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Sunday, December 03, 2023

Modular Synth Test - 12/01/2023

video upload by John L Rice

"Same as last time: modules featured are from Martin Jan Koehler, Synthetic Sound Labs, Noise Engineering, Free State FX, Moon Modular, Happy Nerding, Grove Audio, cases from, and Tendrils Cables. #modularsynth #electronicmusic #5UModular"

Friday, December 01, 2023

Folding 5U Modular Synth Is Fully Powered Again!

video upload by John L Rice

"Modules featured are from Synthetic Sound Labs, Martin Jan Koehler, Noise Engineering, Free State FX, Moon Modular, Happy Nerding, Grove Audio, cases from, and Tendrils Cables. #modularsynth #electronicmusic #5UModular"

Thursday, November 30, 2023

New Features Come to Noise Engineering's Xer Mixa

via Noise Engineering

We're excited to announce a new beta firmware for the Xer Mixa. Most of these features came from user suggestions, so we’re thankful to a fantastic user base who has some great ideas! These features (and the accompanying updated manual) will be available starting Thursday, November 30.

To install the update onto your Xer Mixa from the Customer Portal. The installation process only takes a few minutes and can be completed with the Firmware Wizard at the top left.

This beta update adds a number of new features, detailed in the updated user manual here (the relevant new features are labeled as "BETA").

Noteworthy changes:

This firmware version adds

- Quadrophonic and hexaphonic output/panning modes

- MIDI clock-quantized muting with selectable clock division period (one measure to 1/4 note)

- Analog clock-quantized muting via Expando Expandi

- New screensaver options

- Ability to edit multiple channel configurations at once
In addition to minor improvements to CV response latency and minor bug fixes. This is a public beta, and we're actively seeking feedback from customers through our feedback form at

Sunday, November 26, 2023

SSL/YuSynth Clock Divider Module Works Better With Improved Power Supply

video upload by John L Rice

"I recently finished installing an internal PowerOne PSU to replace the two small external ones I had been using in this system and replaced the DotCom style power harness with an Analog Craftsman acBus distribution board. I had previously moved out the Synthetic Sound Labs / YuSynth clock divider because the The Matrix sequencer from SSL didn’t seem to work with it so I put the SSL V-Gates module in its place, but I missed the playability of the rotary selector switches so I tried it again and now it works! 🥳 Apparently the small MeanWell power bricks could supply enough current or high enough voltage for it to work? 🤷‍♂️

This was just a quick test to make sure it was working well. Besides the SSL divider and sequencer the other modules used are a Martin Jan Koehler Tidal Modulator (a 5U port of Mutable Instruments Tides), a Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Magnus VCO, and a Digital Utilities module from Free State FX (a 5U port of Ornament and Crime module). Also the case is a modified Box11 and the right angle patch cables are from Tendrils Cables. (thanks Dan! 😎🥰)

#modularsynth #sequencer #electronicmusic"

Friday, November 24, 2023

Bad Gear - Not Again!!!

video upload by AudioPilz

"Welcome to Bad Gear, the show about the world's most hated audio tools. Today we are going to talk about the Korg MS-20 Mini analog synthesizer. Is this official clone of the legendary Korg MS-20 mono synth worthy of its legacy in spite of the reduced size, atrocious build quality and questionable circuit design? Should I get the Korg MS-20 FS??? Is it yet another excuse to get great-sounding instruments into this meme video? AudioPilz!!! Not Again!!!"

00:00 Intro tune
00:56 Overview Korg MS-20 Mini
01:53 Oscillators
02:16 Filters
02:36 Filter Type used (Korg35 Filter vs. later Models)
02:58 High Pass/Low Pass Architecture
03:14 Envelopes, LFO, Differences to the Original
03:45 Patches
04:02 Patch Panel, Additional Features
04:25 External Processing, Guitar Synth
04:36 Hz/V vs. V/Oct, S-Trig vs. V-Trig
04:52 Rear Panel, Midi, USB
05:01 Limitations, Noise Issue, Build Quality
05:30 Pricing, Thanks!!!
05:35 Hate
05:59 Jam 1 (Techno)
06:51 Jam 2 (Synth Rock)
07:39 Finale (Wub House)
08:09 Verdict
09:12 Teenage Engineering Choir Shoutout for Patreon

