MATRIXSYNTH: Bleep Bloop 2000 Overview and Demo

Friday, September 24, 2021

Bleep Bloop 2000 Overview and Demo

video upload by Patchwerks Seattle

"In this video Matthew Piecora (aka EZBOT ) of Patchwerks shows off the new Bleep Bloop 2000 by Tim Held and After later Audio.

Bleep Bloop 2000, or BB2k is a collaboration between Tim Held of Podular Modcast and After Later Audio. What started as a joke-module made by Tim’s friend Jenny has now actualized into real-life. What is it? Why is it? These are all questions we are still asking ourselves. All we know is we love it.

BB2k can be used as a four-voice oscillator or a quirky CV-source. It was designed to inspire experimentation and creative patching. While it appears simple at face-value, it is actually quite versatile. BB2k is able to get into glitchy rhythm generation, haunting drones and outrageous control voltage over any parameter the user wishes. Just power it on and start exploring!

Order the Bleep Bloop 2000 here:
Demo by: Matthew Piecora
Video by: Matthew Piecora, Steven Ly"

1 comment:

  1. Bleep Bloop is unfortunate in much the same way as the Hatsune Miku guitar pedal: components projecting from what can only be described as comically unfortunate locations, the choice of which cannot possibly be accidental.


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