analogue monosynth with analogue sequencer
KEY FEATURES OF LEIPZIG-S
voice and modulation
Fat Moog style transistor ladder filter.
2 VCOs with Glide and Sub-VCOs.
Osc Sync & Cross-Mod
Plenty of modulation routing
We are a big fan of electronic
percussion here, so Leipzig-S modulation choices provide for good drum
Analogue step sequencer – with plenty
of clocking options.
Audio input so can be used as a sound
Rugged steel/aluminium construction.
MIDI In for software sequencer
Updates in recent times;
- Resonance pot travel
- Tune ranges trimmed
This synth has NO
- None of the parameters or controls are
quantised. So when you turn a knob, you are turning a resistor that affects
a real analogue circuit.
- Because each parameter is not under
solid CPU control, each parameter has that tiny analogue drift that adds so
much to character.
- You are forced to be creative. No
reliance on presets! Each time you make a sound you are being original.
- Quick, easy and simple to use! WYSIWYG
- no nasty menus and sub-menus to change the sound.
Differences between Leipzig-S/SK and the
Envelopes are now full ADSR
EGs can be disconnected from MIDI trigger
VCO2 can be disconnected from MIDI (free
Analogue step sequencer
VCF can be modulated from either
EG1 or EG2
A blurry picture of Martin Gore (Depeche Mode) with his Leipzig-S, just prior to
recording Delta Machine.
Look! Trent Reznor of NIN (Nine Inch Nails) has one too!
Vince Clarke (Erasure, Yazoo, Depeche Mode, The Assembly)
Ade Fenton (Gary Numan's manager/producer) and his Leipzig-S
i n f o AT analogue solutions d o t com
Concussor Modular Synthesizer
/ Analogue Solutions
e&oe (c) 8/2013