There are three analogue oscillators with oscillator sync, and there’s also a random signal generator. You’ll find a filter, an envelope generator and a delay here, too, all of which are assignable.
The big development, though, appears to be the so-called Flexible Advanced Multiplier (FAM) engine, which provides modulation via three gate generators and three LFO generators. These can all be tempo-synced, and by assigning functions to the six buttons you can use the FAM as a performance tool (by repeatedly hitting the gate or holding an LFO, for example).
Controllers and sound sources can be patched in the patchbay, while rear panel connectivity includes main outputs, oscillator outputs and MIDI.
Designed for creating everything from ambient sounds to “music with a strong sense of phrase,” Muton is on sale in Japan now for ¥97,900. This equates to around $679/€685, though whether Muton will actually get a worldwide release remains to be seen.
Find out more on the Reon website.