New Cell[90] Foundation Desktop Synthesizer From Pittsburgh Modular

pittsburgh-modular-synthesizer2013 NAMM Show:¬†PIttsburgh Modular has announced the Cell[90] Foundation Desktop Synthesizer - a new modular syntht that they call their ‘flagship product’.

PM’s Foundaton 2.0 has been transplanted from the road case to a sleek Pittsburgh Modular Cell[90] desktop case, allowing the Foundation to feel more at home in the studio. A Toolbox module has also been added to the Cell[90] Foundation Desktop as standard equipment.

The Cell[90] Foundation Desktop Expander is a new system designed to compliment the Foundation with increased modulation, sound sources, effects modules and a lot more.

Pricing and Availability:

  • Cell[90] Foundation Desktop MSRP: $1699
  • Cell[90] Foundation Desktop Expander MSRP: $1399
  • Cell[90] Foundation Desktop Complete MSRP: $3099
  • Available: March

See the PIttsburgh Modular site for details.


8 thoughts on “New Cell[90] Foundation Desktop Synthesizer From Pittsburgh Modular

  1. So, that looks like a pretty damn skippy intro into Eurorack. Color me interested.

    Just looked at their site, the cases are a great deal as well.

    Nicely done guys.

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  2. And just like that, out of nowhere, Pittsburgh Modular became really interesting.

    3k feels like a bit too much for the full system but damn, that looks sexy.

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    • I thought the same, but looking closer I was quite impressed to see that the modules covered a wide price range beginning at $599 for the 48 series, so you could build up a system by degrees. That makes the system a lot more flexible and will definitely give Moog some competition.

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