GRP A2 and R24 – noble analog performance in classic rack format

First, the very good news: The GRP A2 Synthesizer is available since mid-August 2017. First units have already been shipped to customers (and selected music stores). Now the even better news: That A2 looks fantastic in combination with the R24 sequencer. Nothing unexpected, of course, but in real life it’s a tasteful eye-catcher. Noble analog performance (with MIDI and USB) in classic rack format.

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Admittedly, we are enthusiastic about GRP. What could be more beautiful than those filter sweeps, pulsating basses and massive notch-filter sounds? Some A2 demos are attached …

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