Sometimes Knobula’s Pianophonic module sounds a whole lot like a piano, sometimes it just sounds piano‑ish, and sometimes it sounds nothing like a piano.
The Triple Cross is a three‑channel stereo crossfader and panner with some rather powerful tricks up its sleeve.
AJH Synth’s first dedicated system reimagines what the Minimoog might be.
Intellijel pack their considerable Eurorack experience into a single standalone synth.
The Molten Motion Meter is the fruit of a collaboration between Robin and DIY‑leaning Eurorack company Befaco.
In the biscuit barrel of modular, ACRONYM is a chocolate Hobnob dunked into a chilli mochaccino.
The Trinity is a three‑voice drum module with four separate synthesis algorithms to generate its sounds.
ZAPS is designed for fast, percussive sounds that spit, splat, zip and zap, although it won’t shy away from the odd melody either.
Think you know what analogue synthesis sounds like? Pittsburgh’s Taiga might change that...
Make Noise need almost no introduction. Among the prime movers in the Eurorack explosion, former Moog employee Tony Rolando...
Coral is an eight‑voice, eight‑part, 10‑sound‑engine synthesizer in a 14HP module.
Sofia is an oscillator that synthesizes vocal‑like formants without filtering, achieved by superimposing decaying sinusoidal tones onto each individual cycle of a fundamental base waveform.
Cosmix Pro is an eight‑channel Eurorack mixer offering a broad range of routing possibilities, with generous amounts of visual clarity and several functions usually reserved for much larger mixers.
Wobbler2 adds a drum synthesizer to the Wobbler LFO module that was released in 2018.
Disrupter is an experimental, performance‑driven, 303‑style sequencer with innovative randomisation features that you can still control when needed.
Vector Wave is an extraordinarily playful multi‑levelled cluster oscillator with multiple modes, nuances, vector synthesis and FM algorithms.
Cnōc and Cruïnn promise to bring something new to your modular system with their own distinct brands of Instruō ingenuity.
The follow‑up to Pamela’s Workout sets the gold standard for clock division and rhythmic trigger generation all over again.
Slice records audio and plays it back as a loop. Being clockable means that in‑time stutter, ratchet and glitch effects are yours to command.
Comprised of an 18dB/octave three‑pole multi‑mode filter, a VCA, two different West Coast‑style wavefolders and a rectifier, at its mildest end the FIL4 very much does what it says on the tin: it sculpts timbre.
Bastl’s Softpop SP2 reins in the chaos but is still a far from conventional synth.
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