WEBSITE UPDATED March 5, 2019

What's new:

  • There is a new firmware release, V1.4 for the E370. This adds 2 new features: Expands the USR wavetable banks from 16 to 26, and an improved 1V/Oct calibration. Details are here.
  • The E370 Quad VCO is now available for dealer pre-ordering. Units will be shipping to dealers beginning March 11th. Check your favorite dealer's website for more info.
  • There is a new firmware release, V1.3 for the E352. This adds 2 new features: Detuning and Sample Player. Details are here. The manual has been updated, please downlad the new version to learn about the new features.
  • The shipping time for the black panel E352 is now stock to 2 weeks.

Please contact us if you have any feedback.

E370 black panel


THE E352 CLOUD TERRARIUM

The E352 replaces the E340 Cloud Generator and the E350 Morphing Terrarium which are the first SynthTech Euro modules to enter 'vintage' status.

The E352 has shipped over 1000 units around the world, and was named MusicRadar's 2017 Eurorack Module of the Year.

Check the E352 page for full details, including a Limited Edition black panel option available on our new online shop.

E352 Cloud Terrarium


E370 QUAD MORPHING VCO

The E370 began as a successful Kickstarter project, and is now shipping to dealers world-wide.

Using a new 216MHz DSP and a TFT color display, the E370 is highly programmable. You can even load in your own wavetables using our free cross-platform editor and save/recall presets.

See the E370 page for details.

E370 Quad VCO


Download WaveEdit, our free, open-source wavetable editor!

WaveEdit runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Using a simple interface and custom graphics, WaveEdit aloows easy editing, creating, and formatting wavetables for use in the E352 and E370 VCO. External wave samples can me imported (from Serum or other .WAV files) and scaled to fit into the E352/E370 format. Visit the WaveEdit page here for details.


NEW TUTORIAL VIDEOS

We've started a series of design videos, highlighting the CAD tools we use use here at Synthtech. You can subscribe to the SynthTech tutorials channel for the full series.

There are just a few now, in the months ahead we will add more and place them all on a single web page for quick browsing.