DUBREQ is launching the Stylophone Gen R-8
Introducing the Stylophone Gen R-8, a brand NEW Touch Analog Synthesizer, designed and manufactured in Britain. The synth comes packed with features of much larger and more expensive instruments.
The original Stylophone was invented in 1968 by Brian Jarvis, co-founder of Dubreq Studios and has since then become one of the best selling single musical instruments of all time, having sold three million units in the 1960’s and 70’s, and almost a million further units since its re-launch in 2007.
The new Gen R-8 comes packed with features of much larger and more expensive instruments:
- Full analog signal path
- Steel enclosure
- Dual VCOs with Saw, Square and PWM (oscillator 1)
- Sub oscillators and Subsub oscillators for room shaking bass
- Unique British design 12dB VCF with Low pass, High pass, Band pass and wide Notch
- Fast and punchy envelope
- Supersensitive 3-octave TOUCH keyboard
- Glide and Modulation keys for expressive performance control
- 8 waveform LFO with S&H and One-shot feature
- 19 CV/Gate patch points for advanced modular patching
- Grungy analog style Delay with modulation CV
- Drive knob for extra boost and fatness
- 16-step sequencer with 8 banks and on-the-fly switching
- MIDI in/out
The Stylophone Gen R-8 is sure to be a highlight of NAMM 2019.The Gen R-8 is a currently a limited edition product. For prices and availability check the Dubreq page.