Sep 10

Novation UltraNova, now there’s a name that conjures up something special. I remember in 1998/99 the two synths that were most raved about were the Yamaha EX5 and the Novation Supernova II. Well  it seems that Yamaha moved ahead with the Motif range and is just about to release the Motif XF, whilst Novation just stopped producing incredible synths and went on to concentrate their efforts on controller keyboards, which is how they got started if I remember correctly.

The Novation UltraNova is an analog-modeling synthesizer with eight assignable touch-sensitive rotary encoders. Well this little beauty is going to be released,  probably in November and have a street price of about £500 and I am sure our friends at AbsoluteMusic will give you a great price. I am not going to go into all of it’s Spec at present (as I hope to review this in full before the end of the year) but simply leave you with these clips which say it all:-

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  1. Pokerspiel Says:

    Took me time to read the whole article, the article is great but the comments bring more brainstorm ideas, thanks.

    – Johnson

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