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Peak

Hear the sounds of Peak or analyse the eight-voice polyphonic synthesiser in depth.

Peak overview

This is Peak, an eight-voice polyphonic synthesiser from Novation.

Peak with Midi (Reaktor)

Novation’s Peak synthesiser can be controlled remotely. Here, Finlay Shakespeare jams along with Reaktor.

Peak with external hardware

Novation’s Peak synthesiser has been designed to integrate to any environment with the minimum of fuss.

Peak’s Mod Matrix

In this video, Finlay Shakespeare shows you some of the patches that you can make with the 16-slot modulation matrix of Novation’s Peak synthesiser.

Peak with Ableton

In this video, Finlay Shakespeare shows you how you can control Novation’s Peak synthesiser from a DAW, in either a studio or live environment.

Want to learn how to make some iconic patches using Peak? Look below.

Jean-Michel Jarre

In this video, Finlay Shakespeare shows you how to recreate one of the famous patches from the Elka Synthex synthesiser using Novation’s Peak synthesiser. This patch was made famous by French artist Jean-Michel Jarre on his album Rendez-Vous.

Depeche Mode

In this video, Finlay Shakespeare shows you how to recreate the bell sound from See You by Depeche Mode using Novation’s Peak polyphonic synthesiser. This track is taken from the album A Broken Frame, and during the recording sessions for this album, the PPG Wave synthesiser played a large part.

Boards of Canada

In this video, Finlay Shakespeare shows you how to recreate the chordal intro to Boards of Canada’s Sunshine Recorder using Novation’s Peak synthesiser.

Vangelis

In this video, Finlay Shakespeare shows you how to create Vangelis’ score for Ridley Scott’s cult sci-fi classic Blade Runner using Novation’s Peak synthesiser.