Synthrotek has introduced the Roboto – a new Eurorack module that’s a vocoder, pitch shifter, speak-n-spell effect, vibrato, 8-bit modulator and a bitcrusher-sounding module…… Read More Synthrotek Intros Roboto Lo Fi Vocoder Eurorack Module
Synthrotek’s Steve Harmon has Cheeks Of Steel and now he’s made it easy for you to do the same. His secret? 12 gauge powder-coated steel.
The module offers very short minimum lengths, self cycling and a maximum output of 5 volts.… Read More Synthrotek Intros 4HP Eurorack ADSR
At Moogfest 2016, we talked with Synthrotek’s Steve Harmon, who showed us their new MIDI-CV Expander Eurorack module, and told us about a new series of modules, based on Tom Whitwell’s Music Thing Modular designs.
Synthrotek has introduced the MST Expressor – a Eurorack module allows you to use expression pedals with your modular synth The Expressor has two identical powered expression pedal processing units in one module, allowing you to do things such as: Control volume with your foot Attenuate CV or audio if no expression pedal is plugged… Read More Synthrotek MST Expressor Lets You Use Expression Pedals With Your Euro Modular
Synthrotek shared this sound demo of their new West Coast Noise System – an all-in-one Eurorack modular system, inspired by classic ‘West Coast Synthesis’. “The amount of insanity you can create from so few modules is incredible,” according to Synthrotek. “It’s analog drums, 8 bit crunch and noise married to a sequencer.”
At the 2016 NAMM Show, we talked with synthesist Craig Padilla, above, about his custom Synthrotek MST Eurorack modular synthesizer.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, we talked with Steve Harmon of Synthrotek about their products for 2016.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, Synthrotek is introducing its Skiff Boat cases. Here’s an intro video from Synthrotek’s Steve Harmon:
Synthrotek shared this brief look at their new MST MIDI-to-CV Module – a Eurorack MIDI to CV converter.