Corsynth has introduced the C105E Voltage Controlled Noise / Lo-Fi Machine – a voltage controlled analog sample rate reducer, with an internal white noise generator.
This module is based on a Sample and Hold designed to work at audio rates. The internal clock runs from 250Hz up to 40KHz and can be voltage controlled. This wide frequency range and two FM inputs ( one with a reversible attenuator ) allow it to create subtle digital effects or really harsh and Lo-Fi sounds.
The internal noise generator, in combination with the S&H, also make a perfect way to create pitched noise, useful for synthesizing drums sounds, drones and sound effects. Continue reading
ADDAC Systems has introduced an interesting new module that brings wireless Bluetooth audio straight to your modular synthesizer. Continue reading
Audio Damage has updated the firmware for its Sequencer 1 Eurorack step sequencer.
Here’s a video demo of the new features: Continue reading
At the 2015 NAMM Show, Pittsburgh Music’s Richard Nicol demonstrated how you can create a custom drum machine using their Eurorack modules.
The demo is not meant to highlight a particular module or new product, but rather to show how you can used modular synthesis to create an analog drum machine with its own, unique sound.