MATRIXSYNTH: Gamechanger Audio Introduces the MOTOR SYNTH MK II


Thursday, May 12, 2022

Gamechanger Audio Introduces the MOTOR SYNTH MK II



via Gamechanger Audio

MOTOR SYNTH MK 2 FEATURES

2 INDEPENDET MOTOR VOICES
The MOTOR Synth offers two separate MOTOR Voices with 4 Electromotor oscillators each - both voices can operate in mono, unison or in four-note polyphonic mode.

Both MOTOR Voices are equipped with a separate set of controls for adjusting VOLUME, SCALE, WAVESHAPE, individual AMP ENVELOPE engines for each musical note, as well as very detailed control over a deep and versatile PORTAMENTO / PITCH MOD section (called “Acceleration / Brake” ).

SEPARATE MULTI-MODE ANALOG FILTERS
Both Motor voices are equipped with a separate analogue multimode filter section with adjustable DRIVE, CUTOFF, RESONANCE, ENVELOPE SHAPE & AMOUNT and FILTER TYPE.
There are four analogue filter types - 24 dB LP, 12 dB BP, 12 dB HP, 12 dB AP (All-Pass). The new analog filter circuits have increased headroom, improved envelope response speed and a very precise analog Keytrack mode with adjustable depth, direction and filter “glide”.

DIGITAL VOICE
The MOTOR Synth MK II features an additional third voice - a high quality digital engine that can be used either independently, or to augment the raw sound of the MOTOR Voices. The Digital engine (DCO) can be used to produce various classic waveforms (with waveshaping), or as a noise generator.
The DCO is also equipped with a separate, fully controllable AMP ENVELOPE, PORTAMENTO section, and its own Digital multimode Filter designed to reproduce the 4 analog filter modes.

CONFIGURABLE STEREO OUTPUT
The MOTOR Synth has a single output jack that can be configured either as mono, or as a stereo output - thus routing the synth's two motor voices into separate channels. The digital voice can also be routed to the V1 or V2 outputs, or to both.

CROSS-MODULATION AND DETUNE OPTIONS
The MOTOR Synth features a dedicated center indent potentiometer for creating amplitude cross-modulation with either Voice 1 or Voice 2. The Detune / Drift knob gives you two kinds of oscillator detune effects.

MODULATION SECTION WITH THREE ASSIGNABLE LFOS
The MOTOR Synth MKII also features an extremely powerful modulation section that includes 3 individual LFOs with adjustable positive and negative depth controls. Each LFO can be easily assigned to almost any knob or encoder value on two independent modulation slots A and B. There are five independent modulation waveforms available for each LFO - each with a detailed waveshaping engine.

ARP, MOTION RECORD, SEQUENCER
- Powerful arpeggiator engine offers detailed control over a large variety of parameters, including note accent, pattern shift, note repeat and more.
- Multiple independent motion Record lanes assignable to all sound parameters.
- A built-in monophonic sequencer engine with controls for micro-timing, probability, ratchets, pattern length, pattern saving and chaining and much more.

PERFORMANCE KEYBOARD
Non-velocity sensitive 8 key keyboard with 4 pitch shift encoders - this is a small but powerful note input system with a lot of performance tricks up its sleeve. Alternatively, the MOTOR Synth is fully MIDI and CV compatible and can be used with all of your favorite keyboards (incl. poly-aftertouch), controllers and sequencers.

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