MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, May 11, 2022

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Wednesday, May 11, 2022

UNO Synth Pro Black Edition - The foundation of any great synth collection


video upload by ikmultimedia

"The foundation of any great synth collection - IK’s award-winning true analog synthesizer is back with a bold new look. With classic analog sound, incredible flexibility, an inspiring workflow and complete connectivity, this little black synth is perfect for every occasion.

No matter your genre or workflow, whether your rig is PC-based or outboard, whether you’re on stage or in the studio, UNO Synth Pro’s bold new color is guaranteed to make you look and sound your best.

Classic sounds
* 3 discrete oscillators plus noise generator
* Pulse-width modulation and hard sync
* Continuously variable wave shape
* FM and ring modulation

Incredibly adaptable
* Dual state variable filters with 24 modes
* Series and parallel configuration
* 16-slot modulation matrix
* Mac/PC Editor to integrate with DAWs

The perfect foundation
* 256 user-editable presets
* 10-mode onboard arpeggiator
* 64-step sequencer with 40+ parameters
* CV/Gate automation

Fits in anywhere
* 2 x CV / Gate input & output
* 5-pin and USB MIDI I/O
* Audio input to filters, FX, or pass-through
* Balanced stereo & headphone outs"

Shakmat Announces Four New Modules at SUPERBOOTH22



via Shakmat

Belgium-based eurorack company Shakmat, known for their performance-oriented modules, are announcing four new modules for this Superbooth 22. Pretty known for their hands on sequencers and sound processors, Shakmat now focuses on synthesis with a set of 3 analog modules and a compact triple envelope.

Banshee Reach

This 8HP module is not really a new one as we teased it in September in Berlin under the name Banshee Set. After passionate feedbacks and beta testers comments, the UI was completely redesigned in order to propose a compact, versatile and live oriented analog VCO. Besides a series of features already announced last year (varishape, sub generator and thru-zero modulation), the new version has an octaver function which freezes the fine knob and turns the coarse knob into an octave switch covering 9 octaves. Never detune your VCO by turning that tune knob by accident again!

Resting Time (Arturia Cs-80 V4 - multi tracks demo)


video upload by Michael Geyre

"another Cs-80 V4 demo, made exclusively using the plugin"

SCI Prophet 5 - Incoming


video upload by Glen H

"Prophet 5 multitrack"

ArH - Akunull | live pure data midi jam


video upload by Akunull

"Coded in Pure Data vanilla and controlled via midi with novation remote sl-mkii and Korg padkontrol. Sounds synthesized in realtime. Code coming soon ⭄ https://akunull.com"

Update: code now available here: https://akunull.com/arh

New Random Source Serge Paperface Coming to SUPERBOOTH22



Follow-up to this post featuring the VC Resonant EQ.

1st Panel:
2x Oscillators Noise/Random
SSG
Dual Processor
Triple Waveshaper
Not sure what that last one on the corner is but it looks like it has a 1/4" output?

2nd Panel:
2xSequencers/Programmer
BiDi Router


Update: two more close-up pics of the oscillator section, a 3rd with a Precision VCO and Dual Universal Slope Generator, and the following:

"Designing the first generation of Serge modules in '72-'73 was a stab in the dark. Today, the redesign of these modules is like opening a door to a new universe. VCOs that track. Dual programmers featuring built-in sequencing and clock.
Silver on enamel panels, yet keeping to the spirit and patch-programmability of the original paperface panels. Glad to announce the first of several 50th anniversary Serge panels !

Serge"

Oberheim OB-X8 Demo (no talking)


video upload by Paul Schilling

"It is a great honor for me to contribute factory patches to this, an absolute dream machine by Tom Oberheim and the Sequential crew.

Easily one of the best sounding synthesizers I have ever played.

The unit in this video was pre-production, so it had temp knobs, not the Oberheim style knobs of the production units."

Additional Oberheim OB-X8 posts.

Oberheim Matrix 12 vs. Matrix 6 - Sonic Siblings: A Direct Comparison


video upload by Vintage Synthesizer Solutions

0:00 Intro
0:52 Matrix Series Origins
1:28 Circuit Design
2:42 Features
4:12 MSRP
4:38 Factory Sound Comparison!
10:54 Unique Sonic Favorites
18:18 Outro

"Join us while we do a direct comparison of these two classic Oberheim synthesizers. There is often confusion around this product line due to the shared namesake. So, we wanted to clarify some of the differences both in terms of circuit design and sonic character. It is easy to assume that the Matrix 12 is simply a Matrix 6 with double the polyphony, but this is not the case. In fact, the Matrix 6/6R/1000 are quite different than the Matrix 12 and Xpander. In this video, we'll show you why and let you hear the difference!

