19 Jun 2018 · This is not a DIY clone or approximation, Softube has an official Mutable Instruments Clouds module for their Modular virtual Eurorack virtual instrument.
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30 May 2018 · You can now get to preview Mutable Instruments modules inside VCVRack before they release the source code. Audible Instrument Preview currently has Plaits ready for you to try and there will be more to follow.
13 Apr 2018 · Stages offers 6 programmable segments of CV modulation that can combine into envelopes, loop into LFOs and step into sequences. Mutable Instruments continue to define the modular story.
30 Mar 2018 · Marbles is all about randomness and nothing about sampling. Multiple methods of random voltage and gate generation through 7 outputs based on simulating the poor timing of musicians. This is going to be fun!
28 Mar 2018 · In there somewhere is the name "Stages - Segment Generator". Could this be the next module from Mutable Instruments? What do you think it might be? Update: new Instagram video of something called Marbles?
02 Mar 2018 · The spiritual successor of Braids has arrived. Meet Plaits, the newly designed macro-oscillator with 8 melodic and 8 percussive models, no screen, simple controls and CV for everything. Every rack should have ...
04 Oct 2017 · The Mutable Instruments carnage continues with the announcement that Clouds, the granular texture synthesizer module found in everyone's Eurorack is discontinued.
17 Sep 2017 · After five years as Mutable Instruments best-selling sound generator, they have decided to discontinue the Braids macro oscillator. More casualties are to follow - will it be your favourite module next?
28 Mar 2017 · Kammerl is a new alternative firmware that brings beat repeating and slicing to Mutable Instruments Clouds Eurorack module.
15 Sep 2016 · A contact microphone and amplifier bring any sound or vibration into your modular system - just start tapping, scratching and fiddling and the Ears will hear it, amp it and patch it.