Sewastopol is a multifunction eurorack module designed for easy interfacing of external gear to your modular environment. It can export line and professional level audio, import audio from instruments and electroacoustic transducers, and analyze the incoming audio to generate voltages and triggers to control your modular system. This is a second, vastly improved revision to the original 2014 Sewastopol, featuring a completely redesigned preamplifier circuit, better ergonomics and various other improvements. MODULE OVERVIEW Sewastopol consists of four independent blocks: export attenuator and symmetrizer, import preamplifier, envelope follower, and voltage comparator. These blocks may be used separately, but they are internally normalled thus offering a default chain for processing your modular signals through outboard gear (effects, stompboxes, signal processors), and then...
We've had a big delivery of Intelljel modules. This include the ever popular Shapeshifter. The weird and wonderful Rainmaker. Plus utility modules such as the new Mixup, Quadra and Quad VCA.
Also back is the Tetrapad. Already a firm favourite here, this module adds so excellent hands on capabilities to your system. Highly recommended!
The amazing Lyra-8 by SOMA Laboratory is here and ready to ship. The Lyra-8 has a circuit which is fully analogue. The only digital component is the delay.
These units are built like a tank. Huge drones, chords and melodies can easily be coaxed from the eight notes. This synth is experimental, strange and often atonal. This, of course, is all part of its unique charm! Add to this the excellent FM and the Lyra-8 really comes to life and explores some awesome, next level sonic territory.
We've got a demo unit in store. Pop in and have a listen for yourselves!
The cupboards are bulging again, this time with a huge selection of ALM modules. The only disappointment was the lack of Pamela's New Workout. But don't fret, these are very nearly ready and should be shipping out again early December. We have plenty on back order, but if you'd like us to hold you one, please mail email@example.com and we can pop it aside, no problem
We've had loads of customers asking if we'll ever be doing courses. It's taken a while to get everything together, but we're finally in a position to offer some modular training. Initially this will be for Beginners, covering basic understanding of control voltage and synthesis techniques. We'll be adding Intermediate courses and then specific courses for such things as performance, drums and so on.
Each course will be 2 hours per week for 4 weeks. We'll provide cases, cables and power so you just have to rock up to our store on the day. Fro more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the here
After several months of redesigns and tests, our new website is finally here. Everything has been rebuilt from the ground up. It's more stable, more secure and it'll be easier to get to the things you want to check out. We'll have some new features and functions too.
We'd love to hear your feedback so we can continue to improve your overall experience. Please do get in touch to let us know what you think!
The Rossum Electro-Music juggernaut powers on. We have more Morpheus in stock right now.
The Morpheus includes over 190 filter configurations. Each configuration is composed of up to 8 complex filters that you can picture as being at the corners of a three dimensional cube. Morpheus gives you the ability to smoothly interpolate between those 8 filters within the cube’s three dimensional space!
The XAOC Devices range goes from strength to strength! We have taken stock of Drezno and Lipsk
Drezno consists of a flexible ADC (analog-to-digital converter) and DAC (digital-to-analog converter) that can be cross-patched, or used independently.
Lipsk is an expander for Drezno and allows you to flip (invert) individual bits of the digital signal representation. It features 8 illuminated tact switches for manual control as well as 8 individual gate inputs. When connected to Drezno which is processing a waveform, inversion of individual bits yields fractal-like pattern waveforms.
We'll be getting a huge shipment of the spectacular Morphagene at the end of June. The latest batch ran into a few delays due to some irregular parts which had to be addressed at MakeNoise's factory. This hasn't dampened our enthusiasm as it'll be worth the wait
This week we see the arrival of Veils and Blinds. Supremely handy utility modules...
The general low-down as follows Blinds is a 4-channel voltage-controlled signal polarizer. Each channel consists of a polarizer circuit, also known as a four-quadrant multiplier. This circuit acts like a VCA, except that a negative control voltage will cause the output signal to be inverted, instead of being silenced.
Blinds’ outputs are daisy-chained, allowing adjacent groups of 2, 3, or all 4 channels, to be mixed together.
Veils provides four VCAs with an adjustable response curve. Veils’ outputs are daisy-chained, allowing adjacent groups of 2, 3, or all 4 channels, to be mixed together.