At the 2018 NAMM Show, we caught up with Suit & Tie Guy, who gave us a quick demo of his new module, which he describes as the “world’s most advanced envelope generator’.
The STG/Soundlabs Envelope Generator is available in Eurorack and ‘man-size’ 5U formats, and offers three EG models, outputs two shapes simultaneously, offers four modes of operation, four time scales & tempo sync.
Additionally the module supports full voltage control of time and sustain level, slope control and cv, and gate outputs for each stage via a sidecar module.
See the STG/Soundlabs site for details.
5 thoughts on “STG/Soundlabs Debuts “World’s Most Advanced Envelope Generator””
Nice guy who has been along for many years.
Very cool envelope, also in eurorack. It can do so much more than demonstrated here, like looping, audio rate signal generation etc. Unique and very versatile module! Reminescent of Serge, Buchla, EMS in addition to your standard ADSR.
Yes please, I’ll take two.
Yep, I picked up one. I love me some complex envelopes!
What’s up with the DiN sync on STG’s modules?
I have always been a little put off on his modules because of that, because it seems like he’s designed them to be synced with old drum machines, and I don’t have any.
Am I understanding that correctly?
How do his modules work, if you’re only using traditional modular gate signals?
The DIN sync is his way of getting song tempo into the synth. There are plenty of adapters to help convert various sources to this standard
Otherwise they work off standard triggers and gates.