UVI released PX SunBox, an galactic Analog/Digital Hybrid Synth inspired by the incredible German-born SunSyn by JoMoX
The Best of Both Worlds
A feat of instrument design, the SunSyn is a fantastically complex-in-all-the-right-places labor of love from German synthmaker JoMoX. Released in 1999, it can be considered in simple terms as an 8-voice polyphonic analog/digital hybrid, or in a more adventurous way as 8 discrete modular mono synths. Each voice is outfitted with 2 true analog oscillators capable of saw, square, or pulse with PWM, and 2 guided digital oscillators with hundreds of waveforms and custom sample support.
UVI PX SunBox | Machine Close-up
The filter section is equally impressive, with a morphable 4-pole true analog filter with discrete control over each pole’s cutoff frequency. But maybe the most groundbreaking aspect is the modulation matrix. In spirit it’s much closer to that of larger modular analog systems, allowing 4096 possible routings per element, 4 elements per voice, all done in the analog domain. But unlike fully analog systems the modulation routings here can be quickly made through an interactive matrix and saved in patch memory for instant recall.
Intro: 49,00 € (-37.9%)
Regular: 79,00 €
More info here: UVI | PX SunBox