Analogue Solutions Nyborg-12


A pair of Analogue Solution Nyborgs connected for duophonic use, new analogue mono synths

A pair of Nyborgs connected for duophonic use

The UK’s Analogue Solutions have been mainstays of the boutique market for years, producing everything from modular synths to sequencers for a list of customers which includes dozens of famous names.

The latest offering from Tom Carpenter’s fertile imagination is a no-holds-barred monosynth, the Nyborg-12. The company’s statement of intent sums up the approach: “Nyborg is a precision electronic musical instrument. No compromise has been made with the construction of Nyborg. Cheaper options in parts have not been used.”

So what do you get for your money? A hand-built module with two VCOs, a multi-mode VCF, two envelope generators, an LFO and built-in MIDI. And how does it sound? Incredible. This is analogue synthesis at its finest; pure, unrestrained vintage muscle. You can even connect up to four Nyborgs together to create a four-voice polysynth. Don’t pretend you’re not tempted.


6th February, 2015


  • Wow, so you can plug your guitar on ‘audio in’ and what comes out is the synth sound? Can the Moog Sub 37 do this? For midi sync, I would need midi connections right? Which is better Sub 37 or Pro 2?

  • What are you talking about?

  • Shhhh don’t tell anybody about the Pulse 2, it can be our little secret ok?! 😉

  • MFB Dominion Anyone????????

  • Pro 2 or Sub 37 ist also the question for me!

  • Always wondered what the Elektron Monomachine, looks sick.

  • Damn what about the MFB Dominion 1? That’s easily one of the best monosynths on the market today.


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