Every superhero has an origin story. With its inaugural instrument, Bristol-based UDO plans to bring high-flying powerful polysynth action to studios around the globe.
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We catch up with the team at UDO to find out what Super 6 is capable of now
The talk of the town right now among synthesists of all stripes is undoubtedly the Super 6, recently unveiled at this year’s Superbooth. While UDO has taken its design cues from classic models of yesteryear, the binaural sound and ‘superwave’ architecture of the company’s inaugural polysynth has its feet firmly in 2019.
The Super 6 is the first instrument from new synth-makers on the block, U.D.O. The fledgling company's name is an acronym of Unidentified Dancing...
It’s the new Bristol-based company’s first product.