Following the rumors of Novation aiming to announce a new product at Superbooth 2017 in Berlin, details about not one, but two brand new Novation synthesizers are now available online. The new synths called Novation Peak and Novation Circuit Mono Station look very exciting and we’re looking forward to checking them out in person and hopefully sharing some exclusive video content from Superbooth tomorrow.
Judging by the information available on the GAK website, Novation Peak is an 8-voice polyphonic desktop synthesizer with three New Oxford oscillators per voice and 17 digital wavetables. In addition to the rather impressive OSC section, peak features a 16-slot modulation matrix and 16 cusomizable modulation controls on the front panel. There are also three distortion points per voice (global, pre-filter, and post-filter), along with a resonant multi-mode filter for each voice. All this functionality comes at a price, of course. Novation Peak will retail for €1,449.99 at launch and is already available for pre-order. Here is an official video from Novation, showing the synth’s technical details and specs:
The second new product called Novation Circuit Mono Station is a lightweight mono synthesizer with 32 velocity-sensitive RGB pads and a 4×8 modulation matrix. The synth also features a multi-mode filter, three distortion modes, two syncable oscillators, and three step sequencer tracks. Another interesting feature is the ability to pass external audio through the synth engine and use it as a hardware multi-effect unit. The synth will cost €556.79 and come bundled with 4GB of Loopmasters audio content and a copy of Ableton Live Lite.
If you’d like to learn more about these two synths, stay tuned and subscribe to our YouTube channel. We’re hoping to take a closer look at Novation Peak and Novation Circuit Mono Station at Superbooth tomorrow and hopefully publish a couple of videos showing the two synths in action.
More info: Novation