A new line of modules from Feedback designed by collaborator CMS-Labs offers simple and elegant functionality for your Eurorack.
New ventures are always exciting and it’s common for the first modules to cover some basic ideas or problems that needed solving. These useful modules by CMS-Labs feature the designs of Christian Mike Sugar brought to life by Feedback Modules.
It’s a trigger combiner. Stick up to 4 triggers or gates in and you’ll get a combination of them pouring out the output. Bring different clock patterns into the same percussive destination, combine rhythms and transform ideas. You can also use it to rectify and combine CV signals to produce more complex results.
There are two channels of up to 4 into 1 combiners and you could also patch one in the other or into more T-Comb modules for further explorations into complexity.
It’s only 4HP and costs €44 fully built.
This is a 4-channel format converter for bringing 1/4″ jack audio connections down to Eurorack minijack size. It’s great for pedals, audio interfaces, synths, mixers or whatever you want to mix into your modular.
Each channel has 2 outputs so you can mult your signal to multiple destinations. Or you can use it the other way around to route your Eurorack out to 4 channels on a mixer or to an audio interface for recording. For more channels add more modules!
J-Conv is 6HP wide and is going for €48.
This is 4-channels of useful attenuation with simple and grabbable knobs to dial down the voltage range. At 6HP it gives you a bit more room to play and be precise with the knob positioning.
Quadatt is available now for €48.
Good looking and useful modules from CMS-Lab. I’m looking forward to more.