**The audio is a direct mix of primarily dry signal with a bit of reverb added via an aux buss; no compression or EQ adjustments were made**

***Our Matrix 12 has had a rough past, you'll see many battle scars on the front panel. Rest assured, we have plans to fully restore it to its former glory in the very near future. What out for a video!***

****I am a technician, not a professional keyboardist! :) ****"

Digitana Electronics E.M.S. Synthi KS Expander


video upload by Digitana Electronics

"Just a mad demo working through all the functions of the KS Expander hooked up to an E.M.S. Synthi A with touch Keyboard Sequence connected."

Pittsburgh Modular - Bat Dynamics LPG, A Filter of Crows VCF


video upload by John Schussler

"Pittsburgh Modular is in the process of designing some new synths, and are releasing individual experiments as stand-alone modules. They say these aren't long term catalog items, so if you like the sound you'll want to grab one before they're gone.

The Bat is a low pass gate (LPG), but without vactrols. Most LPGs use vactrols to control the response, but with the disadvantage of being non-adjustable...the vactrol responds how it responds, end of story. The Bat adds an adjustability to the sound that makes it extra flexible, while still maintaining that vactrol-like ring.

The Filter of Crows is a relatively "normal" VCF, but with a unique character that comes from its drive and "stability" controls. Stability in particular gives the circuit the ability to come up with some really interesting distortions and responses you don't hear elsewhere.

Envelope is Zadar, sequence is from Stochastic IG, and VCO is a Dixie II+.

00:00 Intro
00:20 Bat Dynamics
06:45 A Filter of Crows
12:42 Filter stability off"

Boomstar Talker


video upload by Studio Electronics

"Instagram AKA: 'From Berlin With Love' by James High (of Modal Electronics)

That 8106 Boomstar Life is spiced up with near excessive variety; at 2:59 where the formant (preferred resonanting frequencies of the vocal tract) sermon is preached, it’s hard not to listen up and get lost in the message.

The filter-drenching locked-to-clock LFO Lektor Party at 1:43, is a clear highlight as well. But it's greasy and 'releasy' throughout.

MSR"

Exploring the Make Noise Strega with Alessandro Cortini


video upload by Reverb



via this auction

Additional SYNTH CITY Listings

Access VIRUS Ti POLAR



via this auction

Waldorf Microwave XTk



via this auction

Custom Octave Plateau Cat Synthesizer w/ Chicken Knobs Minus Keys



via this auction

"This instrument began its life as an early model Octave Plateau Cat synth, model 1853. At some point it was heavily modified. The keyboard was removed. A “Gate Delay” circuit was added (it does not work at this time). A “Ring Modulator” was added — this seems to work with internal sound sources and has external connections as well. It actually sounds nice, IMO. Other connections were added to the rear panel, and existing connections were modified.

Does it work? It can usually make sounds and I have used it over the years, but it is quirky and in dire need of serious attention by a qualified tech. When it does work it has a great analog tone, and the Sub range on the oscillators adds some real depth. The filter has a nice tone to it. The slide switch that selects octaves needs to be replaced.

The original bottom panel is gone, replaced by pieces of Masonite held in place by gaffer’s tape. An LED has been added to the LFO (pretty helpful).

A unique and vintage instrument with an interesting history. Could be semi-restored or further customized."

Let me tell you a synth story (Arturia Cs-80 V4 - multi tracks demo)


video upload by Michael Geyre

"everything else has been played on Cs-80 V4 except drums part"

Klaus Schulze - Andromeda (Promo CD)


video upload by Richard W

"A promotion CD single for Alesis at the Frankfurt music fair, March 2003. Limited Edition of 300 copies. Most of them were given away for free to visitors of the Alesis booth at the fair, while KS was signing the CD."
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This one was spotted and sent in via Soviet Space Child.

Synth Cover of "Buka" (Hania Rani). Prophet REV2, Vermona Perfourmer, Synthstrom Deluge


video upload by Krzysztof Steplowski

"Synth interpretation of the piano piece 'Buka' by Hania Rani from the 'Home' album published by the Gondwana Records in 2020."