Mutable Peaks & Pico Drums & Basimilus Iteritas Alter【BPM145 BEATS】 #eurorack #modularsynth

video upload by MY FIRST SYNTH TOKYO

・Erica Synths Black Sequencer

LFO & Gate
・ALM Busy Pamela's New Workout

・Mutable Instruments Peaks
・Erica Synths Pico Drums
・Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Alter
・Michigan Synth Works Beehive(Plaits)

Envelope & Attenuverter
・Make Noise MATHS

・Intellijel μVCA

Delay & Reverb
・ Ghost
・Mutable Instruments Beads"

Tuesday, November 21, 2023

Versio, Legio and/or Alia? - All Of Them 2023

video upload by Cinematic Laboratory

"This is a bit of a tribute to Noise Engineering, the discontinued Iteritas family, the birth of the Alia platform and a trip down memory lane. This video features most of the Versio firmwares, the alternative Multiversio firmware, Cursus Iteritas, Manis Iteritas, Basimilus, Debel Alia and the Loquelic as well as the Mimetic Digitalis sequencer. The Rabbit Hole is not a fairy tale and sometimes I feel I went way to deep for the sake of this channel. This video is not sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with Noise Engineering in any way. It's more like an independent fan film. Expressions used in this video are my own. As always, what works for me, may not work for you so always think twice before you buy, and then think again. I want to inspire, which is hopefully a positive way of 'influencing'. I hate that word.

There's a bit of a dark undertone in this video, maybe you don't even notice it. But it hurts when a whole line of gear gets discontinued for whatever reason. It feels like I made a bad decision on those modules even though this is bullshit. Suddenly, they feel old, especially when they're ported to something way more clever like the new Alia platform. I also had this feeling when I started with a discontinued old Shared System in 2018. It's now one of my most cherished gear. I had the same feeling when Mutable Instruments retired. I now have that same feeling when MakeNoise announced the last run of the Black & Gold, and maybe the concept of 'systems' all together. It feels a bit like all your favorite bands are breaking up. Whatever. It will pass. Regardless, there's some great music coming from these modules and I had a wonderful time with the Iteritas and Versio line. This turned out to be a true dream machine and everything I patch just works (for me).

I've finished my Noise Engineering case after four years and I may be drawing the line here because there's no more room for new modules. 'All of Them' refers to a video I made in 2020, featuring a compare of the Iteritas family (CIP excluded). And suddenly, they're all history except the LI, CIP and my personal favorite LIP which is - imho - still at the top of the food chain. I'll focus on new firmwares for Alia, Legio and Versio, and probably make a few videos about small NE setups with the stuff I have. Today, 2023, it's both cool and shocking to see how the landscape has changed. Now let's hope the Daisy chip will stay around for a long time."

Sunday, November 19, 2023

"Latency To Cool Should Be Zero" Meet The Makers | Noise Engineering's Kris Kaiser & Stephen McCaul

video upload by Bilijie

"Noise Engineering’s Kris Kaiser and Stephen McCaul on building their eurorack modular synth company after leaving jobs in sound engineering and biology academia. What makes this process unique? How do they manage a squad of dedicated people? What is the best thing about being your own boss?

