- Completely analogue signal path
- Combination of 5-voice polyphonic synthesiser, rhythm/bass synthesiser, noise generator, stereo multi-mode filter, stereo delay and built-in contact microphone
- All sections are played and connected by touching the touch pads (electrically conductive objects such as coins can also be used)
- Polyphonic synthesiser with 5 voices, tuning control per voice, ring modulators and 6 pads for modulation
- Rhythm/bass synthesiser consisting of a pulse generator with 9 binary outputs and tempo control
- Stereo multi-mode filter (low-pass, band-pass, high-pass) with separate touch pads for left and right channel
- Stereo delay with separately adjustable delay time for left and right channel, adjustable cross-modulation and feedback
- Built-in piezo contact microphone with gain control and separate output
- Three bolts for mounting springs, rubber bands and other objects allow Enner to be used as an electro-acoustic instrument
- The electrically conductive knobs work as modulation inputs and audio outputs when touched
- Input for external instruments and audio signals: 6.3 mm jack
- Stereo outputs: 2x 6.3 mm jack
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 345 x 260 x 60 mm
- Weight: 2.5 kg
- Incl. external power supply (12V DC)
ENNER is a very expressive sound tool that can generate bits, pads, FX, noises, clicks, glitches, but also function as a cool vocal mic with built-in analog FX and much more! A musician with a rich imagination and who’s experienced in playing ENNER can perform an entire exciting gig using just this synth.
As an instrument, ENNER is a unique analog synthesizer with the key principle being that all signals that make sound pass through and are managed by your body. Your hands become the central part of the circuitry. Touching different contact pads with different parts of your fingers and palms with different amounts of pressure, letting signals pass through your body defines the mixing, volume, timbre, feedback and other parameters of synthesis. Human skin has much more complex electric properties than we think. Our skin provides not just resistance but also some capacitive properties and even nonlinear dependence of conductivity from current, its direction and time during which the current was applied. All of this affects the sound, making you the key part of the synthesis process.
All pots of ENNER are metallic and also function as inputs or outputs. Touching a pot can change not only the parameters but also patch the audio signals.
More information you can find here: SOMA ENNER