A DIY virtual analog polyphonic synthesizer | chorder | arp
With 2 oscillators, 1 sub-oscillator, a switchable 4-pole lowpass and multimode 2-pole filter, 3 envelopes and 3 LFOs per voice, the P6 is capable of producing a large array of classic analog-like sounds, pads, strings, brasses, organs, leads, basses, arpeggios, fx’s and even drum sounds.
Thanks to the easy to use interface with 6 encoders and 9 buttons, you will find yourself creating sounds in no time.
Housed in a compact and stylish matte black (think fingerprint resistant) laser cut enclosure, the P6 is a small-in-size but powerful-in-sound addition to your music rig.
UPDATE July, 8th 2014
A new firmware will be available shortly, mainly featuring FXs and other improvements in the matrix (more patchcords/sources/destinations). This new firmware will be FREE (like all our firmware upgrades) and can be installed without opening the case thanks to the mini USB port. Preview:
See below for other sounds recorded with the current firmware.
Check the description section on Youtube if you want to know what’s happening
Here are some sound samples recorded during the development of the P6′s firmware.
Samples are added on a regular basis.
I’m sold, how do I get one?
The P6 is available as a DIY kit including everything included to build it (pcb, components, cpu card, knobs, case, etc…), except the very common 9V DC adapter.
You will additionally need a soldering iron, some solder, basic soldering skills as well as the ability to follow simple but precise instructions (see the DIY soldering guide to check what’s involved).
UPDATE: the kit is now available as standard with the CMS DAC already soldered and ready to use, making the P6 kit 100% thru-hole.