MATRIXSYNTH: New ACL System1 Stereo Eurorack Synth System

Tuesday, April 03, 2018

New ACL System1 Stereo Eurorack Synth System

(The playlist above features individual modules from ACL aka Advanced Circuit Lab. The System1 with module list is featured below.)

Video playlist:
ACL Discrete Core Ladder VCF Demo
Variable Sync VCO
ACL Dual Delay Tutorial Video
ACL Dual SVF Tutorial Video
Variable Sync VCO

You might remember Advanced Circuit Lab from SUPERBOOTH17. Previously they were AQA Electrix. They are now Audiophile Circuits League and will be at SUPERBOOTH18 with their new System1 stereo eurorack system pictured below. This one is in via Liquid Sky Berlin.

"The first version of the acl system 1 will be available later this year for less than 3600 euro plus vat and comes with a great selection of modules:

ACL - System1 Stereo Synth
2 x Variable Sync VCO
1 x Dual State variable VCF
1 x Gate Mix
1 x VC Panning Amplifier
1 x Oktave
1 x Envelope x 3
1 x VC Dual Delay
1 x M/S- Matrix
1 x Audio Interface
1 x 2 Row 84 TE Case incl.1 x KAZU PSU
plus some free Patching cables."

"Audiophile Circuits League
Welcome to the Audiophile Circuits League. We are a group of musicians and engineers based in Berlin.
We are in the very fortunate position of being able to design and build our own equipment, the kind of equipment we want to use.
Of course, there are many other excellent companies making fantastic equipment – much of which we own and love – and so rather than trying to reinvent wheels, we go beyond classic designs.

First we build devices that avoid problems we’ve encountered – everything from irregular performance to awkward connection placements. And we ensure consistent quality, using only carefully selected component, and assembling our equipment here in Germany.

Second, whenever possible, we try to create modules that do something different and offer new possibilities – be that a filter that doesn’t lose the bass when you crank up the resonance, or a VCO which allows gradual morphing from soft- to hard-sync.

One of the best things about modular is the flexibility and creativity it offers, so if you have any suggestions for new features, revisions, or even new modules, we’d love to hear from you."

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