Mute 4.0 Synth
Mute 4.0 Synth
Release Date: 7th December 2018
Following on from Mute Synth and Mute Synth 2.
The Dirty Electronics MUTE 4.0 SYNTH is a synth with inputs, a digital wavetable synthesiser, an analogue noise circuit, and programmable sequencer. These features can all be combined in an environment to experiment with sound. Being hand-held, battery-powered and with headphone and line out, the synth is ideal for music making on the move as well as in the studio. At a turn of a knob and press of a button, sequences, control voltages, and cut-up loops can be programmed; or listen to the Voltage Collection by Dirty Electronics.
The MUTE 4.0 SYNTH is on-going research by Dirty Electronics into making music with wires and code, objects and materials; and an artwork printed circuit board collaboration with Adrian Shaughnessy and Regular Practice. Printed circuit board meets album cover.
- Two inputs/sound sources - mixer
- Sequencer (programmable)
- Programmable control voltages (x5) +5v
- Cut-up - brassage (programmable)
- On-board wavetable synth (select sounds and algorithms)
- Feedback/noise circuit
- Filter (VCF) - bandpass/lowpass + resonance
- Touch and knob/pot controls
- External sync
- Battery powered (9v)
- Headphone/line out
- Expandable - chip releases
- Artwork PCB
Expand the Synth with a limited edition chip by Dirty Electronics and Max Wainwright with mangled waveforms and accompanying fold-out booklet on microcomputer music.
Full guide @ dirtyelectronics.org