Endorphines Ground Control Sequencer Demo


video upload by mylarmelodies

"Being a demonstration of the Endorphines Ground Control Sequencer (and power source!), with some modular pals. Can it sequence a whole system? Let's try it out."

00:00 Intro Jam
00:54 What is it?
01:58 Sequence lengths
02:45 The keyboard, sequencing styles
03:47 Muting, Deeper controls
05:20 What's it good for?
06:27 Discussing the case
08:14 Changing lengths, Recording live
12:22 101 style recording
14:04 Editing sequences
16:00 Sequencing Drums
17:47 Octave Shifting, Direction Changes
18:36 Probability, Ratchets
19:42 Arpeggiator as 'roller'
21:51 Thoughts b4 the final jam
22:52 Let's Dance!

Bastl Instruments Introduces Pizza and Softpop SP2


video upload by Bastl Instruments

"In the beginning, there was... Pizza. Listen."



Pizza FM & Wave-shaping Oscillator

We are very excited to finally introduce our first dedicated eurorack oscillator module called Pizza!

Pizza is a compact 8HP digital oscillator with powerful wave shaping applied to FM synthesis. Pizza offers a ton of flavor in a compact form, and it grants superb access with the assignable CTRL knob and CV, while its 3 different outputs allow for high patch flexibility. The unique take on FM synthesis combined with waveshaping offers a vast sonic palette while staying intuitive. Pizza is perfect for hybrid synthesis! Waveshaping on MAIN output gives you the world of additive techniques, while the PULSE and OSC OUT speak the subtractive language where mixing the outputs into a filter will sound massive!

Because of its digital nature, Pizza does not have to be tuned, and its approach to tuning is different. You only go to the Tune mode when you actually need to. Otherwise, the PITCH knob serves as either octave transpose or detune. Bastl's own VCO was brainstormed ever since we started producing modules, but Pizza has been in active development for the past 3 and a half years. It was developed by a team centered around our junior developer Martin Klecl, coded by Florian Helling, and supervised by Václav Peloušek, with contributions from Lennart Schierling and the whole Bastl team.

The first batch of Pizza preorders (300 units) starts: Wednesday 11th May 2022 at 20:00 CET Shipping in early June 2022. Price is 297 EUR including tax and 245 EUR excluding tax.


Softpop SP2

At the beginning of 2022, we introduced the desktop modular synthesizer Softpop SP2 – a collaboration between Casper Electronics a.k.a. Peter Edwards and Václav Peloušek of Bastl Instruments. Softpop SP2 is a radical subtractive synth under the influence of unconventional digital control. It’s a rare beast that excels at both melody and noise in equal measure.

There is a free major update coming to all Softpop SP2 users! There is a digital VCO hiding inside the SP2: users can switch a jumper inside the unit and update firmware via an audio file to access it! The digital oscillator has several new waveforms (generated on the original analog Triangle output) and gains the tuning precision and stability of a digital VCO! The firmware update will be available as a free download when the second batch, which is currently produced, will be available in the summer of 2022.

Sequential & Oberheim Will be At Booths 0300 & 0301 at SUPERBOOTH22



via @SequentialLLC

"Superbooth 22 this week! Visit Sequential & Oberheim at booths 0300 & 0301 #Sequential #Oberheim #Superbooth22 superbooth.com/en"

A chance to check out the new synths, including the OB-X8, if you are there.

7 Minutes Growling with the Oberheim OB-X Synthesizer (no OB-X8)


video upload by RetroSound

"(c)2007-22 by RetroSound
supported by UVI: http://bit.ly/retrosound-uvi

❤️ Support #RetroSound​ channel: retrosound.creator-spring.com

7 minutes growling with the big and old Oberheim OB-X Analog Synthesizer from the year 1979

No FX! No EQ! No Comp! The pure OB-X sound in HQ audio.

Here can you fínd the full OB-X playlist:"

Buchla Easel Command Modular Synthesizer | Multi-tracked Demo and Walkthrough


video upload by Sweetwater

Interesting seeing the Buchla used in this context. Be sure to check with dealers on the right for availability as well.

