At Superbooth 2019, Pittsburgh Modular introduced the Voltage Research Laboratory, a West Coast-inspired all-in-one modular workstation.
We talked with PM founder Richard Nicol, who gave us an in-depth look at the new synth.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
“The Voltage Research Laboratory is a completely different analog synthesizer where every function of the instrument has been influenced by the behaviors and systems of the natural world. Wildly experimental and extremely deep, the Voltage Research Laboratory is a sonic playground created to explore the natural systems and lesser known fringes of analog synthesis.
The Voltage Research Laboratory is 100% eurorack modular format compatible and is comprised of 3 separate eurorack modules housed together in a purpose-built, handmade eurorack enclosure. More than a collection of tools and functions, it is a unique modular synthesizer designed to reward deep experimentation and encourage the creation of unique sonic systems.”
Pricing and Availability
Production of the Voltage Research Laboratory is being funded via a Kickstarter project, which has already reached its funding goal. It’s available to backers for $1,279 and the individual modules are also available separately.