The ET-4 picks up where the 2008 ET-3 model left off. The list of features is quite long:
- dual analog oscillators
- 6 waveforms per oscillator
- noise generator
- low pass filter controllable via cutoff knob or expression pedal
- a more Ondes Martenot-like finger ring ribbon controller
- finger divots on the keyboard for tactile feedback
- pitch preview jack
- … and even a classic spring reverb!
Note - the model shown in the photo above is a prototype. The final production units will have proper silk screened graphics like the ET-3.
Only 14 ET-3’s were made. No word yet on how many ET-4’s will be available, but if you’re interested in buying one, getting your deposit in soon is probably a good idea.
Hop on over to Therevox.com to watch the full demo.