The dsp-G1 Analog Modeling Synthesizer

$1,939USD
raised of $5,000 goal
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This campaign started on Apr 22 and closed on June 21, 2014 (11:59pm PT).
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  • $30USD
    Featured
    Order the dsp-Gplug

    The dsp-Gplug is a self-contained, self-powered analog modeling synth built into the plug itself. No power required. Plug it into a MIDI-Out jack and audio into the plug and you have a synth set to go.

    Estimated delivery: September 2014

    30 claimed

  • $3USD
    Encouragement

    $3 for some coffee. Keeps me awake during those long nights of development. A nice way to encourage me to continue.

    1 claimed

  • $10USD
    Support the dsp-G1

    An amount of $10 supports the developement of the dsp-G1. The $10 will be applied if you order a synth.

    Estimated delivery: September 2014

    0 claimed

  • $20USD
    The NXP dsp-Engine chip

    The 8-pin DIP chip is preprogrammed with the dsp_G1 Engine and can be controlled over TTL-serial 115Kbaud. 44.1KHz 16-bit audio output. Solder it to an Arduino Project shield and you have an instant analog modeling synth controlled from you Arduino. 3.3v Power requirement. Arduino library included. $20 includes international shipping.

    Estimated delivery: August 2014

    2 out of 50 claimed

  • $50USD
    Preorder the dsp-G1

    An amount of $50 lets you preorder one of the first 100 synths manufactured. The $50 is deducted from the retail price when you order your synth. If orders are more than the first 100 run, you will still recieve one when more are manufactured.

    Estimated delivery: September 2014

    3 claimed

  • $120USD
    Order the dsp-Gx

    $120 buys one of the first 50 units & includes international shipping.

    Estimated delivery: October 2014

    2 out of 5 claimed

  • $200USD
    Order a dsp-G1

    $200 buys one of the first 100 units & includes international shipping.

    Estimated delivery: October 2014

    3 out of 5 claimed

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