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Synthedit Products

Triton synthesizer.
The new Triton synthesizer is a revamp of the old VCS5 but in a sense closer to the pioneering days when a synthesizer, after having been sold would be returned to the synthesizer company and modified after a request made by a musician, making that model special to the individual user.
Atheria
This is a choral simulation keyboard using modelling based on human traits such as pitch variance with repetitive note soundings and varying response times to a prompt.   This instrument needs a MIDI keyboard with aftertouch to obtain the most out of it in terms of expressive playing.
Harmonica Plastique
Based on the Glass Armonica invented by Benjamin Franklin and has a sound somewhat resembling a music box.   To listen to an example of the real instrument visit YouTube and keyword search on "Thomas Bloch".    This instrument needs a MIDI keyboard with aftertouch to obtain the most out of it in terms of expressive playing.
Digital Tape Machine
This is an homage to the many small teams of Musique Concrete artists and particularly the BBC Radiophonic Workshop members who used to experiment with tape loops to make electronic music on banks of tape recorders and other equipment.
P-Funk Clapper
Quit Doobyin' your funk and put that clap with that bass! This clap machine has various controls to change the style such as random timing spread and percussion, and comes with a test button linked to a Low Frequency clock timer to allow the user to get the style of clap to suit the track.
Church Organ
Single or split keyboard church organ with traditional stops and mixtures. A truly vast sound!