13 Oct in SynthsThe long-awaited CVilization module from software synth specialists u-he is a glorious display of colour and possibility but what does it do?
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13 Jun in SynthsMathias Kettner introduces us to DROID a programmable module to process and generate CV in an improbable number of ways. Could this be the ultimate utility module and performance tool?
29 Aug 2019 in StudioBlokas is about to open preorders on a very versatile 4-port MIDI interface box that via an editor can become any MIDI processing device you can possibly imagine.
22 Mar 2019 in SynthsMISO is one of those modules that you don't know you need but very quickly becomes useful in any situation. Perfect for deliberate or accidental sound sculpting.
23 Aug 2018 in SynthsANA is a 6-in-1 ring modulating utility module that experiments with the intersecting activity of audio and voltage signals. Put something in and get 6 things out that can be as weird as you want to push them.
04 May 2018 in StudioIntroduce multiple USB MIDI controllers to proper MIDI hardware or iOS devices with this cool little USB MIDI Host/Client merging interface. It can convert MIDI data and send Gate outs for clock.
03 May 2018 in SynthsUrs Heckman reveals the story behind CVilization the still very much under development utility module that packs an awful lot of functionality into 10hp using a simple but effective colour coded interface.
02 May 2018 in SynthsFilter 8 offers 8 outputs at 45-degree phase shifts, push the resonance up to 4 octaves of self-oscillation with 1volt/oct tracking or LFO modulating. Plus the Select 2 CV Processor and Add 2 and Link 2 CV ...
27 Mar 2018 in StudioThe wheels move slowly at Elektron HQ but they've just released version 1.1 of their Transfer software which allows for sample movement and backup on the Rytm MkII and Digitakt - yay!
08 Dec 2017 in GuitarTwo new rugged Utility Pedals have just been announced by DOD, but given the competition, will these mini pedals be cheap enough? Or are they just a smidgeon overpriced for what they offer?