Livestock Electronics is the brainchild of Dutchman Daniel Mulder, a former games developer-turned-synth maker. The company, though only one year old, already has five modules, and we took a little look at the prototypes at Superbooth in Berlin. They are:
- Maze (€350-400): a 4-in/4-out mixer/router for audio and CV.
- Bang (€300-320), a digital wavetable oscillator module ideal for chiptune/gameboy-type sounds that lets you create and share your own wavetable libraries thanks to an SD card slot.
- Sheppard (€500), a four-channel step sequencer with 16 track and 16 loops, designed for a live setting and specifically geared towards polyphonic and polyrhythmic patterns.
- Felix (€100), a buffered attenuator that is particularly useful for creating DC offsets, and finally...
- MIR (€230), a quad distortion/VCA/logic gate/voltage inverter that works for moth CV and audio and provides both inverted and regular outputs.