The 61-key design was revealed at Superbooth last week.
Taking cues from Peak, the English company's last polysynth, Summit doubles the power of its predecessor with 16 polyphonic voices that can be split or layered across a 61-key keyboard. Each voice holds three New Oxford Oscillators on a FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) chip, capable of reproducing high-definition analogue waveforms along with wavetable and FM tones.
The signal then passes through a pair of multimode filters, which can also be shaped by three different distortion stages lying pre- and post-filter as well as after the VCA. The oscillators are complimented by a noise source and ring modulator while each patch can have 16 modulation slots for routing a pair of LFOs, envelopes and other sources around the synth. External audio can also be routed through the signal path for extra processing with on-board delay, chorus and reverb effects.
There's currently no word on Summit's price or availability.
Watch a promo video for Summit.