“What is a Stylophone?” you ask. The original Stylophone pocket synthesizer was invented in 1967 by Brian Jarvis and manufactured by Dubreq from 1968 to 1975 as Stylophone, the original pocket electronic organ. Over three million original Stylophone synthesizers were produced and sold before the company ceased production. Today’s Stylophone reissue was introduced by the inventor’s son, Ben Jarvis and is manufactured by Dubreq, Ltd. The reissue retains all of the original features but with up-to-date technology. The current Stylophone retro pocket synth is a modern, portable synthesizer with a hit-filled past and present.
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DUBREQ STYLOPHONE GEN-X1
The Stylophone GEN X-1 is the latest portable analogue synthesizer by Dubreq. With a stylus, keyboard and separate sound strip. It has an LFO (with square and triangle waves), a low pass filter (cutoff/resonance), an envelope (attack/decay), a sub octave -1 & -2 switch, built in delay and Pulse Width Modulation.
Introducing the Stylophone Gen X-1, our new portable analogue synthesizer. From quirky beats to haunting melodies, you can twist and warp every note in the palm of your hand. Packed with features, you’ll be amazed at what the Gen X-1 can do.
Beginner or music pro, if you like the synth sound you’ll love this.
The Stylophone GEN X-1 is the latest portable analogue synthesizer by Dubreq.
From quirky beats to haunting melodies, you can twist and warp every note in the palm of your hand. Packed with features, you’ll be amazed at what the Gen X-1 can do.
DUBREQ STYLOPHONE BEATBOX
The Stylophone Beatbox is the first Stylophone percussion instrument. It was designed to make life more fun for fans of the world-famous Stylophone pocket synthesizer. Like the original Stylophone, the Stylophone Beatbox is a handheld electronic instrument. It features 13 pads on its circular play surface which, when touched by the stylus, trigger beat-inspiring sounds. Touch the stylus to any part of the circular keypad to trigger electronic drum samples, vocal beatbox samples from the UK’s beatbox champion MC Zani, or a synth bass line. Record and play in loop mode to create your own rhythm patterns. You can even change the loop tempo as it plays back.