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MakeProAudio Dino Park EURO analog synth modules introduced at Superbooth19

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“You make audio gear company” MakeProAudio has announced the Dino Park EURO multi-model synthesizer and Dino Park EURO Drums and Bass, an analog modeling percussion and bass synthesizer for EuroRack.

Featured along with the MPA Platform at Superbooth 2019 Berlin, the new Dino Park EURO series offers flexible and affordable analog modeling synthesis for studio and stage.

Dino Park EURO at Superbooth 2019

The Dino Park EURO Family offers musicians just starting their Eurorack journey big sound with no effort along with the accessibility of a complete voice desktop polysynth. For Eurorack veterans it offers a sonic pallet expanding polysynth that can produce a variety of timbres in one ergonomic module. All with the added tweak-ability and the reliability of digital recall. Perfect for live performance and capturing musical inspiration on the fly. True “best of” utility in big analog sound with the recall-reliability of digital.

When the Dino Park Euro Family ships in July 2019, EuroRack and synth loving musicians along with Makers, DIYers and audio anarchists can choose a Dino Park EURO kit that meets their needs.

Dino Park EURO is a polyphonic, multi-model synthesizer for Eurorack with 2 CV-Voice-Control-Ins (V/Oct and Gate), 4 assignable CV-Ins with Offset and Attenuation Control plus USB-MIDI (Host and Device).

Dino Park EURO

It’s an ergonomic, affordable and responsive hardware synth that ships with three CreamWare replica models of legendary synth classics: the super-phat 10-voice Minimax, punchy 10-voice Prodyssey and uber-expressive 12-voice Pro12. It’s also future proof with the capacity to store up to 32 Synt-Models in on-board memory and extendable with future availability of additive, wavetable, FM and drum/percussion model synths via the MPA online store.

Not just a complete EuroRack module, but three revered analog classics in an affordable, high-end modeling synthesizer. The legendary CreamWare modelling emulations, unparalleled in quality available in a new exciting Eurorack form.

Dino Park EURO features

  • True “ best of” utility in big analog sound with the recall-reliability of digital.
  • Rich sound / synthesis provided by SHARC processing DSP.
  • Zero latency / responsive hardware feel.
  • Two CV Voice Control Inputs (each V/Oct and Gate).
  • Four assignable CV Inputs with Offset and Attenuation Encoders.
  • LCD Display, stores 100 presets.
  • Control via USB MIDI Keyboard, via VSTI Control Surfaces (Mac + PC) across USB MIDI Device Port, via GLUE in HYBR or Custom Modes across USB MIDI Device Port.
  • 48kHz (internal oversampling of up to 192kHz)/32 bit internal digital audio path.
  • AD/DA Codec Dynamic Range (S/N) 108dB.
  • VSTi remote control user interface/editor (Mac & Win).
  • Dimension approx. 128.5mm (h) x 162mm (w) x 75mm (d).

Dino Park EURO Drums and Bass analog modeling percussion and bass synthesizer offers the most advanced percussion synth modeling available for Eurorack. It features 11 drum/percussion instruments and one bass voice, ten dedicated drum gate inputs, CV voice control for the bass voice and four additional assignable CV inputs.

MakeProAudio Dino Park EURO DnB

Advanced intuitive control over instruments adds to the sonic sculpting possibilities. The range of control is tailored to the instrument model and provides easy control to bring out the subtleties of drum voice timbres. All possible with SHARC powered detail.

For example everybody’s favorite cowbell offers four control parameters that include Tune, Decay, FM and Tonal to bring out the detail for more Cowbell! While more complex instruments such as Kick include 19 waveforms to choose from and 9 parameters with variations for tuning, amplifier envelopes, transients and body for that ommmfff.

Dino Park EURO Drums and Bass also comes with three legendary CreamWare synth models pre-loaded: the super-phat 10-voice Minimax, punchy 10-voice Prodyssey and uber-expressive 12-voice Pro12. Future proof with the capacity to store up to 32 Synth-Models in on-board memory and extendable with future availability of additive, wavetable, FM and drum/percussion model synths via the MPA online store.

Dino Park EURO Drums and Bass features

  • True “best of” utility in big analog sound with the recall-reliability of digital.
  • Rich sound / synthesis provided by SHARC processing DSP.
  • Zero latency / responsive hardware feel.
  • Two CV voice control inputs (each V/Oct and gate).
  • Four assignable CV inputs with offset and attenuation encoders.
  • Eight CV gate inputs for control of eight drum instruments.
  • Control via USB MIDI Keyboard, via VSTI Control Surfaces (Mac + PC) across USB MIDI Device Port, via GLUE in HYBR or Custom Modes across USB MIDI Device Port.
  • MIDI connections made via USB or 3.5mm TRS (midi.org spec).
  • Sonic variety – choice from 19 waveforms with some instrument models.
  • Advanced effects section: filter, overdrive, chorus, delay.
  • Three legendary analog subtractive synth classics pre-loaded.
  • Room for up to 32 plug-ins models in onboard memory.
  • VSTi remote control user interface/editor (Mac & Win).
  • Dimension approx. 128.5mm (h) x 162mm (w) x 75mm (d).

For MIDI control only there is the Dino Park EURO Breakout Kit, which includes a Dino Park board and everything that comes standard with DIno Park, dedicated Arduino port, breakout connection plate for MIDI-only operation and cabling.

The Dino Park Euro Family ships in July 2019. Early bird special pricing is being offered through May 31st, 2019 exclusively at the MakeProAudio online store.

Pricing starts with the Dino Park Breakout Kit at 295 EUR, Dino Park EURO polyphonic multi-modeling synthesizer 495 EUR and the Dino Park EURO Drum and Bass, analog modeling percussion synthesizer at 675 EUR. All pricing includes VAT.

More information: MakeProAudio

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