Synth module makers WMD and SSF are excited to announce the availability of their new Eurorack modular synthesizer system: The Monolith. The developers are positioning the Monolith synth as a pro level monosynth that also serves as a bridge for newer users to learn modular synthesis.
The Monolith is comprised of a 37-key keyboard with 104 hp Eurorack rails loaded with the WMD-SSF collaboration line of fifteen modules. Complete with power supply and 25 patch cables of assorted lengths, the Monolith is a fully-functional, completely customizable modular synth with a wide palette of tones that the user can patch from scratch.
The Monolith system includes 15 Modules: two Spectrum Oscillators, a Pole Zero Filter, two ADSRVCAs, an Amplitude Discrete VCA, an S.P.O. Scaling Polarizer and Offset, the Ultrafold wavefolder, the Blender four channel crossfading mixer, a Quad Attenuator, the Toolbox utility module, a Mini Slew function generator, as well as a custom Keyscan module with Aftertouch, Velocity, and MIDI (in, out, and thru).
SSF and WMD have also included a Buffered Multiple, a LVLS output module, leaving 16 extra hp worth of space filled with blank panels for the user’s further customization or future expansion.
WMD’s Tyler Thompson gave a Monolith walk-through to Synthbug at this winter’s NAMM Show:
Pricing and Availability
The WMD – SSF joint Monolith Eurorack Modular Synthtesizer System is available now from select retailers for about $2600US.