Scanner’s ‘Discrete Transmission’

Discrete Transmission, via Robin Rimbaud, aka Scanner.

Here’s what he has to say about it:

First explorations using my almost complete Verbos Electronics modular system. Featuring Amplitude & Tone controller, 2 x Complex Oscillators, Dual Four Pole Filter, Voltage Multistage, Manhattan Analog mixer, Doepfer a-143-3 Quad LFO, Toppobrillo Dual 281 Function Generator. Powered by Tiptop Audio Zeus Access and housed in a handsome Lio & Linn Wood + Metal 6u 84hp slanted wood eurorack case.

Created with the very capable engineer, producer and musician Paul Stoney.

4 thoughts on “Scanner’s ‘Discrete Transmission’

  1. An analog modular system like that is by definition the opposite of discreet, the signal flows as a voltage continuum, so this would be a “continuous transmission” even if shared discreetly 😛

    1. WYZ, I think he’s referring to the fact that Verbos’ designs use discrete components as opposed to chips. BTW, discrete and discreet have different meanings

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