Rozzbox synthesizer

Some time ago, we ran a story on a boutique German synth called the Rozzbox. Laden with knobby goodness, the Rozzbox was available only in limited quantities, and only to those fortunate enough to be in Germany (or somehow miraculously got in touch with the creator and pried one from his hands).

Tweakers rejoice! The Rozzbox has finally made it to the US, with distribution being handled by Big City Music. Still only available in limited quantities, we suspect that the Rozzbox will go fast – even at nearly $1950USD. Its unique architecture sets its tone somewhere between a broken-DX7-run-through-a-Sherman-Filterbank and an old-school gaming system turned synth. Full specs available on the Big City Music site, and demos available on the Rozzbox site (in German).

Ed.: Looks like this one has tweaked the interest of Chris @ Audio Damage, too.

And here’s a video in action from the folks at Big City Music that gives you a sense of its range of timbre. (Sure you can make it more musical when you take it home and off the chaos of the show floor!)

  • rozling

    For obvious reasons, I must have one. Really looks like a damn fine synth.

  • dead_red_eyes

    Indeed rozling, it does look like a damn fine synth.

  • Please note that this is an old picture of the V2 Prototype.

    The different coloured labels for the "Page B" Modes are missing here, and the RozzBox now features a decent Graphic OLED-Display. Please visit the Big City Music Website (or mine) for a current photo.

  • Photo fixed; thanks, Killian. I feel bad that I didn't snag a photo at the NAMM show floor, but there were too many people playing. 😉

    Oh, and we want it all the more.