NF-1 by Modor
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The NF-1 is a digital, polyphonic hardware synthesizer. Despite its classic structure, this white beast is far more versatile than a virtual analog instrument, as each synthesis section offers some rather unusual features.
The NF-1 is an eight-voice polyphonic digital synthesizer. Thanks to its thought-out synthesis system, this instrument delivers rich sounds ranging from classic to experimental.
Besides standard waveforms, the oscillators offer additive and FM synthesis algorithms, filtered noise and a chip tune generator. For processing audio material, there’s not only a -12 dB multimode filter, but a Formant filter with morphing function as well.
Great for producing vocal sounds. The effects section includes a delay and a flanger/chorus. The modulation department is very flexible, thanks to a routing matrix. Subjectively speaking, the biggest highlights are grainy pads, noisy atmospheres, choir sounds, shimmering leads and retro drums.
- 8 voices
- Poly, Mono and Mono-legato modes
- 448 patches, 14 banks [A-N] of 32 patches
- 9V, 600mA adapter connection, positive voltage on center pin
- MIDI IN/THRU/OUT connections, 3x 5-pin DIN connection
- Audio Left/Stereo output, for 6.35mm TRS or mono jack, unbalanced, capable of driving headphones
- Audio Right output, 6.35mm mono jack, unbalanced
- Sustain switch, 6.35mm mono jack
- Volume/modulation pedal, 6.35mm TRS jack
- USB connector (MIDI only)