News: MeeBlip triode synthesizer

 In News, Synthesizers

Some days ago, Peter Kirn of CDM has announced the new MeeBlip triode synthesizer, the follow-up of the award-winning MeeBlip anode syntheiszer.

Small. Dirty. Deep. MeeBlips are not polite, and they’re not pristine. They’re deceptively tiny, simple synths that make big, grimy sounds. The award-winning MeeBlip anode was already capable of producing ridiculous bass sounds. So with triode, we challenged ourselves to make things even more extreme. triode’s huge sound is driven by three oscillators and a unique twin-t analog lowpass filter. Switch on the pure square wave sub-oscillator and punish your favorite subwoofers.

Analog filter – Our aggressive Twin-T analog filter is unlike anything you’ve heard. It can be warm and sweet when you want it to be, or crank it up for over-the-top resonance and distortion.
Three powerful oscillators – Detune triode’s dual digital oscillators for huge sounds. Activate the pure digital sub-oscillator for more bass. Enable PWM sweep to add shimmer.
Wavetable mode – triode includes a hidden wavetable mode with 24 aggressive digital textures for sonic variety.
Full MIDI control – triode offers full MIDI control, including real-time tweaking of parameters using MIDI CC. Perfect for live performance or as part of a sequencer-based rig.
Open source – MeeBlip triode is open source hardware. It comes ready to use, but you’re welcome to check out the schematics, read through the code and make changes.
Extended controls – Get hands on and tweak your sounds from the front panel. If you want more control, hidden parameters like envelope and filter attack, Pulse width and envelope modulation are available using MIDI CC.

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