In case you didn't know about Hyve already you can check out the articles and videos on AskAudio here. In a nutshell, the Hyve Touch Synthesizer came about from a DIY synth project Skott began showing people how to make in half day workshops. You can see some features an details below.
This video with Joey Gage is part interview, part Hyve demo. It's worth a watch and great to see Hyve being used in a studio setup:
So far, there's not word on availability of Hyve or pricing info. So, in essence you'll currently need to attend one of Skot's workshops in order to make one of these alluring synths. However, it won't always be that way and the monthly release of videos, like this one with Joey Gage, points to a future where Hyve might well become available to buy in some form.
- 60 voice stereo polyphony
- It doesn't use OSC or MIDI, it's all analog.
- There is one oscillator per voice
- 3 axis control
- Battery powered / 15V AC adaptor