This is a bare PCB for the greatest DIY 6-voice (polyphonic) synthesizer of all-time: the Ambika originally designed by Mutable InstrumentsSold By SynthDIY, Ships from Canada
This is a bare PCB for the greatest DIY 6-voice (polyphonic) synthesizer of all-time: the Ambika originally designed by Mutable Instruments, and later open-sourced. Pair this with any of the relate...Read More…
This is a bare PCB for the greatest DIY 6-voice (polyphonic) synthesizer of all-time: the Ambika originally designed by Mutable Instruments, and later open-sourced. Pair this with any of the related voicecards to build your custom Ambika. You can play it as a 6-voice polysynth, an ensemble of 6 monosynths, or anything inbetween due to its easily configurable voicing architecture.
A fully through-hole design makes this an easy assembly for all levels of DIY experience.
6 voices with individual outputs
2 digital oscillators per voice, with 36 oscillator algorithms/wavetables
1 sub-oscillator, also configurable as a transient generator
pre-filter overdrive and bit-crushing effect
analog 4-pole filter (or 2-pole multimode filter depending on the type of voicecard used) and VCA
3 ADSR envelopes, 3 patch-level LFOs, 1 voice-level LFO
modulation matrix with 14 slots and 4 modulation modifiers
1 arpeggiator, 1 note sequencer and 2 step sequencers per part
flexible mapping of the 6 voices. A single patch with 6 voice-polyphony, 6 independent mono parts, 2 layered patches with 3-voices polyphony, a 3-voice unison bass line on the lower half of the keyboard with a 3-voice unison lead on the upper half, etc.
SD-card storage allows the storing of a life-long of patches
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