"In this video, Sweetwater‘s Jake Jenkins runs the Buchla Easel Command through its paces, which takes the 208c module and places it into an updated desktop synth featuring full MIDI/DAW compatibility. As a result, it mixes the exploratory ethos of Buchla design with the streamlined form factor of a desktop synth that doesn‘t depend on the complexities and space of a whole modular system. The Easel Command allows for tonal operation well beyond the limitations of 12-tone equal temperament, with a near-unlimited number of possibilities through control voltage regulation of nearly all parameters. This analog, mono synth uses a simple pair of oscillators, additive FM signals, and wave shaping to construct its base sounds, molded and manipulated into an infinite pantheon of sonic possibility."

Dawless Hardware Jam #11 with Novation Circuit Tracks Groovebox & Roland SH-32 Desktop Synthesizer.


video upload by Ascetic Wires

"Dawless hardware jam #11 with Novation Circuit Tracks Digital Groovebox & Roland SH-32 Desktop Synthesizer (sequenced by Circuit Tracks).

Recorded on a Q2n Zoom Handy Video Recorder (Video + Audio) with some software compression."

New SoundForce SFC-8 Jupiter Controller, S-LD LinnDrum, & uDCO Eurorack Modules



The SFC-8 is a hardware controller for Jupiter-8 based software synthesizers like Arturia’s Jup-8 V and TAL-J-8. It sports USB-MIDI and 5-pin MIDI In and Out for integration with other hardware.

The S-LD is a 6-channel drum module based on the LinnDrum with Kick, Snare, HiHat, HTOM/CABA, MTOM/TAMB, LTOM/COWB samples.

The uDCO is based on the Roland Juno-60/106 oscillator.

The Octopus Sequencer by VIRAM


video upload by VIRAM

The Octopus Sequencer by VIRAM: In 5 Minutes

video upload by VIRAM



"Introducing The Octopus Sequencer ...

Many well known and famous rhythms can be related to Euclidean Patterns: Geometric patterns which are generated by a specific algorithm. They offer great opportunities to generate a broad spectrum of new and interesting rhythms and allow you to easily create fresh rhythms and grooves for your next music productions. Within just a few steps, complex and inspiring patterns can be created. Go for a dive with The Octopus Sequencer and experience the creative world of Euclidean patterns …

Assume a full bar is split into a certain amount of beats, for example four beats. Next define the amount of active beats, let’s say two. Finally the algorithm decides which two of the total amount of four beats should be active. Just by playing with these two parameters you can already create a huge amount of inspiring rhythms. But The Octopus Sequencers offers more …

Euclidean_Pattern_Concept
By choosing odd-numbered or differing beats for each of the eight modules, rotating the patterns, changing playback speeds (x2, x4, …) for individual modules or by customizing and randomizing velocities / timings as well as using more variations, complex and interesting rhythms can be easily created which will lead to surprising new inspirations.

Beyond rhythms and grooves: Create melodic progressions by triggering chord notes! Different modes allow you to add variations, to manipulate melodies and to interact with The Octopus Sequencer in real time. Ideal for live performances!

In Split Mode, all modules can play simultaneously or sequentially arranged in groups or even one after each other. This leads to more and longer melodic variations. Pitch all modules on the fly or trigger them using your external MIDI keyboard / DAW in Floating Pitch Mode.

Finally manage and backup your presets using the internal SD card. You can store up to 160 presets grouped in 10 banks, each with 16 slots."

https://www.viram.info

Roland MC-202 w/ OLED Display at Tubbutec SUPERBOOTH22 Booth

New Joranalogue Eurorack Modules for SUPERBOOTH22



via Joranalogue Audio Design

Springtime has arrived, and that can only mean one thing: SUPERBOOTH is upon us!

We've been hard at work in the lab, developing, testing, soldering and listening... Now, it's finally time to present our latest additions to the Eurorack series.

Read on below, and if you're in Berlin, come and meet the new modules in our cosy tent at booth Z430!

Delay 1

Delay 1 is a fully analogue BBD-based delay module with a multitude of features geared towards modern musical use. An integrated temperature-compensated, high-frequency voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) provides the ‘clock’ signal necessary to drive the delay line within 1 to 50 ms.

By increasing the drive frequency to over 20 kHz, the classic ‘BBD clock whine’ problem is solved, while still providing a wide range in delay time. Classic chorus, flanger and echo effects are easily achieved using the dry/wet blend, feedback and damping parameters.

