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:
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.
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.