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Cute and compact, the MeeBlip anode offers dual digital pulse wave oscillators and an analogue filter. It might be little, but it's cleverly designed and offers a big, dirty sound.
Its architecture might be pretty simple, but the anode is completely open source. As such, the potential for hacking it is huge - you can download code, schematics and designs. It has MIDI In, too.
Even at a time when prices of hardware synths have dropped dramatically, the anode still offers plenty of bang for your buck.
You can't trigger it without connecting something up to the MIDI In port (a keyboard, for example) and there's no option to power the anode with batteries.
Anyone who's dipping their toes into the world of hardware synths for the first time and wants something that gives them plenty of hands-on control and the ability to create some filthy sounds.45 Stars