In his latest Sonic Lab review, Sonic State’s Nick Batt takes a look at the new Pittsburgh Modular Voltage Research Laboratory.
The Voltage Research Laboratory is designed to be a different take on analog synthesizers, described as a sonic playground “where every function of the instrument has been influenced by the behaviors and systems of the natural world.”
Another feature packed system from Pittsburgh Modular, the Voltage Research Laboratory is a combination of the Lifeforms Voltage Lab – a West Coast type of synth combining complex oscillator, secondary oscillator, function generators (2), Dynamics Controllers (2) and an analogue delay.
The Lifeforms Touch Controller – 10 touch pads with 2x CV out plus Gate and Y axis controller and sequencer and the case, a wood panel split case with PSU and utilities.
Details on the Voltage Research Laboratory are available at the PM site.