Atomosynth KOE M6 is a new desktop semi-modular analog Synthesizer from Peru with a 17×15 patch bay, flexible modulators, and more.
Synthesizers are also designed and manufactured in Peru. More precisely by Alfredo Aliaga from Atomosynth. The company is known for attractively priced, hand-made analogue synthesizers with many interesting designs.
A year ago, also in January, he presented the MOCHIKA X4, a big feature upgrade for its analog Synthesizer. Among other things, it now has a better sequencer, a sub-oscillator, and more. Today, he announced the KOE M6, another new analog Synthesizer. This time desktop and with a semi-modular engine.
Atomosynth KOE M6
KOE M6 is a new desktop semi-modular analog Synthesizer. The core features a single voltage controlled oscillator with saw and pulse waveforms. The latter also has pulse width modulation with a CV input. There is also a digital square wave oscillator (DCO) that is only controllable via MIDI. Plus, you get a square wave sub oscillator with -1 and -2 octaves selector. Hands-on FM is also onboard.
Then there is an audio mixer followed by a filter section with lowpass and high pass voltage controlled vactrol-based filter. On the modulation side, it offers a voltage-controlled LFO with triangle and square waveforms, and a random voltage modulator with 6 modes. Including S&H, random, dust, random gate, pulse, midi cc out).
Also onboard is a ADSR type envelope generator with a customizable slope generator. It offers voltage control over the rise and fall times and a loop/gate selector. Pretty impressive modulation section for such a compact semi-modular Synthesizer.
All this is patchable via a patch bay on the bottom of the synth with 17 inputs and 15 outputs. Here you find you 1v/oct and gate as well as a MIDI interface available with a breakout adapter. It supports CV pitch, gate and CC outputs. You also get a voltage mixer with gain and positive/negative offset control in the patch bay.