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Future Plans

Post by emuarc » Fri Sep 23, 2011 11:53 am

AMSynths colloborated with Behringer in 2019-20 to bring some fantastic modules and synths to customers at great prices. We hope you like them! During 2020 we have been quiet due the impact of Covid-19 to jobs and businesses and our workshop was closed for many months. We are back in operation and producing modules again.

Check our website the latest news and blogs and our webstore for sales
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Post by ophidian » Sun Sep 25, 2011 10:09 am

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Post by negativspace » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:29 am

:party: indeed, I'm looking forward to a lot of these modules!

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Post by youkon » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:58 am

filter controller sounds nice!

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Post by ophidian » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:05 am

I'm jonesing over the Snow Fall, JP-8, and SH-5 filters. :hyper:

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Post by ocd synthnerd » Thu Sep 29, 2011 4:29 pm

Awesome!

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Post by jake » Fri Oct 21, 2011 11:21 am

cant wait for that vco ;) can we pre order?
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Post by jfloftin » Sat Oct 29, 2011 12:54 pm

These sound great! Want the ARP VCO and Filter!

Somebody needs to consider doing the ARP Sequencer too...

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Post by bbow73 » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:35 pm

are you doing sales through the website, I'd love to get a Ring Wraith.
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Post by sicpaul » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:32 am

Dear Rob,

As owner and lover of AM8109, AM8060, AM8705 and AM8071 I just get excited by announcement of AM8105 in your latest development plan
:yay:

Originally expecting a large SH-5 filter module you told me that it will be split into three modules AM8005 VCF, AM8002 Mixer & Ring Modulator, and
AM8006 Band Pass Filter. I miss AM8002 and AM8006 in your latest plan ....

By the way - do you still sell PCBs?

Anyway - I can't wait holding next modules in my hands.

Keep on giving us your sonic magic :hail:

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Post by emuarc » Sun Feb 05, 2012 6:45 am

Hi folks,
Details of the AM8105 are now online:
http://www.amsynths.co.uk/Products/AM8105/am8105.html

The AM8002/06 will arrive later in 2012.

Unpopulated PCB's are available for sale, contact me offline for details. It is not a popular option as many of the parts are hard to source externally such as the panels and slider potentiometers.

More SoundCloud demos will be available over the next few weeks.
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Post by numan7 » Sun Feb 05, 2012 7:36 am

:party: wow, what an awesome module lineup AMSynths has on the way! i'm going to need to get some of these in my system soon!

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Post by steffensen » Sun Apr 01, 2012 9:54 am

Any news yet? Soundcloud demos? Whats cooking Rob? :)

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Post by Cayenne » Wed Apr 11, 2012 7:56 am

In what way will the AM8715 Dual ADSR differ from the AM8705
Dual ADSR, will it be very similar or have some additional features.

apologies if the features are coverd in another thread.

thanks for any info.

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Post by emuarc » Sat Apr 14, 2012 4:06 am

The latest EuroRack module development plan for 2012 looks like this in terms of customer availability:

Existing Modules
AM8109 JP8 VCF current batch sold out but another 25x available in June onwards. Reservations being taken.
AM8705 Dual ADSR in stock and shipping, 5x in stock.
AM8319 Diode Arrany VCF now available, orders being taken. Limited supply as the diode array chips have a 50% sucess/failure rate. That will teach me to use 1960's technology!
AM8071 SnowFall VCF in stock and shipping.

May Launches
AM8005 Multi Mode Diode VCF in final stage of testing, production due in May. Just need to get BP mode working.
AM8027 ARP Style VCO in final stage of testing, production due in May.
AM8075SE ARP Odyssey Mk3 VCF and HPF first production modules due for 1st May launch.

June Launches
AM8060SE JP6 VCF with VC resonance and JP6 buttons, prototype being built and tested now.
AM8012 ARP 2600 style LPF, demos to be put online

Later in 2012
AM8047 UAF - next module to be tested.
AM8105 Super JX - VCF, HPF and VCA
AM8336 PROD/egy Low Pass Filter
AM8706 LFO and Modulation Source
AM8715 Dual ADSR - revised panel design of AM8705, same features & design
AM8020 ARP Style ADSR and AR
AM8019 ARP Style VCA

SoundCloud Demos
New demos will be online this weekend.
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Post by steffensen » Sat Apr 14, 2012 4:11 am

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Future Module Plans as at July 2012

Post by emuarc » Thu Jul 19, 2012 2:07 pm

Hi folks,
Progress in 1H2012 has been slower than hoped, due to a busy day job and the time taken to perfect the sound of an AMSynths module. The latest EuroRack module development plan for 2H2012 is looking like this:

Existing Modules
AM8109 JP8 VCF nearly sold out but 20x available from August.
AM8705 Dual ADSR in stock and shipping, 5x in stock.
AM8319 Diode Arrany VCF first 10x sold out, next 10x due in August.
AM8071 SnowFall VCF sold out. More in the Fall.
AM8075SE Athena VCF in stock, our first slider VCF!

