Pittsburgh Modular Voltage Research Laboratory Review

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.”

Video Summary:

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.

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