Lifeforms SV-1 All-In-One Eurorack Synth Module Review

This video, via Noir Et Blanc Vie, offers a quick review of the Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms SV-1 all-in-one Eurorack synth voice module.

The Lifeforms SV-1 is designed to work as a standalone synth, but also to be completely Eurorack-compatible.

For an overview of the Lifeforms modules, check out our video from the 2016 NAMM Show:

Pricing and Availability

The Lifeforms SV-1 desktop analog modular synthesizer is available now for US $699.

If you’ve used the Lifeforms SV-1, leave a comment and share your thoughts on it!

9 thoughts on “Lifeforms SV-1 All-In-One Eurorack Synth Module Review

  1. I just don’t see the point of all in one modular. You you can get a realy good synth (or collection osingle modules that you can change out/sell) for seven hundred bucks…

    1. All in one modules are cost effective and have great ease of use, for those times when you want to do a monosynh the patch. The Mother-32 is probably the most popular Euro module ever, so there is a place for them.

    2. And if you add up all the individual components in this, it’s actually quite a bit cheaper than buying individual modules.

      I think the appeal is to get the basics out of the way so you can get straight into the really exotic stuff that Eurorack has to offer.

  2. I don’t hear a single note in his review. It’s more a advertisement. I think the Make Noise O-coast is more interesting in this price range.

    1. I hear tons of good music going on!
      The dude states in the description as well as replies to a user in the comments section that ALL the music was made using the Lifeforms SV-1.

      Watch his other videos, they all say that all the music is made using the synth he is reviewing, this guy makes impressive funny reviews!

  3. Good as it is, I see the O coast the way to go for me at least. im sure though that this is great but slightly overpriced for the sounds.

  4. Love the Family Guy nod. Also, the title of this video says nothing about a demo. The title says review, and it contains said review. Kee your eyes out for the word demo for the inclusion of a demo.

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