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Novation MiniNova Mini Synth with Vocal Effects

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MININOVA

Your Price: $579.00 CDN

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Big Sound, small synth

Don't let its size fool you; MiniNova has the most powerful sound engine and effects of any micro synth. More polyphony, more filters, more effects, more modulation.

Every sound has easy access to almost limitless variations, which you can subtly tweak or totally warp with the twist of a knob or the touch of a button. Create all the dirty-fat bass, soaring leads, lush pads and vintage sounds you could possibly want - but on a tough and compact 37 mini-key synth.

MiniNova comes with 256 killer sounds, space to save another 128 of your own, and a Patch Librarian for loading and storing as many extra sounds on your computer as you'll ever need.

That's a lot of choice, but you can easily search through them by selecting your style or music, or the type of sound you're after. Bass? Lead? Techno? Hip Hop? Whatever you're looking for, you'll find your sound fast. Don't worry if you're lacking inspiration: we're always releasing new free soundpacks for MiniNova, which we create with renowned artists and sound designers.

Create Unique Vocals

MiniNova's Vocoder comes with a secret weapon: VocalTune. Talk or sing into the mic, and your voice will automatically be tuned to the notes you play on the keyboard.

Or, to do something totally unique with your voice, run it through the effects engine. Add reverb, distortion, chorus/phaser, gator compression or EQ - whatever you need to create attention-grabbing vocals, or recreate iconic vocal lines.

Don't limit yourself to vocals either: Plug in your instrument or any audio source to do really cool stuff with MiniNova's VocalTune, vocoder, filters and effects.

MiniNova Synth Engine

18 note polyphony
14 conventional waveform: square, sine, sawtooth, pulse, triangle and combinations
36 wavetables
20 digital waveforms
12 band Vocoder
14 filter types: can run 2 simultaneously
6 envelope generators
3 LFOs
20 modulation slots, for shaping sound by linking modules of the synth engine together
5 FX simultaneously

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Closest StoreSt. Catharines, Ontario
I almost bought a MicroKorg. Glad I found the MiniNova first. Although I love the MicroKorg, both units would have fit the bill, because basically all I really needed was a bass or bass machine, so of course I bought a MiniNova. There's a lot of sound in this board, and you won't be disappointed. Quality feel to the controls etc., its very pretty with all the lights and colors, but the sounds are fat on both ends. Good choice for the bucks!
Posted by anonymous on Oct 15, 2016
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So basically this is an UltraNova in a smaller package. For a long time I was considering the Microkorg/XL which have better bass and feels much more durable, but the Mininova got me with a bit more aggressive sounds and more features. It is for you to decide, personally I like it.
Posted by StrayFeral on Aug 24, 2016
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