MATRIXSYNTH: Introducing the Blind Monk Instruments Navigator - Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer

Friday, December 20, 2019

Introducing the Blind Monk Instruments Navigator - Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer


Published on Dec 20, 2019 Blind Monk Music

"Introducing the Navigator, a polyphonic analog synthesizer an affordable analog synthesizer with tons of modulation capabilities, unique sounds, sequencer, chord memory, automation, automatic sequence generator, and more."

Navigator Features

Published on Dec 20, 2019 Blind Monk Music

"Going through some of the features of the Blind Monk Instruments Navigator"



"Navigator is polyphonic analog synth with a great sound and tons of modulation capabilities.

Each voice has:
2 Oscillators + Sub Oscillator + Ring Modulator
3 LFOs
2 ADSR envelops
2 pole fully resonant low pass filter
saw, pulse, and ring modulator wave shapes

64 step sequencer
chord memory mode
artificially intelligent sequence generator
oscillator shape control for double saw tooth, pulse wave, and ring modulation
unique ring modulator timbre control

Polyphonic, Duophonic, Unison, and Mono modes
150 patch storage locations
10 sequencer / chord memory storage locations
10 different sequence generator algorithms

sequencer automation control for all main menu functions
dozens of modulation destinations
millions of possible sounds

capable of loading different sounds for each of the four voices
full of cross modulation capabilities
square, triangle, saw, ramp, sample + hold, unique quad sine LFO shapes

unique architechure
With all other DCO synthesizers, each voice is locked to the same master frequency. In the Navigator, each voice has an independent frequency. This allows for stability while also creating a natural analog sound and phasing between oscillators.

velocity control of the filter envelope, the attack, and glide for greater performance control
LFO one can be synced between all voices or free running as well as synced via MIDI
Sequencer MIDI sync
MIDI control over all parameters"

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