Soulsby Synthesizers. New + innovative electronic instruments.
Our first product, The Atmegatron, is a powerful 8-bit monophonic synth.

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Come and see us at Musikmesse in Frankfurt! We're in Hall 5.1, stand C54. We've got 3 Atmegatrons on display for you to try, each loaded with different software versions.

We are part of the Schneiders Buero Superbooth, so there's loads of other fantastic independent synth manufacturers here too.

If you've been to visit me and are interested in finding out more about The Atmegatron, please join the mailing list. We'll soon have info about the release date of the new batch of Atmegatrons, prices and a major new software version.

Posted: April 15, 2015, 10:27 pm

Harder Better Faster Stronger

It's time for Lemongrab to go away now and for me to try and claw back my company's dignity. But as Lemongrab departs, some new software arrives!

Version 1.4 of the Atmegatron Master Source Code now runs on the latest Arduino software: 1.6.x. In fact all of the source code has now been updated to run on this. Please note that this isn't compatible with the older 1.0.x software.

The new version also totally revamps the code for reading knobs and buttons. The code is far more efficient which means it is more responsive and also the envelopes are snappier and the LFOs smoother. Apart from that, the sound of the synth is essentially the same.

You can download Arduino 1.6.x from here and the new source code from here.

Posted: April 6, 2015, 10:13 am

Happy Lemongrab-day

Restore your vital lemon essence with this new software version for your Atmegatron.
Hear a demonstration of the glorious Lemon-sounds in The Floor Show.
You can download the Lemongrab software on the downloads page. But be quick as it won't stay there for long!

2015 Musikmesse

In other news, Soulsby Synthesizers will be exhibting at Muskimesse this year.
We will be part of the Schneiders-Buero Superbooth which is in HALL 5.1 on stands C53 and C54. It looks set to be an action packed event!
Posted: April 1, 2015, 7:41 am
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