Black Corporation tease new synth inspired by Roland Jupiter-8
The Tokyo brand’s stunning ISE-NIN is due to arrive later this year.
In an Instagram post, Black Corporation have revealed plans for a new synth. The ISE-NIN is described simply as an eight-voice analogue synthesiser, but the front panel styling and synth architecture give away the fact that it’s based on the legendary Roland Jupiter-8 from 1981, considered by many to be the greatest analogue polysynth of all time.
The Tokyo brand is best known for the Deckard’s Dream, a rack-mounted analogue polysynth heavily inspired by the iconic (and hugely valuable) Yamaha CS-80. Other products in the range include the Xerxes (inspired by the Elka Synthex), Kijimi (based on the rare RSF Polykobol II) and Deckard’s Voice, a monophonic Eurorack module.
Price and availability of the ISE-NIN are to be confirmed. Scroll down to watch an extensive review of the Deckard’s Dream MK2.