A Unique Synthesizer that Offers 6 Different Synthesis Modes and Requires No Knowledge of Synthesis Concepts!Designed by Ellitone Instruments, Ships from United States of America
The Ellitone Multi-Synth is a budget-friendly digital synthesizer that can produce a wide variety of sounds thanks to its 6 synthesis/operation modes. Each of these 6 synthesis/operation modes uti...Read More…
is a budget-friendly digital synthesizer that can produce a wide variety of sounds thanks to its 6 synthesis/operation modes. Each of these 6 synthesis/operation modes utilize the instruments 4 knobs, 4 keys, and center patch bay in different ways.
This instrument comes fully assembled
to know about the Ellitone Multi-Synth is that it requires 0% knowledge of synthesizers or synthesis concepts to instantly pick up, patch, and play. All that is required to master the operation of this electronic musical instrument is experimentation.
Without a single patch wire connected within the patch bay, the entire instrument is in its BASE STATE - This initial operation mode is simple, Each of the 4 keys trigger a different note, the knob above each key adjusts the frequency of that note.
After playing a few melodies like this, curiousity would lead to questioning the use of the patch bay in the center.
This patching area is set up in such a way that ANY connection made from one of the 6 Smaller Output Jacks into the 1 Larger Input Jack will make a change to the current sound that is both immediate and understandable. This simple idea allows for someone without any knowledge of synthesis terminology to be able to play and patch here without becoming confused over concepts like Gates Envelopes Pulse Widths Resonance and so on.
Therefore, knowledge and understanding of the following information is not essential for the operation and enjoyment of this musical instrument. It is instead, a brief explanation of the individual synthesis modes for those who want the jargon!
Simply patch one of the 6 output option jacks into any of these 5 input holes to make a new selection for that setting.
options 1-6 represent the 6 different waveform shapes that can be selected at any time during operation.
options 1-6 each represent a unique way to group and tune the 1-8 oscillators that may be voiced simultaneously. These 8 oscillators can be tuned in octaves or tuned into chords. The current chord tuning options available to you are regularly being re-calculated and shuffled into the select-able options in order to provide a never-ending element of sonic exploration.
This input hole selects which synthesis/operation mode the entire unit functions in. Use output options 1-6 to patch select the different modes.
Sets new Sequencer Speeds or Envelope Settings depending on what operation/synthesis mode selected
Select Rhythmic patterns to be applied to your synth voice or running sequence. Also used to apply rhythmic envelopes to modulate certain parameters in certain modes.
- Infinite Bounce Matter (bouncing ball style sequencer)
- Chirpp (experimental cosine-grain type synthesis)
- Panic Voice Engine (brutal data distortion type synthesis)
The signals used within the patch bay area of the Ellitone are not CV.
-Ellitone Multi-Synth is powered by a mini-USB cord (Included)
-(5) patch wires (included)
-Audio is output through an 1/8 inch (headphone) style jack.
-Every unit i build is a small piece of myself; your support is appreciated -Ellis
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