Greek synth manufacturer Dreadbox showed off their new Abyss synth at this years NAMM Tech Convention.
Dreadbox have been making cool-looking and sounding synths for some time but their name isn’t as openly spoken in production circles such as the Moogs’ or Doepfers’.
Saying that, they have a legion of loyal fans who swear by their synths and effect boxes.
The new Abyss is a four-voice analogue synth that cab be used in four modes - polyphony, unison, multi-channel and chords. Not only that there is a wealth of programming options that really come together to produce a complex yet raw analogue sound.
The Dreadbox is a cool looking table top instrument with its black and blue styling with some unique features that will be available from April.
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