MATRIXSYNTH: New Befaco Modules for Superbooth: Noise Plethora and MEX!

Monday, September 13, 2021

New Befaco Modules for Superbooth: Noise Plethora and MEX!

video upload by Befacosynth

"Noise Plethora sends two filtered noises to Percall.
Muxlicer + MEX run the show, triggering percall and kickalls.

Morphader has Kickalls in one side and Plethora in the other, to achive the "only bass" scene and then go back to the mix of all.
Kickalls provide extra audio lines.
Lich is running Stoke patch, sending audio and random CVs:"

via Befaco

"We are ready for superbooth and super excited to announce we will be presenting two new modules! We are located in one of the outside tents, table Z190 Please pass by if you are around for a talk and take a look to the new babies!

The big one is noise plethora, a three channel noise module with a selector of type of noise. Each channel has an analog multi mode filter to allow shaping the noise to get from hats sounds, to harsh glitches and textures.

This module will release first week of November at a final price of 350€ (Taxes included)

The second module. MEX, is a trigger expander for Muxlicer! It adds a new line of gates to Muxlicer's sequence, where you can choose to turn off the step, output same number of gates as muxlicer, or sending just one. A very simple concept, that provides great flexibilty! And greatest thing: you can daisy chain them so you can add as many as desired!!

This module will release last week of October at a final price of 85€ (after taxes)"

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