"So I took a few days of brainstorming with myself, and came up with a new idea: The most important sound shaping thing (to my opinion), is the filter. So if I just could scramble things a bit down, and make a box with oscillators, VCA's, modulation sources, and maybe some effect modules, and just made the filters replacable, it would theoretically give almost the same possibilities as my eurorack system, but with added patch storage. And if I one day got tired of its sound, I would just have to replace one or both of its filters, and then I would get new sounds, without having to design or purchase a completely new synth. The design of anAmoNo X began... anAmoNo X has a number of built-in "modules", like oscillators, filters, LFO's and so on. Every module has a number of modulation input connectors, and most modules also has a number of audio input connectors. For the modulation input connectors ANY output from any other module can be connected (both audio and modulation outputs). For the audio input connectors, any audio output from any other module can be connected. The 2 analog filters also appears as modules. To make everything work as fast and effective as possible, anAmoNo X is not programmed behind any "OS". Everything is performed directly by the processor, and everything is programmed in assembly language, which is up to 30 times more effective than the C++ language, that most people program in, and it is programmed specificly for the anAmoNo X hardware. 1024 preset slots and 1024 song slots are available, all user programmable." zit.Fleming Christensen http://www.gotharman.dk/anamono_x.htm Scheint mir ein hochspannender Synth zu sein. Vielleicht der interessanteste Synth des Jahres. Hybrid. VA und Samples als Oszillatoren. Analoge, wechselbare Filter. Sampler. Granulare Effekte. Ich mag die Presets von Fleming nicht so. Alles ein bisschen rauh und roh. Smooth gibts nicht. Man müsste den AnaMono mal ausprobieren können, um zu sehen, wie schnell und wie weit er sich dem eigenen Willen fügt. Soll ich vorbestellen? Die große Frage. Oder warten? Noch jemand auf der Anamono X-Spur?