Delptronics Released Theremorph Theremin-Like Synthesizer In Collaboration With Electro-Faustus

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Delptronics Theremorph, a compact Synthesizer with Theremin-like controls developed in collaboration with Electro-Faustus is available now.

At Knobcon 2019, not only major synth companies such as Roland or Modal Electronics introduce new products, but also small ones. Delptronics has announced the release of the Theremorph, a new small Synthesizer developed in collaboration with Electro Faustus. The latter is known for crazy pedal ideas like the Photo Theremin or the Drone Thing.

Theremorph includes a DCO (digitally controlled oscillator with saw, triangle & pulse) with waveshaping options (pulse-width). Further, it features a transistor ladder lowpass filter (no multimode only lowpass),  an AR envelope generator, and an LFO.

Delptronics Theremorph

Theremin Like Controls

Sounds like a normal mini Synthesizer, but it is not. Theremorph offers a Theremin-esque optical control including sensor range control and can be controlled with MIDI or analog CV/Gate signals. You can use it also as a controller with both MIDI and analog outputs.

Delptronics Theremorph

On the backside, you can find a MIDI In/Out, CV In/Out, Gate In/Out and an audio output. Theremorph is available in three different colors: black, white and red.

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Delptronics Theremorph is available now for $299 USD.

More information here: Delptronics 

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