UDO Audio SUPER 6 Binaural Synthesizer First Look & Interview With The Developers

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At Superbooth 19, the Bristol-based company UDO Audio presented the SUPER 6, a new binaural 12-voice polyphonic Synthesizer designed by George Hearn & Axel Hartmann. The core of the SUPER 6 is hybrid and is based on an FPGA processor and classic analog technology. It features two oscillators, one with a 7-core super wavetable technology with waveform download and a second with FM, sync, a sub-oscillator, and x-fade modes.

Besides the digital oscillator section, it comes with an analog filter. On the modulation side, it offers 2 envelopes, LFO’s and a modulation matrix. Also onboard is an arpeggiator/sequencer and it has the ability to save presets which can be exchanged via the computer.


Other features are: external audio input with an audio trigger, Roland style mod wheel, a keyboard inspired by ARP Synthesizers and more. Optically as well as the sound the SUPER-6 convinced me already. It sounds very powerful and can become one of the most exciting poly synths in a long time.

First Look, Sound Demo & Interview With The Designers George Hearn & Axel Hartmann

Sound Demo Only

UDO Audio SUPER 6 will be available in late 2019. Price TBA but expected around 2000€.

More information here: UDO Audio

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