AVP Synths have just announced a new monophonic bass synth. Before we question whether we actually need another one (Moog Mother 32, Behringer D, Roland SE-02... etc) check out the specs on this one. Plus being inspired by Soviet era synths will likely give it a different vibe to the aforementioned mono synths.
We're waiting on a video with line out audio to arrive so we can actually hear this lovely looking synth in action.
Here's details and photos from Guga Gusein / AVP Synths in the meantime:
MBS-100 is a monophonic bass synthesizer inspired by synthesizers produced in the soviet era times while having the flexibility, MIDI control and compact steel package of the 21st century. It has 19 knobs, 3 switches and 4 buttons with which you can control the parameters of the sound and MIDI.
You can read the full manual here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0vHJq8_zIzOdXRGbDBoRTg5SUk/view
Price: 449 EURO (or its USD equivalent)
Trackable shipping to Europe/UK, USA/Canada is included. For other locations, please contact us for a quote!
For all the inquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
[Via: Guga Guesin on Facebook]
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