Pocket Synth Uses Gameboy-Like Cartridges To Make Masterpieces
The modular instrument gives musicians an easy way to create music on the go
Pocket-sized synthesizers aren’t an altogether new concept, but a new device is shaping up to be next year’s must-have instrument. Using interchangeable sound cartridges reminiscent of a Gameboy Color, ZONT promises an experience that’s ‘beautifully engineered for the modern producer.’
The concept of swapping out digital sound engines offers a unique versatility in what can be produced, and infinite customization to get the exact sound you’re looking for. Coupled with Bluetooth connection and Wi-Fi cloud sync, ZONT enables musicians to integrate work-flow with all of their pre-existing music tools including phones, and allows for cloud-based collaboration and productions. And when paired with the Studio Dock (compatible with RCA, MIDI, USB-C and 3.5mm jack outputs), an on-the-go pocket synth doubles as a full member of any studio setup.