The Reon Driftbox Modular Synthesizer

Reon Corp – a Japanese synth maker – was showing their Driftbox line of analog synthesizers at the 2013 NAMM Show.

The Reon modules are available in two formats: as individual boxes or as modules for an integrated modular synthesizer. 

The modules include:

  • The Driftbox S – a complete 2VCO/VCF/VCA synth – US $623
  • Driftbox R – a complete synth voice module that features cross modulation, sync and pitch EG – US $800.
  • Driftbox Q – a programmable step sequencer – pricing TBA
  • Driftbox V – an analog vocoder – pricing TBA

Complete systems are also available, priced starting at US $8,844. Distribution in the US is, unfortunately, still to be worked out.

12 thoughts on “The Reon Driftbox Modular Synthesizer

  1. YEt another totally unaffordable modular synth…just rich mens playthings, thank god for Dave Smith, Moog, Korg, Arturia

    1. The Driftbox S module is a complete synth and costs $623. That’s right in line with “cheap” synthesizers from the companies you mention.

    2. Technically, it’s all “rich men’s playthings.” If you are able to afford a computer to post your message from, you’re rich from a global perspective.

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