The Klein Bottle was designed for the noise makers, soundscape artists, endless tinkerers and tone wizards. This epic pedal starts by splitting the input signal into three FX loops, each with dedicated controls for pre-gain, HPF/LPF (bandwidth filters), and mix level. The magic happens when you use the six feedback controls to send the signal from one FX loop into another...and then back again! Keep your existing tone intact with the DRY knob, while layering a cornucopia of sonic goodness on top.
The Super 6 features two DDS oscillators, which run at 50Mhz sample rates, each containing a super-wavetable core that consist of a master oscillator and 6 phase corrected “sister” oscillators, to give you an immense stereo width. Four subtractive waves and 16 wavetables are available at each oscillator, with user defined wavetable upload possible for each core. The second DDS oscillator can hard sync to DDS1, cross fade, cross modulate and hard sync to the first oscillator and can also serve as an extra LFO or sub oscillator with switchable wave shapes.
The ARP Quadra was a 61 key analog synthesizer produced by ARP Instruments, Inc. from 1978 to 1981. The machine combined pre-existing products: the Omni, Odyssey, a Solina-esque string synthesizer unit, a phaser and a divide-down organ with ADSR envelope, and a 4075 24 db low pass filter into one box. It has four sections. Bass is on the bottom two octaves, has two unison bass circuits (electric and string), with AR and a single pole low pass filter and a related AD envelope for cutoff. A string section is similar to the ARP Omni. Poly Synth, and a two voice Lead Synth similar to the Odyssey and a five way mixer with four unit outputs, a stereo pair, a line mono and an XLR out.
After the stir that Arturia caused when they unleashed the MiniBrute on the world, the company decided to follow it up with the even smaller MicroBrute. In order to shrink the hardware further a few compromises had to be made, so the MicroBrute doesn't have the velocity or aftertouch of the MiniBrute. It also makes use of a single-knob per function model, but Arturia has also added a couple of handy new features. These includes a small patch bay along with an analog step sequencer.
Underneath the hood of the AN200 is an analog physical modeling synthesizer that's capable of producing the incredibly fat resonant sounds of those enormous analog synthesizers of the 70's and early 80's. It provides all the essential sound building components, including 2 VCO's, 6 filter types, frequency modulation, pitch sync, VCO sync, filter EG, LFO and more! Plus it gives you a full 5 notes of polyphony (unlike the 2 notes found in most other physical modeling synthesizers), so you can play ultra thick chords by connecting it to a MIDI keyboard. Like the DX200, it's also equipped with over one hundred rhythm sounds and a 16-step analog-style sequencer for creating your own original dance tracks.