MATRIXSYNTH: AMSynths May 2013 Newsletter - AM8044 Cascade VCF &VCA & More

Sunday, May 05, 2013

AMSynths May 2013 Newsletter - AM8044 Cascade VCF &VCA & More

"Newsletter May 2013
Latest News
Spring has arrived at last in the UK with at least one sunny day! At AMSynths we have been busy launching new modules and catching up on the backlog of reservations. Here is the latest news, check our web site here:

Module Plans
The popular AM8012, AM8075, AM8071 and AM8109 filter modules are in production and shipping to customers, along with the AM8328 Miarge Filter which we launched in January. The AM8044 VCF and VCA has now been launched with stock in the webstore. This module uses the SSM2044 chip to produce a very smooth filter and a simple VCA has been added after the VCF, which can either be used as a final level control or a 10V positive going envelope generator can be patched in.

The Dual ADSR AM8140 is the next module to go into production during May, along with the AM8060SE Dual State Variable Filter - with plenty of back orders to fill. The testing of the AM8027 Dual VCO has completed and the next stage is to build some production versions in June before we officially release the module for customer shipments.

PCB's and Panels
We launched PCB's and panels for customers that wish to build their own modules back in March, and they are proving very popular. We have a growing inventory in the web store, covering most of the Eurorack range. We have online Project Notes with BOM's and guidance on building and setting up.

E-mu Modular
One of the AMSynths projects for this year is to build an E-mu Systems Analog Modular synthesizer using panels from Exclusively Analogue, with some original E-mu PCB's and some re-designs that I have completed. You can read more about the project as it progresses over the next few months on our Blog."

No comments:

Post a Comment


© Matrixsynth - All posts are presented here for informative, historical and educative purposes as applicable within fair use.
MATRIXSYNTH is supported by affiliate links that use cookies to track clickthroughs and sales. See the privacy policy for details.