Analogue Solutions has introduced the Telemark Multimode Filter module, a new module for Eurorack synthesizers, based on the filter of the Telemark semi-modular synthesizer.
The filter is a 12db/Octave multimode type.
There are four outputs: low pass, band pass, high pass and notch filter.
Additionally, notch filter can be varied for an even wider range of sounds. Use of Gain and Q allow for even wider possibilities.
Here’s a video demo: Continue reading
This video, via FunkyjunkItaly, is a quick demo of the Dave Smith Instruments DSM01 Curtis Filter For Eurorack modular synthesizers. Continue reading
Mutable Instruments‘s Olivier Gillet has announced that it is phasing out most of its DIY synth line so that it can focus on making Eurorack modules.
The MIDIpal, Shruthi XT, Anushri, Shruthi filter boards, and Ambika will be phased out.
The Shruthi kit will remain in production. Details below.
This video, via ProckGnosis, is a user review of the Murmux Semi-Modular Synthesizer, manufactured in Greece by Dreadbox Pedals and Synths.
The review covers the basics of the Murmux, including the different sections and features, some sound examples and the different controls and parameters.
“All in all, I LOVE it,” notes ProckGnosis, “addictive as hell to play around with and in some ways cooler than my Moog Voyager…” Continue reading
This video features Andrew Ostler of Expert Sleepers presents the Disting Eurorack synthesizer module, at the London Music Hackspace at Troyganic Cafe, London, on October 9th 2014.
The Disting is a 16-in-1 multifunction module, offering a variety of CV and audio processes, including a selection of oscillators (LFOs/VCOs). All algorithms have two high-precision inputs and outputs, and a third control input, exposed on a front panel knob and a CV input. Continue reading
Audio Damage has announced that the Sequencer 1, its new Eurorack step sequencer, is now available.
According to the company, the ADM06 Sequencer 1 is ‘the most sophisticated Euro-rack sequencer available”. Continue reading
Dave Smith Instruments recently introduced the DSM01 Curtis Filter – a version of his classic Sequential-style filter in a Eurorack module.
Smith calls the DSM01 Curtis Filter ‘the very heart and soul of the Dave Smith sound’.
In this video, via sonicstate, Nick Batt takes a look at the DSM01 Curtis Filter and puts it through its paces. Continue reading
The Pittsburgh Modular Time Runner is an analog clock divider and programmable pattern generator for Eurorack modular synthesizers.
The Time Runner utilizes a voltage-controlled dual logic core to create a wide range of programmable gate patterns.
The TimeRunner starts with a single clock source and divides it down into four individual channels. The output of each channel is based on a complex relationship between the clock source, a clock divider, and a chain of switchable and voltage controlled logic options. The result is a unique and extremely musical patten generator.
How It Works
The signal path of the TimeRunner starts with an internal or external clock source. The clock is split using a divider into 4 cascading channels creating even /2, /4, /8, /16 divisions of the clock source. Continue reading