Delay 1 also allows you to experiment with Karplus-Strong synthesis, an exciting technique to create string and percussion type sounds. This is made easy by an integrated noise transient generator, driven by the ‘pluck’ input, and by the clock VCO’s 1 volt per octave response.


PVT2

While the patch programmability of a modular system is its greatest strength, it can also be a weakness: quick experimentation is often hampered by the need to repatch the synthesiser to change the signal flow.

Pivot 2 offers a unique solution: a compact, fully voltage controlled variable signal router. At the turn of a single knob, any signal can be routed through two external modules in series, parallel or reverse series, as well as any combination in between.

Experiment with patching wavefolders before, after or alongside filters, shuffle multiple delay lines, precisely dial in two-stage audio compression or easily control intricate feedback patches.

Looking beyond the basic signal routing application, Pivot 2 will also function as a complementary pair of counter-acting linear voltage controlled amplifiers (VCAs), a voltage controlled crossfader or a voltage controlled panner.


Step 8

What about Step 8? Our sequential tracking/sampling register received a lot of attention at last year's SUPERBOOTH. However, it quickly became clear that the design needed a bit more development time. We've since added some exciting improvements and are planning to commence production soon.

Step 8 represents a new type of modular building block: a sequential tracking/sampling register, which can be configured to provide a variety of functions. These include sequencers, sequential switches, counters, analogue shift registers...

At its heart lies an analogue 1-to-8 signal switch feeding an octet of high-stability track/sample-and-hold stages. Each of these has its own analogue output with an attenuation slider, in addition to a gate output. LEDs visualise the status of each stage in real time. The switch can be controlled sequentially using the built-in 8-step counter, or addressed directly by an analogue control voltage (CV).

For those who are feeling adventurous, there are always more applications to try: configurable voltage mapper, hocketing controller, clock divider, graphic waveshaper, multi-output analogue downsampler...

Lunabell Meets Modular Synth (steel tongue drum + Eurorack)


video upload by Poorness Studios

"Just for the heck of it, I decided to plug my Idiopan Lunabell into my Eurorack modular synthesizer. This patch not only processes the drum's audio but also uses it to control other parameters of the sound. The synth 'responds' to the mallet strikes making this a duet of sorts. There is a patch breakdown at the end of the video if you're curious.

If you would like to purchase an Idiopan of your own visit this link: https://idiopan.com/?rfsn=6514306.5c67cd"

Roland A-01 in Original Box



via this auction

"The flagship of Roland's popular Boutique range is this distinctive 8-bit synth and controller for MIDI and CV/Gate gear.

This compact sound module is loaded with features and can bridge between a variety of inputs.

It's rare to find a BRAND NEW and UNOPENED model and this item has the original batteries, as well as the manual and documentation.

The sound is distinctive with a crisp tone that stands strong in the mix.

I think Florian Pilz is correct when he suggests this synth might be the new 303 [3rd Bad Gear video here], but that probably depends on your appreciation for that famous mono-synth.

The A-01 has a lot of variety, from softer organ-like tones through to crucnhy percussive and bit-crushed basses.

Roland's website provides the following details:

Ultra-compact controller and sound generator

Highly portable for mobile music making
High-quality construction with metal front panel

Dual assignable ribbon controls for pitch bend, modulation, sound preview, CC, and more

MIDI over Bluetooth®

CV/GATE outputs for legacy analog/modular synthesizers

Battery-operated (4 x AA) or USB bus-powered

192x40 graphic LCD screen

Built-in 0.5 W mini-speaker for real-time sounds"

Tom Oberheim SEM Pro SN 0765



via this auction

"The SEM reissue by Tom Oberheim. This version comes with midi and cv patchpoints.

Minor scratches on the rear (see photo) but otherwise in an excellent condition."

Novation Nova Desktop Synth w/ Wood Side Panels



via this auction

Sonic Potions LXR Digital Drum Synth



via this auction

The most awaited video for the Pulsar 23!!! Normal Drum Sounds With IOLabs Flux!!!


video upload by Friendly Noise

"The second collaboration between IOLabs Flux, the best trigger sequencer, and the Soma Pulsar 23 , arguably the most amazing if not the best drum machine ever made. The combination of sound quality, easy of use, open design, interconnectivity and interactivity makes the Soma a fantastic piece of musical gear, and which is more important, a real instrument to play with. The amount of control and flexibility that Flux puts in your hands can lead you to totally unexpected sonic landscapes, like you can see and heat in that video.
Barry at IOLabs and Vlad at Soma Instruments are real geniuses of our time.

