Verbos Electronics Intros Two Eurorack Modules At Superbooth 16

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At Superbooth 16, Verbos Electronics was showing two new modules, the Sequence Selector and the Random Sampling.

In this video, designer Mark Verbos introduces the new Euro modules:

Here’s what they have to say about the two new modules:

Random Sampling

Rooted in the California modular tradition, the Random Sampling is a selection of random voltage sources to add an element of uncertainty to both audio and control paths. Some of them classics and some new twists. Included are 2 fluctuating randoms capable of slowly varying voltage or sweepable audio noise, each with an uncorrelated random gate output. A two output, up to 6 bit digital stored random voltage source. White, pink and metallic (TR- 808 cymbal type) audio noise. A 4 stage analog shift register where each sample and hold can be broken out of the chain to be used separately.

Sequence Selector

This is a flexible, 5 stage analog sequencer that can jump to any stage via a pulse inputs, advance input or ana- log address. The CV slider row also has a transpose input allowing an external sequence to be offset, acting like an arpeggiator. There are also 2 5 way selectors allowing up to 5 external sequences to be switched between or chained together in longer arrangements.

Details on the new modules are available at the Verbos site.

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5 thoughts on “Verbos Electronics Intros Two Eurorack Modules At Superbooth 16

    1. Huh? Nearly every modern synth product could be considered “derivative” in some way or another. The Buchla influence is obvious on Verbos stuff, but why is that a bad thing? Not everybody has the cash to get an original Buchla system. Derivative products like the Verbos modules are great for consumers. And they look *incredible* in my opinion.

    2. What do you find tacky about these? They’ve always appeared attractive and quite luxurious, with the ability to produce a pretty wide range of sound, at least to me

  1. You might not like them, but his modules are packed with function, and he uses the most high quality parts on the market, like Ken Macbeth, Moog, Buchla. He was the repair man for Buchla or Serge if I’m not mistaken.

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