis chips is too large to list here but a quick internet search will blow you away.

This synth will have many features that you are looking for and a few more, but we are not letting all of our secrets out quite yet. The keyboard itself will support 3 octaves with 4 voices and 2 oscillators. Some of the basic features include:

3 octave keyboard
4 voices/2 oscillators
Dual bender sections
One for pitch and one for LFO
LFO selection
Octave selection
Play Modes
Whole
Dual
Unison
Split
3 LFO’s
Frequency
Delay
Level
Waveform Selection
Saw
Triangle
Square
Sine
Filters
2-Pole 3320?
4 pole Ladder?
Filter Control
A, D, S, R
VCA
3 LFO’s
Arpeggiator Section
Rate
Range
Selection
Performance Menu
Patch Storage
Patch Recall
Back panel

Midi In\Out\Thru
Power inlet
Power on/off


This is the front panel illustrating the “Red” color option. Just looking at the front panel provides excellent insight to where we are taking synth performance. We will probably take some liberties and move certain controls and indicators as we get into final layout and fabrication but all of the basic functionality we have discussed will be there.……along with a few surprises that we will let you know about along the way!"

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