Video sections:
00:06 Pattern 01
01:39 Pattern 02
05:29 Pattern 03
11:12 Pattern 04"

SONICWARE Liven Bass&Beats Tutorial Part 2: Bass Programming, Patch Creation, Wavetable Import


video upload by ChrisLody

Part 1 here.

00:00 Intro

00:33 Loading and Tweaking Bass Sounds
Selecting bass track
Playing with keys and octave buttons
Loading sounds with memory and bank knob
Assign 1 & 2
Dimension
Legato and mono, glide settings
Velocity
Pitch LFO, release & gate, machine gun
Sweep up & down, sweep speed and range

6:33 Sequencing Bass Sounds
Note ties
Entering long notes
Pasting notes into steps
Clearing steps
Real-time recording
Non real-time record, autostep
Pattern setting, length, note value, transpose, swing
Dice setting

10:35 Automation using parameter locking
Entering automation per step
Clearing parameters lock
Real-time recording automation
Sound locking

12:30 Ducking & effects
Ducking for bass and line in
Ghost sidechain
Turning on FX
Selecting FX type
FX send level for bass & line in
FX amount knob (FX parameter)

15:01 Bass Memory Editing
Entering memory edit
Preview and chose a patch to edit
Overview of memory edit
Function, Page 1 & 2, Octave down & up
ADSR amp envelope
Wavetable oscilators, wave knob, position
Turning modules on & off
Sub oscillator, type knob
Noise
LFO 1 & 2
Modulation envelope 1 & 2
Per module settings
Oscillator pitch, phase, position, level, output routing, shaper type, adjust, unison voice, detune and blend
Sub pitch, phase, level and output routing
Noise level & type
Filter type, cutoff frequency, resonance, distortion
LFO shape, rate, dpeth, delay, sync, phase
Envelope attack, decay, sustain, release, depth, delay, up curve, down curve
Voice mode
Cancelling edits or initializing

Routing modules to parameters
Envelope to wavetable position
LFO to wavetable position
Assign 1 & 2, routing to multiple destinations, positive or negative depths
Velocity to cutoff

Data menu, copy, patch export, wavetable import, wavetable export
Saving a patch, naming a patch

32:30 Uploading custom wavetables
Access the conversion software and guide for windows and mac: https://sonicware.jp/pages/download
The free wavetables I used in the example (Antidote Audio - Advent 2018 Mega Pack\Antidote Advent Serum - Wavetables): https://www.antidoteaudio.com/adventc...
My video on using Midi-Ox with Livens: https://youtu.be/bHxyV0qwFns

Further Explorations with the Buchla Music Easel // Part Six


video upload by Genshi Media Group"

"::| TO HEAR THE FULL RANGE OF FREQUENCIES AND STEREO EFFECTS, A GOOD PAIR OF HEADPHONES IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED |::

Part Six of a series of short, exploratory videos to get reacquainted with my Buchla Music Easel which I’ve neglected these past couple of years. This is a simple straight-ahead tune that could be expanded into a song with beats and other instruments. I may do that at some point... Effects from the Empress Effects EchoSystem."

All parts here

Grenoble 2049 (Arturia Cs-80 V4 - multi tracks demo)


video upload by Michael Geyre

"Demo made using ONLY new Arturia Cs-80 V4"

Befaco & Rebel Technology Introduce the AC/DC Open Source Audio Interface Eurorack Module



via Befaco

"AC/DC is an open source (and DIY friendly!) DC coupled 4x4 channels audio interface. The module is based in the new Rebel tech hardware platform (codename Xibeca) that provides 4 channels in and out at 16 bit 48Khz. USB audio interface.

This beauty is packed in 6 HPs and has only 40 mm depth, so its just PERFECT for performance and travel rigs.

Of course, it also provides compatibility with the OWL platform to expand the module functionalities if the user wants to nerd out (like in our previous collab Lich)!

This module is in production and will be released the 3rd of June. So you can place your orders from now!! (or during superbooth after testing it)

AC/DC will sell at 300€+TAX (~360€) for the assembled module and 170€+TAX (~210€) for the Kit."

See the dealers on the right for availability.
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