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Cwejman began developing musical instruments in the 1970's with the introduction of their first synthesizer, a limited production module named the Synthra.
After an absence of more than 20 years, time spent designing precise and high quality industrial electronics, Cwejman returned to synthesizers in the summer of 1998 with the development of their second analogue synthesizer named the Cwejman Analogue Workbench. It would later evolve into the popular S1mk2 synthesizer.
Many years of experience in the design and construction of electronics resulted in a completely new solution for the sound circuits. Cwejman gear is constructed using very advanced surface mount technology. A genuine focus has been placed on construction detail and pure sound quality.
In 2006, Cwejman began building modules compatible with the Eurorack standard. This means that the modules fit in the cases of other, established manufacturers and are 100% compatible when patching between them. Cwejman modules work alongside those by Analogue Solutions, Doepfer, Livewire, The Harvestman and others in the same format. The Cwejman modules are extremely density compact, functional designs that will add something new to any modular setup.
Due to their high quality and extremely long times between each production run, Cwejman modules are extremely sought after. However, when they produce a new batch London Modular will guarantee to hold some stock.