SOMA Labs has revealed its new TERRA microtonal synth that is encased in a single piece of solid wood.
Currently being manufactured, the synth can make a range of digital sounds with 32 algorithms that are designed to be a complete instrument on its own.
The TERRA also has a keyboard with different sensors to allow for timbre control and pitch shifts.
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Other features include a motion sensor, an LED sensor and a built-in FX processor.
SOMA Labs say that the concept of the synth is “the unity of nature and technology, and a perfect balance between simplicity and versatility. Behind the extremely simple interface hides a complex polyphonic, microtonal synthesizer with a broad and flexible sound palette that ranges from classical beautiful tones to complex atonal noise, and offers smooth and fast transitions between these extremes.”
Watch a video demonstrating the TERRA synth below.
Find out more about the TERRA synth here.
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