Steady State Fate Bringing Some Random Modules To The NAMM Show (Sneak Preview)

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Steady State Fate released this teaser photo of a new module that they’re bringing to the 2014 NAMM Show – the SSF Ultra-Random ANALOG.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

Not enough randomness in your life?

Well come on down and check out the SSF Ultra-Random ANALOG – First of the two module Ultra-Random Series.

Can you guess what the second one is called?

They haven’t announced what the second module in the two-module series that includes Ultra-Random ANALOG is going to be – but we’ll have the official details once they are announced.

3 thoughts on “Steady State Fate Bringing Some Random Modules To The NAMM Show (Sneak Preview)

  1. Soo excited about the new steady state line up. Complex randomness is one of the great joys of modular synthesis. I can’t wait to fill ever one of those jacks up. 😮

  2. So what’s the difference between this, any other random voltage generator, and the classic old combined noise source + sample and hold? I’ve seen so many unnecessarily complicated ‘random’ circuits which lack the utility of a noise / S&H module.

  3. blip blip bleep blop…blop blop blip bleep blip bleep blop bleep, I dont get it

    just get a kitten and put it on a keyboard with a toy mouse tied to a string

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