Noise Engineering Intros Jam Jam and Quantus Trajecta Modules; Adds Panel Overlays For Versio and Legio


Noise Engineering has announced the release of two new modules: Jam Jam and Quantus Trajecta. Jam Jam is a multi-mode trigger-and-gate processor with four individually adjustable and CV-able channels. Quantus Trajecta is a quad envelope designed with polyphony in mind.

The company has also introduced “hot-swappable” panel overlays for their Versio and Legio platforms so users can swap firmware and easily have a matching panel that doesn’t require disassembling their module.

Jam Jam is a “versatile and fun” trigger-and-gate processor with four individually adjustable and
CV-able channels. The three modes pack incredible functionality into the tiny 6HP package:

  • Random mode turns the module into four individually adjustable probability processors, great for adding variety to a patch.
  • In Clock Phase mode, the module adjusts incoming clock phase based on clock period. Use this to adjust sequencer timing or to create sequences that drift out of sync and then back in with CV.
  • Use Gate Delay mode as a simple trigger delay to help keep things in sync in your patch or for creative patching: dial in shifts in the timing of events from sub-millisecond adjustments to huge delays of over 15 seconds.

Notable features: Jam Jam

  • 6 HP
  • CV-able inputs
  • Clock phasing
  • Trigger delay for utility or creative use
  • Great size for any system

Pricing and Availability. Preorders for Jam Jam are open now, and the n stock in black and silver. Shipping from Noise Engineering and retailers starting January 26, 2023; MSRP US$240


Quantus Trajecta is a quad envelope designed with polyphony in mind. Quantus Trajecta’s envelope structure takes the functionality from Noise Engineering’s beloved Loquelic and Cursus Iteritas Percido modules, and adds even more control and mode options like ADSR and Tremolo, which adds an LFO with Rate and Wub controls.

Each parameter is CV controllable, and each control universally adjusts all four envelopes for easy polyphonic tracking. Quantus Trajecta is performable, musical, and most importantly, fun.

Notable features: Quantus Trajecta

  • 10 HP
  • Universal controls make polyphonic envelopes a cinch
  • Multiple envelope shapes
  • Wub wub wub
  • CV-able parameters
  • Hold control freezes envelope in place

Pricing and Availability. Preorders for Quantus Trajecta are open now. Module is in stock and available black and silver. Shipping from Noise Engineering and retailers beginning January 26, 2023; MSRP US$280


Panel Overlays. In addition, Noise Engineering has introduced hot-swappable panel overlays for the Versio and Legio platforms so users can swap firmware (free at Noise Engineering’s Customer Portal) and provide an easy way to have a matching panel that doesn’t require disassembling their module. Individual panels and discounted multipacks are available.

The Versio and Legio platforms allow users to freely swap between a growing number of firmwares for each module, but changing out a panel can be laborious. The new Noise Engineering panel overlays fit over the existing panel, with no need to remove knobs. The user can “hot swap” with these impact acrylic, laser-etched panels, available in silver with black text or black with white text. Individual panels are available at the Noise Engineering website, and discounted multipacks (one of each panel) are also available.

Pricing and Availability. Panel overlay preorders are open now, in stock and available in black and silver. Shipping from Noise Engineering and retailers starting January 26, 2023; MSRP varies: Legio single panel: $16; Legio multipack (3 panels): $36; Versio single panel: $16; Versio multipack (8 panels): $112.

Everything is available and begins shipping Thursday, January 26, 2023. More information is available on the Noise Engineering website.

One thought on “Noise Engineering Intros Jam Jam and Quantus Trajecta Modules; Adds Panel Overlays For Versio and Legio

  1. this is nice. thank you. however, the UI innovation I really need is for designers to stop using bi-color LED’s for RGY state encoding. it makes using the product a miserable guessing game experience. nobody makes a replacement part for red/green or yellow/blue blind folks and…

    speaking for MY color blind community: we’re sick of it.

    thank you!

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