Expert Sleepers ‘disting’ presentation at the London Music Hackspace was uploaded by: Expert Sleepers
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This video, via mylarmelodies, takes a look at the newly released Expert Sleepers Disting Eurorack module. The Expert Sleepers Disting is a 4HP 16-in-1 multifunction Eurorack module. The video demo goes is nearly 40 minutes long, and dives deep into the Disting’s features.
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Expert Sleepers has released the ESX-8MD MIDI/DINsync Expander – an expansion module for the ES-4, ES-40 or ES-5. The new module adds eight MIDI/DINsync outputs from one expansion header. The ES-4/5 Controller software (part of Expert Sleepers Silent Way) allows the ESX-8MD outputs to be used for MIDI output (note – not just MIDI clock output,… Read More Expert Sleepers Intros ESX-8MD Expansion Module
Expert Sleepers has released Silent Way v2.4.0 (all platforms and formats) – the latest version of their system for integrating computers with modular synthesizers. Here’s what’s new in Silent Way v2.4: Added new Run modes and a periodic reset feature to Silent Way Sync. Added virtual MIDI input ports to Silent Way ES-4 Controller and… Read More Silent Way v2.4 Now Available
The Polyphonic MicroBrute was uploaded by: Expert Sleepers
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Expert Sleepers has introduced three new modules: The ES-40 SPDIF Interface (£94.80) converts a standard S/PDIF input to five channels of expansion headers, which are used in conjunction with the Expert Sleepers ESX range of expanders. The ESX-8CV CV Expander (£130.80) is an expansion module for the ES-4, ES-40 or ES-5, adding eight CV outputs from one expansion header.… Read More Expert Sleepers Intros Three New Modules: ES-40, ESX-8CV & ESX-8GT mk2
Expert Sleepers has announced their first Max/MSP externals. These native Max objects support the ES-4, ES-5 and ESX-4CV modules, so it is no longer necessary to use the Silent Way plug-ins to drive these modules from Max.