Nymph(e)s are chthonic demi-goddesses who not only personify nature but are regularly associated with the wild.
They inhabit rivers, springs, woods, groves, fields, caves, mountains and valleys.
They preside over fountains, sacred wells and fresh water.
The Polyphonic Synthesizer N Y M P H E S was developed during the obscure pandemic times and we really hope that it will bring a pinch of happiness on your face. We tried to condense an ambitious idea in a small and compact box, without any compromise in the quality of the final instrument.
> MIDI over USB or via DIN5 with Full CC in and out documentation
> Compact, USB powered for maximum portability
> Metal enclosure
Features per Voice
> 1x VCO with Wave Forming
> 1x Sub Oscillator
> Noise generator
> 1x LFO per voice with: Key track, Fade In and Fade out, 5 waveforms and wide frequency (into the FM range)
> 2x Envelope Generators
> 24dB/octave Low Pass Resonant Filter with accurate tracking
> 6dB/octave High Pass Non-Resonant Filter
Common Voice Features
> 1x common LFO (named LFO2) that can target any and multiple parameters with different amount to each one at the same time , with: Key track, Fade In and Fade out, 5 waveforms and Wide Frequency (into the FM range)
> 7x active Chords that you can edit, modulate and store on each preset
> Modulation wheel, Velocity and Aftertouch (monophonic) can target any and multiple parameters with different amount to each one at the same time
Specifications & Connections
USB powered (1.5 Watts) 50 Playing hours with 20,000mA portable power bank MIDI IN via USB or DIN5 ¼ MONO TS Jack Out ⅛ Headphones Out
Dimensions: 24 x 12.5 x 3.8 cm Weight: 0.85 kg
> USB-A Adapter (5v) with 1000mA or more
> MIDI device or keyboard that is equipped with either USB HOST or DIN5 midi output
> Monitor, Amp or Headphones
Included in the box
> USB cable (A to B)
> DIN5 to 3.5mm adapter (specs as found at midi.org)
> Quick Start Guide
> Menu Map
IMPORTANT NOTE: True power consumption is at 310mA. Some computers cannot deliver that much current. Please make sure that your device has sufficient current for Nymphes before connecting it- otherwise if you want to connect it with a computer, you will need a USB splitter or a powered USB hub. When using a USB adapter, always make sure it can deliver 1000mA or more.