Davo keybooard synth is inspired by Davolisint (a rare Italian keyboard created in 1972). It shares the same architecture as original, which lacks most of the features we’d expect from even a basic synth.
There are two oscillators called VCO1 and VCO2 – but there are no waveform selection, syncing options or envelopes. So, what do we have? One Portamento and fine tune per oscillator and the heart of the synth – four sliders with vibrato effect and 7 different footings available at the same time (32′, 16′, 8′, 4′, 2′, 1′, and 1/2′). There’s also a lever called “extend” which is an up-only pitch bend, not unlike the Yamaha CS-01 for example, as well as chorus and delay effect.