This video, via Sonic State, captures an update from Chris Randall of Audio Damage on his latest Eurorack modules.
Audio Damage was previewing a couple of new modules at the 2016 NAMM Show:
- ADM14 BoomTschak – This is Audio Damage’s first analog module, described as a ‘quality high-end analog drum voice’. It features Accent and choke inputs, a self-resonant multi-mode filter, three envelopes with curve controls, and a waveshaper. Their goal is to get the price around US $450.
- DubJr Mk2 – basically DubJr, but with improved build quality and customer-requested features, including Tap tempo, clock input, selectable “free” or “jump” times, and a feedback loop. It will be priced at $289, and is expected to ship in about 3 weeks.