At the heart of the synthesizer are all-analogue audio and modulation circuits which do not require quantization or CPU processing. The only digital elements you’ll find onboard the Impulse Command are the essentials, like MIDI conversion, sequencer control and digital delay/reverb effects.
Another highlight is the device’s semi-modular interface, which lets you re-patch the synth however you like. You’ll find a host of onboard controls to modify the instrument’s signal path, creating unique and strange sounds. The synth also comes with two 24dB low-pass filters (LPFs) and the capability of producing stereo loops that sound like “multiple synths playing at once”, according to Analogue Solutions.