DreadboxTyphon Portable Analog Synth


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Dreadbox Typhon

Perhaps the ultimate option for a portable, yet affordable analog synthesizer, Typhon delivers the proven sound of Dreadbox's previous analog designs. The core of Typhon's sound lies in true analog components; two VCOs, a 24 dB/oct low pass filter, and analog VCAs provide rich timbres and full body. Add in digital modulation sources and stellar 32-bit/96 kHz effects, and Typhon becomes a compact playground for sound design and composition. Typhon can also process external sounds with its built-in distortion, chorus, delay, and reverb effects. Best of all, Typhon runs off of USB power, meaning it can be the perfect companion to music making on the go when used with a power bank. Simply put, physical size is no indication of the worlds to be found within the Dreadbox Typhon.

Typhon Features

  • Portable, USB-powered Analog synthesizer
  • Monophonic
  • Aluminum enclosure
  • 2 analog VCOs
  • Analog 24 db/oct resonant LPF
  • Analog VCAs
  • Dedicated envelope generators for filter and amplitude
  • 3 assignable modulators for LFOs, envelopes, random, or step sequences
  • 32 step sequencer
  • 32-bit, 96 kHz digital effects designed by Sinevibes
  • Effects include distortion, delay, reverb, chorus, and more
  • Process external sounds with Typhon's effects engine
  • 256 preset storage┬áslots, with factory preset patches included
  • Extended MIDI control via 5-pin or USB
  • Up to 60 hours of play time when used with a 20,000 mA power bank
  • 1/4" Stereo Outputs
  • 1/8" headphones output
  • 1/8" audio input
  • MIDI 5-pin I/O
  • USB for MIDI and power
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