Online Store The store is now live and works really well for customers and me, stock levels will be updated on 21/07/12. Emails go out automatically to customers who have requested stock notifications for their chosen module. Apologies for the low stock levels, they are selling out real quick.

2H2012 Launches
AM8012 ARP 2600 LPF, next module into production in August. Sounds great, after spending this week tuning the design.
AM8019 ARP 2600 VCA, prototype ordered. This module should get into production quickly.
AM8005 Multi Mode Diode VCF in final stage of testing.
AM8027 ARP 2600 VCO in final stage of testing with new sync circuit. This is a big priority to get launched.
AM8060SE JP6 VCF in final stage of testing.

Later ....
AM8047 UAF.
AM8105 Super JX - VCF, HPF and VCA. Limited run of 20x
AM8336 PROD/egy Low Pass Filter. Moog like.
AM8706 LFO and Modulation Source
AM8715 Dual ADSR aka AM8705 in smaller format.
AM8020 ARP Style ADSR and AR.
AM8372 Ambient Filter - aka Matrix 12 VCF.

Many thanks for your patience and interest in AMSynths products.
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Post by steffensen » Thu Jul 19, 2012 2:19 pm

You are indeed working hard! What a Second half we have in front of us, awesome news! :hail:

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Post by emuarc » Sat Oct 06, 2012 1:02 pm

Hi folks,
The latest EuroRack module development plan for the next 6 months is looking like this:

Existing Modules
AM8109 JP8 VCF back in stock.
AM8705 Dual ADSR sold out.
AM8319 Diode Array VCF next batch due November.
AM8012 ARP2600P VCF, more in stock this week.
AM8075SE Athena VCF sold out, but will return before Xmas.

4QH2012 Launches
AM8019 ARP 2600 VCA.
AM8005 Multi Mode Diode VCF production in late October.
AM8027 ARP 2600 VCO.
AM8044SE VCF & VCA

Later .... 2013
AM8047 UAF.
AM8060SE JP6 VCF.
AM8105 Super JX - VCF, HPF and VCA. Limited run of 20x
AM8706 LFO and Modulation Source
AM8140 Dual ADSR
AM8020 ARP Style ADSR and AR.
AM8372 Ambient Filter - aka Matrix 12 VCF.

Many thanks for your interest in AMSynths products.
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Post by emuarc » Sun Mar 02, 2014 7:17 am

The latest EuroRack module development plan for 2014 looks like this in terms of customer availability:

Existing Modules
AM8109 JP8 VCF in production.
AM8060SE JP6 VCF first 10x sold out, more due mid year.
AM8319 Diode Array VCF final run of x10 shipping in March.
AM8012 ARP2600 VCF, revised design, more in stock due May.
AM8075 VCF revised module (no HPF) due April.
AM8019 VCA, 10x due to ship in March.
AM8044 VCF last run of 10x later in 2014.
AM8140 Dual ADSR, in production.
AM8071 Diode VCF, Mark3 version due April

2014 Launches
AM8125 Single VCO in April.
AM8027 ARP 2600 Dual VCO.
AM8105 VCF, HPF and VCA. due March/April. Sounds fantastic!
AM8150 LFO and Modulation Source
AM8020 ARP 2600 ADSR and AR.
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Post by dan_k » Sun Mar 02, 2014 9:12 pm

Hi Rob, I see that the AM8047 has been pushed off the list.

Is the development for that on hold? will we still be seeing it in the future?

That's one I've been very excited about so hoping it's still coming sometime in the future.

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Post by emuarc » Sun Oct 23, 2016 10:40 am

Product Plans at October 2016

EuroRack Modules
AM8109 JP8 VCF - batch of 10 before end of 2016
AM8075 Odyssey VCF - batch of 20 before end of 2016
AM8014 ARP 2600 Ring Modulator
AM8027 Dual VCO

2017 Plans
AM8071 SnowFall Filter Version 4 with Cliff K1 knobs
AM8020 ARP Style ADSR and AR
AM1047 UAF
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Jupiter 4

Post by kecked » Fri May 04, 2018 6:11 pm

I’ll take the whole damn Jupiter 4 setup for sure! I’d love to build up a full four voice jp4 complete with sequencer and case. New old with modern patch memory/

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Re: Future Plans

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Re: Future Plans

Post by numan7 » Sun Apr 05, 2020 12:23 am

numan7 wrote:
Sun Feb 05, 2012 7:36 am
:party: wow, what an awesome module lineup AMSynths has on the way! i'm going to need to get some of these in my system soon!

cheers
well hmm, it seems i've never managed to visit the amsynths website when anything was available (after all these years).

:hmm: i suspect very few would complain if the 'music tribe' were to help out with balancing supply and demand for these modules in some way...


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