Oversynth Overlay For DSI Evolver Desktop Synthesizer Now Available

Take control of your DSI Evolver synth with this handy overlay, and get a discount when you use the Ask.Audio code at checkout.  

Ever since its introduction in 2002, the Evolver desktop synthesizer has been a dream machine for many musicians, producers, and sound designers. Its sound engine includes two analog and two digital oscillators with various waveforms, oscillator sync, FM, AM, ring mod, two stereo filters, three envelopes, four LFOs, tuned feedback and delay effects capable of Karplus-Strong physical modeling, bit-depth reduction, distortion, and a four-track step sequencer.

Every one of the Evolver’s numerous parameters can be edited from its front panel, using eight knobs and a handful of selection buttons. The user interface may seem sparse at first but it’s actually very well thought out and surprisingly fast to navigate… provided you know how to use it.  That is where this new overlay comes in!

The oversynth.com overlay for the Evolver is like a topographical map that guides you through a wilderness of parameters, making it just as easy to perform quick edits as deep sound design in realtime during a musical performance. The high-contrast design uses large fonts and distinctive color-coding to group all parameters according to recognizable synthesizer functions: Oscillator parameters are blue, filter parameters are red, LFO parameters are yellow, etc.  The waterproof overlay is printed on a durable synthetic polymer material with a matte finish to minimize glare from overhead lights.

Installation of the overlay takes about 1 minute. Simply remove the eight front panel knobs, peel off the removable-adhesive backing from the four corners on the reverse side of the overlay, place the overlay over the Evolver’s front panel, and put the knobs back on. The adhesive provided is low-tack so the overlay can easily be removed if desired.

Price: $32. Get $5 off by using the code ASKAUDIO at checkout.

The new overlay for the DSI Evolver is available now from https://www.oversynth.com

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More


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