A little bird tweeted us that Radikal Technologies, the German synth maker known for the Spectralis, Accelerator, and interestingly, one of the first affordable home studio control surfaces, just today announced the Delta CEP A, a complete paraphonic synth voice in Eurorack modular format.
Based around a swarm-type oscillator, it can be part of an existing Eurorack setup or function as a complete stand-alone synthesizer, with patch memory, a sequencer, and a half-normalled signal path so that patching is not required to start creating sounds immediately.
From Radikal's Jorg Schaff:
"The Delta CEP A is the perfect starting point into the Eurorack modular world. A MIDI to CV Interface, Oscillators, Filters, LFO, Envelope Generator, Mixer, VCA and a FX section and even a memory sequencer/interpolator for new incredible sound FXs. Each section has inputs and outputs and adds a lot of power to any already existing modular synth. The Delta CEP A can also be used totally independent from any Eurorack frame with our Delta CEP A desktop casing. Even without patching one single cable, the Delta can be used as a powerful solo synthesizer and Chords/Pads machine."
Hit up the previously linked product page for a full specs list. Radikal will be exhibiting at NAMM 2018, booth 10508. We'll be reporting on Radikal -- and all things synthesizer -- from the show floor.