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NAMM 2017 Synth: Paradigm Analog Synthesizer

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Paradigm is the product of five years of research and development resulting in the first commercially available synthesizer based on dynamically programmable analog signal processing technology.

Unlike conventional analog synthesizers, Paradigm is uniquely capable of dynamically restructuring its own circuitry in real-time, thereby enabling a degree of flexibility and control that has not been previously possible in the analog domain.

This is made possible by an array of four “Apex” programmable analog chips, the third generation of such devices developed by Anadigm Corporation.

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Analog Circuit Configurations

  • Analog Monophonic Synthesizer
  • 3x Voltage Controlled Oscillators with PWM, Oscillator Sync (1->2) and Frequency Modulation
  • 1x Multimode filter, 12db or 24db rolloff, Hi-Pass, Lo-Pass, Band-Pass, and Bandstop
  • Noise Generator (Pink or White)

Polyphonic Hybrid Synthesizer

  • 2x Digital Wavetable Oscillators per note
  • 1x Multimode filter per note, 12db or 24db rolloff, Hi-Pass, Lo-Pass, Band-Pass, and Bandstop
  • Stereo Analog Multimode Filter
  • Overdrive Amp


  • Microcontroller / FPU: 216MHz Renesas SH726B RISC Processor
  • Analog Signal Processors: Anadigm Apex AN231E04 x 4
  • MIDI: In / Out / Thru
  • CV:
  • Digital Effects: Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Reverb, Delay
  • Keyboard: Full size semi-weighted three octaves (37 Keys)
  • Bluetooth
  • USB: Type B for MIDI-over-USB and Firmware Updates
  • Optical S/Pdif (In and Out)
  • Power: 18 VAC / 2A

More info: http://www.fabuloussilicon.com/



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