Analogue Solutions Leipzig V3


Monophonic Analogue Synthesizer

  • Completely analog circuit design
  • 24 dB 4 Pole filter
  • 2 VCOs with glide (sawtooth, square)
  • Pulse width modulation (LFO or envelope 2)
  • Sub-VCO
  • 2 ADSR envelopes
  • LFO including triangle and square
  • Oscillator sync & cross modulation
  • White noise
  • Option to override mixer and filter
  • Versatile analogue step sequencer with extensive clocking options
  • 16-Step note sequencer with transpose function
  • The sequencer can be used as a modulation source
  • Flexible CV patchbay
  • Robust steel / aluminium construction
  • Audio output: 6.35 mm jack
  • Headphone output
  • MIDI In/Thru
  • Dimensions: 432 x 262 x 63 mm
  • Weight: 3 kg
  • Incl. a power supply (18 Volt, 500 mA)
  • Handmade in UK
available since April 2021
Item number 516873
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Design Expander
Polyphony 1
Sound Generation Analogue
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Thru
Storage Medium None
USB-port No
Effects No
Arpeggiator No
Number of Analog Outputs 1
Digital Output No
Display No
Optional Expansions No
Special Features Stepsequencer
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free variation 20.05.2022
Yes yes yes, the price/features ratio makes no sense given everything else on the market. But I really don't care. The Leipzig V3 is a very special instrument. If you want, it's Depeche Mode in a box. But the strange interactions between the MIDI sequencer and the CV sequencer let you do quite odd things.

It's a simple beast; you read the manual in 15 minutes. Yet it loops in on itself in interesting ways, making it quite generative. I can lose myself for literally hours, feeding it slowly changing sequences while looping its internal sequencer -- it's hard to explain but the results are interesting and experimental.


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Rostislav K. 10.02.2022
Well, I used to have the very first version (without the sequencer). The quality overall improved in my opinion, The filter became more predictable too. For the sound they are very closed as far as I remember the old one, but maybe the early version had slightly more in your face and more raw sound kinda. Anyway I am very satisfied now. AS were my very 1st analogues synths back in 2008-2009. Now I have 'em again :)


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