We are pleased to announce that our DELTA CEP A and DELTA CEP A Desktop products have received an extensive update. This firmware update is available to all customers and our dealers free of charge. Devices that we have delivered since 09.09.2019 have already been equipped with this new firmware.
The following features are additions by the new version:
the [SHIFT]-key can now be locked in, additional parameters can also be reached without holding the [SHIFT]-key.
In addition to the previous effects, there is now a reverb that can be used simultaneously with the other effects.
The LFO can now be routed to a lot of destinations without patch cords.
The ADSR can now be routed to a lot of destinations without patch cords.
Each modulation target has an independent modulation strength setting.
The sound programs of the DELTA CEP A can now be switched over via MIDI.
The LFO can now be synchronized directly to a square wave signal.
The volume and saturation intensity of the oscillator signal can now be modulated by a control voltage.
The English and German owner’s manuals can now be downloaded from our DELTA CEP A website. You’ll find there your latest version of the DELTA CEP A firmware as well. The new firmware version offers improved preset handling and an energy-saving mode for the desktop model.
We are happy to announce, that shipping of the Delta CEP A starts next week and Delta CEP A Desktop synths will start shipping two weeks later. Until then you can listen to the latest youtube demos by following the link to our Delta CEP A playlist!
A big <<THANK YOU>> to Nick and Andy at sonicstate.com in Bath for this nice video about the Delta Cep A. It was a pleasure to do this presentation and I was really impressed by the video studio and everything you have developed there over the years!
I am a bit late and I had no proper cam with me nor even a tripod. But I thought, nevertheless – I should upload the 7 minutes footage I did with my cheapo mobile phone and put some of my modular noises into the background. I hope, you guys enjoy it! BTW. Not all booths were set up when I did my shaky walkthrough. So please apologize, in case you are missing a booth or manufacturer.
My soundtrack is mostly produced with Radikal Technologies Modules and the Spectralis with one exception: At the end you are listening to some bad noises from my Format Synthesizer.