The new firmware adds new features like polyphonic mode, labeling of each control, 14 bit CCs, save memory expanded to four slots and a Web editor that lets you configure the modules and create your own presets.… Read More Befaco Updates VCMC, CV Thing Firmware With Polyphonic Mode & More
The Voltage Controlled Midi Controller (VCMC) is designed to let you move control tasks from your DAW to your Eurorack system.… Read More Befaco Introduces VCMC Voltage-Controlled MIDI Controller (Sneak Preview)
The updated firmware comes with a variety of new user-requested features.… Read More Befaco MIDI Thing Update Adds User-Requested Features
In this interview, Darwin Grosse talks with VCV Rack creator Andrew Belt about the new virtual modular platform. … Read More Open Source Synthesis: Behind The Scenes With VCV Rack Creator Andrew Belt
Befaco says that they wanted to make “a sexy yet cost-effective”, DIY enclosure and power solution for people getting started in Eurorack.… Read More Befaco Intros Jumpskiff, A DIY Eurorack Skiff & Power Solution
The module features voltage control for each stage, with manual faders. … Read More Befaco Intros VC ADSR Eurorack Module, ‘Knurlies’ Mounting Screws
At Superbooth 16, Barcelona-based Befaco was introducing several new modules, including the Rampage, the A*B+C and the Crush Delay, aka ‘the audio shit generator’. In the video above, Diego explains the synth DIY roots of Befaco, and then demonstrates the new modules.
The Rampage is the Befaco version of an old invention: the Serge/Buchla ramp generator. “We took the idea of a ‘patch programmable’ function generator/processor, put two units in the same module and tried to expand them with new funky functions and ways to combine them: Slope detectors, analogue logic functions and a few extra outputs to add… Read More Befaco Intros Rampage Ramp Generator