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Friday, December 01, 2023

Exploring the Synamodec - Levitate Expansion

video upload by NOISEBUG

"The Synamodec Levitate Expansion will take your noisy distorted synth drones to new heights. Equipped with a bunch of droning oscillators, filters, delay, echo, phaser, distortion, fuzz VCA + LFO and a nice set of ins/outs, this bad boy is ready to get nasty. As a standalone machine The #LevitateExpansion is fully capable of creating novel landscapes of noise and wobbly Karplus-Strong effects. However, as an effects processor for external drum machines/audio sources; the expansion really comes to life. Push the internal oscillators mixed with external sources to the point of saturation and beyond. Feedback is also a main factor here. Thanks to the semi-modular features, you can reroute the signal paths to your hearts content."

Saturday, November 25, 2023

Hard Mod - Duo_ Portable Modular Synthesizer

video upload by NOISEBUG

Saturday, November 18, 2023

Elby Designs - EuroSerge System

via this auction

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"This Elby Designs EuroSerge System is a small, compact Serge system in the eurorack format, but uses 4mm banana plugs! Based on the old paperface circuits, this modern take on the era keeps the sound quality in a much friendlier format."

You can find demos of the system in previous posts here.

Thursday, November 16, 2023

TiNRS - NextTuesday

video upload by NOISEBUG

"TiNRS - NextTuesday Procedural Sequencer"

Wednesday, November 15, 2023

Moog Grandmother

via this auction

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Thursday, November 02, 2023

Mehr Music Machines - Oneshot

video upload by NOISEBUG

"The Mehr Music Machine - Oneshot is a hybrid modulation device. A modulation event generator, existing somewhere between an envelope generator and LFO. A single trigger can set off an event with up to 36 repeats that naturally decay over time, eight different waveforms, a variable delay between repeats and a wave cycle rate range of 50ms out 2.6 seconds.

There are only a few of these in existence, so act fast. Visit noisebug for more info."

"Mehr Music Machines - Oneshot is a versatile Eurorack module designed around innovative modulation concepts, functioning as a One-Shot modulation event Generator. This module offers a unique approach to modulation, residing in the realm between an envelope generator and an LFO.

Key Features:

1. Event Generation: The module generates captivating modulation waveforms from a single "ping". This ping's shape and speed are adjustable, allowing for a broad spectrum of effects.

2. Echoes: Users can add decaying echoes to the ping, enhancing the complexity of the sound. The Delay and Repeats controls offer fine-tuning, providing the ability to create effects like bouncing balls, echoing hits, percussive decays or complex moving sounds.

3. Waveform Variety: The module produces eight distinct ping waveforms, each with a unique character at different speeds. This variety results in a wide array of sound possibilities.

4. Versatility in Triggering: The ONESHOT module supports simple triggering through a manual SPST button or input pulses of various levels, providing flexibility in usage.

5. Adjustable Parameters: Parameters such as ping rate (ranging from 2.5 seconds to 50 milliseconds), echo delay time (up to 2.2 seconds), and the number of repeats (1 to 36) are adjustable, allowing for intricate sound sculpting.

6. User-Friendly Design: The module features a straightforward layout and application, encouraging a hands-on performative experience.

The Mehr Music Machine - Oneshot offers a creative playground for modular synth enthusiasts. With its ability to produce an array of unique and variable modulation waveforms, it adds an exciting and inspiring dimension to sound design. Its versatility, ranging from simple triggered decay to intricate modulation patterns, makes it a valuable addition to any modular setup, opening the door to experimental and innovative soundscapes."

Wednesday, November 01, 2023

Mehr Music Machines - Poodleface

video upload by NOISEBUG

"The Poodleface is an awesome gritty analog 3-in-one filter, distortion, sample and hold module from Mehr Music machines.

The overdrive is a fully analog discrete system Berdo’s circuit that can print interesting results on even the softest of signals. Alternatively this 2-in/2-out section can be used as a dirty feedback tool resulting in chaotic sub octaves, a 2-ch mixer; or send DC into one of the inputs for biasing, resulting in VCA-like functionality.

The filter is a classic OTA style resonant VCF with a hi-pass and low-pass toggle. With very little resonance this filter will sing on its own. With full resonance and no signal patched in, the self oscillating filter is capable of clocking the neighboring sample and hold section for expanded range of audio rate triggering.

The sample and hold section is straight forward. Designed to add motion to the filter section or used individually as a sample rate reduction effect.

There are many great features here, self-patching encouraged. Definitely recommend for those looking to add a bit of non-linear sonic excitement to their patching."

Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Landscape - Noon (Passive Analog Drum Machine)

video upload by NOISEBUG

"8 channel powerless instrument which is activated and modulated using voltage from external sequencers"

Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Moog - Voyager OS (Old School) New/Old stock

video upload by NOISEBUG

"utilizing the external input of the Moog Voyager OS"


EOwave - Metallik Resonator

video upload by NOISEBUG

"a few minutes of sounds played through the Metallik Resonator from EOwave. This great sounding device can be used as an amp/speaker for you synths, or used as an effect send from your mixer or interface. Using the Therevox ET-5. Audio is captured from an iPhone"

Wednesday, October 18, 2023

Pin Electronics - Portabella mkIII

video upload by NOISEBUG

"Pin Electronics Portabell mkiii DEMO @ Noisebug.

Currently available to rent in the Noisebug Magic Theatre Synth Studio.

