Malekko Heavy Industry shared this preview of their MANTHER – a desktop synth that features an entirely analog signal path with a 64-step sequencer.… Read More Malekko Heavy Industry MANTHER Synthesizer (Sneak Preview)
Here’s a hands-on demo by Ben Davis of the latest Eurorack modules from Malekko Heavy Industry.… Read More Malekko Heavy Industry Eurorack Modules Hands-On Demo
Roland shared this mini-documentary, When Roland Goes Modular, that looks at the history of the company’s modular synthesizers. The video includes looks at two of the classics of analog modular synthesis: the Roland SYSTEM-700 and SYSTEM-100m.
At Musikmesse 2015, Roland introduced the System-500, an all-new, fully analog modular synthesizer system, produced in colloboration with modular manufacturer Malekko, that’s compatible with Eurorack systems. The Roland System 500 Eurorack modules are now available. Here are the details:
Roland has released official details on their new System-500 analog Eurorack synthesizer modules. The System-500 is a fully analog recreation, in Euro format, of the classic Roland System-100m modular synthesizer. The modules are produced in collaboration with established Euro manufacturer Malekko Heavy Industry. According to Roland, the System-500 delivers the ‘classic character and functionality of the original with the advantages of… Read More Roland System-500 Analog Eurorack Modules Official Details
This video, via Craig Anthony Perkins, captures a presentation of the final production prototypes of the Roland System-500 Eurorack analog modules, made by Malekko Heavy Industry in Portland Oregon. The presentation is by the creator himself, Joshua Holly of Malekko.
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Sound designer/composer Richard Devine shared his thoughts yesterday on the eleven best Eurorack synth modules of 2013 on Facebook. Why a top eleven list and not a top ten list? Maybe because it was an awesome year for modular gear?