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UDO Audio Super 6 Desktop Analogue Synth

UDO Audio

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Hybrid synthesizer with binaural voice architecture

UDO Audio 's Super 6 Desktop is the compact desktop version of the highly acclaimed keyboard synthesizer. Identical in design and with optionally available mounting brackets suitable for installation in a 19" rack, the compact instrument also presents itself as a 12-voice polyphonic, digital-analog hybrid synth esizer with binaural voice architecture. As a third option to give the Super 6 Desktop a place in the studio, the bottom of the case offers the possibility to attach a VESA mount as known from computer monitors. The high-quality controls are a pleasure to adjust the numerous parameters and at the same time stand for easy operability and high playing pleasure.

Sound Architecture

The Super 6 features two high-resolution digital oscillators that deliver sine, triangle, sawtooth, square and Noise. In addition, oscillator 1 has 16 user wavetables and oscillator 2 has been given pulse width modulation. Furthermore, the oscillator section offers pitch modulation via LFO and envelope, hardsync, Crossmodulation (FM), a sub-oscillator and an X-fade mode for mixing the tone generators. An analog 24 dB Lowpass filter with downstream rigid Highpass Filter and a switchable two-stage drive serve to process the rich sound spectrum. The VCA is also analogue and can be modulated by an LFO in addition to the envelope (tremolo effect).

Modulations & Effects

For plenty of movement in the sound sorgen two different LFOs, two ADSR envelopes, the assignments for controllers such as aftertouch, Pitchbend and modulation wheel, as well as the comprehensive modulation matrix with multiple entries that can be stored in Patch. The Super 6 is also ideal for processing audio signals, as it has an audio channel with trigger function for driving the envelopes. The signal chain is rounded off with the two high-quality 24-bit stereo effects Delay and Chorus.

Playing aids

An external MIDI keyboard can be used to play the Arpeggiator and program the step sequencer. Both are extensively equipped and of course synchronizable to MIDI-Clock. In Voice Mode, the voices are assigned across the board; mono, legato, Unisono and two poly modes cover everything. If required, the binaural voice distribution can be switched on for a very dynamic and lively voice distribution in the panorama. The Super 6 has 128 memory locations for storing and recalling your own sounds. If you prefer to work with the controls, simply press the manual button, from then on the sound you hear matches the current settings and it behaves like a classic analog.

The next Jupiter

If you think you've recognized a "new Roland Jupiter-6" in this sea of faders, you can be sure: visually and functionally, "UDO" is based on it, but sonically it's in a completely different league. The Super 6 sounds modern-analog and noble-digital at the same time; but also a bit British in the best sense.

Product Overview

Hybrid synthesizer with binaural voice architecture

UDO Audio 's Super 6 Desktop is the compact desktop version of the highly acclaimed keyboard synthesizer. Identical in design and with optionally available mounting brackets suitable for installation in a 19" rack, the compact instrument also presents itself as a 12-voice polyphonic, digital-analog hybrid synth esizer with binaural voice architecture. As a third option to give the Super 6 Desktop a place in the studio, the bottom of the case offers the possibility to attach a VESA mount as known from computer monitors. The high-quality controls are a pleasure to adjust the numerous parameters and at the same time stand for easy operability and high playing pleasure.

Sound Architecture

The Super 6 features two high-resolution digital oscillators that deliver sine, triangle, sawtooth, square and Noise. In addition, oscillator 1 has 16 user wavetables and oscillator 2 has been given pulse width modulation. Furthermore, the oscillator section offers pitch modulation via LFO and envelope, hardsync, Crossmodulation (FM), a sub-oscillator and an X-fade mode for mixing the tone generators. An analog 24 dB Lowpass filter with downstream rigid Highpass Filter and a switchable two-stage drive serve to process the rich sound spectrum. The VCA is also analogue and can be modulated by an LFO in addition to the envelope (tremolo effect).

Modulations & Effects

For plenty of movement in the sound sorgen two different LFOs, two ADSR envelopes, the assignments for controllers such as aftertouch, Pitchbend and modulation wheel, as well as the comprehensive modulation matrix with multiple entries that can be stored in Patch. The Super 6 is also ideal for processing audio signals, as it has an audio channel with trigger function for driving the envelopes. The signal chain is rounded off with the two high-quality 24-bit stereo effects Delay and Chorus.

Playing aids

An external MIDI keyboard can be used to play the Arpeggiator and program the step sequencer. Both are extensively equipped and of course synchronizable to MIDI-Clock. In Voice Mode, the voices are assigned across the board; mono, legato, Unisono and two poly modes cover everything. If required, the binaural voice distribution can be switched on for a very dynamic and lively voice distribution in the panorama. The Super 6 has 128 memory locations for storing and recalling your own sounds. If you prefer to work with the controls, simply press the manual button, from then on the sound you hear matches the current settings and it behaves like a classic analog.

The next Jupiter

If you think you've recognized a "new Roland Jupiter-6" in this sea of faders, you can be sure: visually and functionally, "UDO" is based on it, but sonically it's in a completely different league. The Super 6 sounds modern-analog and noble-digital at the same time; but also a bit British in the best sense.