Also available for sale at and on Reverb."

Mutable Instruments - Ambika

via this auction

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Tuesday, October 17, 2023


FKMG - Klima (Environmentally Aware Logic/Rhythm Generator) for Eurorack
video upload by NOISEBUG


"KLIMA is the first of many upcoming experiments that welcomes in the surrounding atmosphere as a fundamental building block for your modular patches. Inspired by traditional logic modules and built around an atmospheric sensor, Klima is a 4HP module that derives random gates by comparing your analog signals to the ambient temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure and relative altitude.

How it works: the module takes an incoming signal up to ±5V and passes it through a comparator whose threshold is set by the density potentiometer. This parameter sets the probability that you’ll get a logic high (+5V) at the first output . In addition to giving a relatively predictable output related to the original input, the comparator signal is then compared to four independent binary signals to produce corresponding gates when a logic-AND occurs – that is, when both signals are high at the same time. The frequencies of these signals are determined by the atmospheric values from the sensor and are reset when a high gate is detected at the reset input, giving you a bit more control over the random gates that Kilma produces.

What all this ultimately means, is that as the surrounding environmental conditions change, so does the frequency of each of these binary signals and, therefore, the probability of a high gate output. In other words, the same patch will take on different characteristics depending on where you find yourself.

Klima is great for producing organically flavored randomness and is especially fruitful when it comes to producing polyrhythms and textures. In addition to offering a useful function standard to modular systems, Klima encourages you to pack up a travel rig and hit the road."


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"Following in the same spirit as its predecessor Klima, IDEIN invites yet another aspect of the environment into your patching process. It’s bulging eye not only looks back at you but behind you and around you, surveying you and the space you’re in. It knows if you’re patching in the light of day or in the dark of night, how and where your shadows fall and what’s radiating out from your many screens. The eye of IDEIN is sensitive to colors, those you can see and those you cannot. However, IDEIN is not a passive observer. It lets you know what it sees by spitting out gates and triggers that correspond to all the visual information it takes in.

How it works:

IDEIN is an entirely autonomous module that requires no user-input aside from light. With an All-Light Sensor monitoring levels of the RGB and IR spectrums, IDEIN detects changes in light-color and compares this information to the threshold set by the light sensitivity knobs. When a threshold is passed, a gate is opened, and a corresponding trigger is sent. Simply put, IDEIN is a series of comparators that produce quasi-random gates and triggers based on the color light spectrum of the surrounding environment. The big eye translates light to sonic form. Let your movement, the fluctuations in the color spectrum and the presence of infrared light dictate where you go next. Use it to trigger events based on visual information (e.g., video art projected behind you), dance in front of the eye and see how it responds, or simply let the hitherto unthought and seemingly passive movements of your patching become another active trigger source for musical (and not so musical) events.

Like its sibling Kilma, the atmospheric logic module that precedes it, the idea behind IDEIN is to chip away at the boundary between environment and music-making, as well as to lean into what makes modular synthesis so exciting: randomness, spontaneity and (often) the impossibility of reproducibility. The visual and atmospheric information in which IDEIN and Klima are rooted bring the abstractions of thought back down to earth. It senses where you are and reminds you of that location."

Soma Labs - Cosmos (or how I learned to stop worrying and trust the loop)

video upload by NOISEBUG

"Looping, delaying, graining and more looping with the Soma Labs - cosmos

#synth #modularsynth #looperpedal #somalabs #somalabscosmos"

Saturday, October 14, 2023

EOwave - Tempete Magnetique is Acid Plucking Madness!

video upload by NOISEBUG

"First jam with the EOwave - Tempete Magnetique

Lots of functionality here, with quad vcf’s, synchronized filter cutoffs, pinging input, envelope follower and cross modulation. There’s plenty to choose from, and a great array of sound shaping options.

#synth #modularsynth #synthesizer #eurorack #eowave #tempetemagnetique"

Tuesday, October 10, 2023

Magnetic Freak Gaussian Eurorack Module

"First patches with the Magnetic Freak Gaussian for Eurorack. Lots of fun polyrhythmic goodness coming out of this thing. #eurorack #modularsynth #magneticfreak"

via Noisebug

"the GAUSSIAN generator.

This device is a fully controllable random signal generator and a powerful CV processor.

The development has started three years ago, when working on the simulation of CERN particles beam using gaussian distributions. The natural shape of this distribution and the random sampling process associated with it, make it a unique tool. Providing your modular synth wilder paths to explore."

Friday, October 06, 2023

1970s ARP Odyssey MKII 2813 (4075 Filter) Serviced SN 28132068

via this auction

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"Super clean ARP Odyssey MKII 2813 w/ the 4075 filter. One of the nicest examples we've seen come through our doors. This particular unit has the pressure sensitive pitch pad (opposed to the pitch wheel).

Serial number: 2068

Service notes:

-Replaced filter caps and refurbished power supply.
-Replaced all tantalum caps with modern electrolytic type.
-Removed, disassembled and cleaned/lubricated all faders
-Cleaned all switches
-Cleaned all pin headers, molex connectors
-Cleaned and resoldered connectors on buss PCB
-Removed key bed buss bar and cleaned bar and all key contacts (j-wires)
-Cleaned all calibration trim pots
-Calibrated entire synthesizer.
-Burned in and then check/recalibrated as necessary"

Moon Modular 568 w/ Powered Boat

via this auction

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Vermona - DRM1 mkIV

via this auction

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