Deckard’s Dream is an eight-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer in a 19” rack-mount format. It is inspired by a certain cinematic sound from the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The synth features a fully analog signal path with two independent layers per voice. Discrete waveshapers help to reproduce the oddities of the original waveforms, especially the sawtooth glitch, which is a big part of the CS-80 sound. An autotune function assures that all 16 VCOs are tracking perfectly. It even offers detune and microtuning settings for a more vintage feel. With the addition of MIDI implementation, 256 presets (which can be managed on the integrated OLED display) and an upcoming software editor provided by Spektro Audio, this vintage inspired poly synth is at home in any modern studio.
The synth is build in Japan, Tokyo, using only high quality electronic components.