TubeOhm - Jeannie

Product information "TubeOhm - Jeannie"
Jeannie is an 8-voice polyphonic DIY synthesizer by TubeOhm’s Andre’ Laska and Rolf Degen, who also worked with Sonic Potions and others. They really took their time to develop it during the past few years and now here is it, currently released in small batches. If it is out of stock, it will come back soon after.

Jeannie features 2 Oscillators, Noise, 2 Envelopes, a Multimode Filter, Waveshaper, 2 LFOs, Ring Modulator, FM, XOR, OR, and a Step Sequencer. The Oscillators can run independently or synced and feature the impressive amount of 945 different waveforms each! 2048 sounds programs can be stored on the SD Card.

New to the latest firmware is an adjustable Waveshaper per voice. Unlike in many other synths, the Waveshaper is located after the filter, what gives extremely interesting timbres and has its advantages.

The synth contains a digital effect processor with 14 different, adjustable effects.

TubeOhm are constantly improving the firmware at the moment, so you can expect updates and new features during the near future.

This is definitely an extremely interesting DIY project with a high price/performance ratio. Hopefully a little community will grow over time around that nice piece of gear.

It is coming with an acrylic case, but Erica Synths are manufacturing a very nice aluminium case for Jeannie, which can only be ordered at Erica:

SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
Current draw +12 V [mA]: 1000
DIY Level: Advanced

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