Little. Red. Different. Better.

We got into the synthesizer business because we weren’t satisfied with just writing about synths. We wanted to spread a little synth love into the world, too. And wow, have our MeeBlip users responded – flooding the Internets with videos of the new synth. It’s great to see how they’re responding to the instrument – designer James Grahame and I have our own view of it, but now we get to see the user perspective.

Maybe that bright red color helped.

And yes, the key here is, behind this small number of knobs are a large number of sounds.

We’ve rounded up our favorite videos here.

Late last month, we already enjoyed Olivier’s unboxing video and jam. Now he’s back in a video that acts as both demo and tutorial, going through the different sounds possible with the triode.

G.A.S. Therapy has an extensive hands-on and review, walking through even what we stick in the box.

And for still moresounds, spelljammed also made some great videos.

Most importantly, the anode can open up a lot of sonic possibilities via its wavetables. Those edgy wave sounds we packed in can really go different directions in combination with the rest of the architecture. Here, spelljammed walks through them:

And another video from the same user:

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