This year, we were pleased to see that the Amsterdam-based firm has come good on that promise with a fully working prototype being demoed at the show.
The Fenix, although rather daunting on first glance, is laid out quite intuitively, with everything colour-coded in a classic left-to-right architecture so that users of all levels would be able to take on this beast.
This latest version has been updated with a few modern touches, including a USB MIDI interface with 4 CV/gate outputs, some extra oscillators, a compact version of the Wobbler LFO and much more.
We got chatting to Stijn from TINRS to get the full lowdown on the Fenix IV, which will be available for €5,000 later in the year. Check out the no-talking patch-build video below and more info can be found on the TINRS website.