This video is NOT sponsored by Noise Engineering or anyone else

00:00 - Intro
00:39 - Why modular synthesizers?
02:43 - How is a modular synthesizer different from a more traditional synth?
04:18 - What does your job look like in 5 years?
05:51 - Does that uncertainty create a lot of stress? How do you deal with it?
07:13 - How did you decide to change careers to start Noise Engineering? What factors went into that?
09:08 - How did you know it was time to grow your company? What were you looking for?
11:00 - What are the pros and cons, in your opinion, for starting your own business?
12:46 - What are some major hurdles you and other eurorack companies are dealing with right now?
14:51 - How have these factors affected pricing? What goes into pricing your modules?
16:28 - What are some of your most important lessons from being in business all these years?
17:23 - What's one thing you did, or decision you made, that greatly helped you, your company, or your career?
18:25 - In your opinion, what are the keys to building and maintaining great relationships?
19:20 - When you have disagreements, or when things go wrong, how do you deal with that?
24:29 - What are your core values that you don't want to compromise?
27:52 - Walk us through your process from Idea to Creation?
33:41 - What's it like to finally release something (Xer Mixa) that you've been working on for years?
35:23 - So what happened to the Iteritas line (BIA etc) Why did it retire?
40:20 - Is the Versio line now the most popular product?
41:42 - What can be done about the lack of diversity in the Eurorack and modular synth community?
43:45 - What advice would you give a young person or someone seriously considering starting their own creative business?

Meet The Makers is a series of interviews and discussions about the creative forces behind small maker industries. These questions were created to help young artists and people new to the modular synth community discover more about the people who make the tools, their challenges, successes and lessons. Coming up 12/2/2023 we'll be live streaming a discussion with Steady State Fate founder Andrew Morelli.

Thanks Kris and Stephen for generously giving time to this project. And to Patrick O'Brien for providing amazing samples of Noise Engineering modules in action."

Thursday, November 16, 2023

Noise Engineering Introduces Nive Grad Level Shifter Eurorack Module

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Nive Grad is available now on our website or at your favorite retailer:

0:00 Overview
0:43 Panel review
1:37 Synthesizer to Eurorack
2:00 Euorack to pedal, back to Eurorack

Nive Grad is a high input impedance stereo or dual-mono level shifter in 4 HP. With a simple-to-patch interface and a compact size, Nive Grad is an easy and straightforward way to integrate Eurorack with the rest of your gear!

When we released our Xer Mixa in August, we got questions about using line-level instruments with it. We decided to make that easy with Nive Grad. Bring guitars, external effects, or line-level synths up to Eurorack levels, then bring the Eurorack signals back down to line and pedal levels. In just 4HP, it gets you two channels of step up and step down by 12 and 24 dB.

More on the Xer Mixa:"

Press release follows:

Noise Engineering debuts Nive Grad, making it easier than ever to integrate a Eurorack system with the rest of your studio.

It’s easier than ever to integrate your Eurorack system with the rest of your gear.

Los Angeles, CA — Noise Engineering, known for their hybrid approach to modular synthesizer design, has announced Nive Grad, a compact and inexpensive level-shifting utility designed to integrate Eurorack systems with other gear.

Designed for simplicity and straightforward patching, Nive Grad has two sections, each with two channels, for stereo or dual-mono use. The top section is designed for amplification, adding +12dB or +24dB to a signal—values designed to take line-level or guitar-level signals up to Eurorack levels respectively. The input is high impedance, making it suitable for use with passive guitars. The bottom section attenuates signals by -12dB or -24dB to connect Eurorack sources to pedals, recorders, or line-level effects. According to Noise Engineering, these fixed gain adjustments work well for most external gear, which allowed them to keep the design simple—it’s just 4HP—and, in turn, the cost low.

The team says the inspiration for the module came from users, including themselves. Earlier this year, Noise Engineering released Xer Mixa, their take on a comprehensive system mixer. Nive Grad was designed to be the simple piece that would allow users to mix external synths and drum machines into Xer Mixa, as well as to integrate pedals into an FX send. Although designed with Xer Mixa in mind, Noise Engineering is quick to point out that it can be used with any Eurorack setup.

Nive Grad is available now at and at retailers globally.

Availability and pricing:
Nive Grad: In stock in black and silver. Shipping from Noise Engineering and retailers starting November 16th, 2023; MSRP US$160

Nive Grad:

Saturday, November 11, 2023

5 Jams with Yester Versio stereo three-tap delay from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Check out these 5 Jams using the Yester Versio stereo three-tap delay on the Versio platform from Noise Engineering.

0:05 Jam 1
0:43 Jam 2
1:14 Jam 3
2:04 Jam 4
3:04 Jam 5

If you already own any of our Versio modules, you can swap to this firmware for free through the Customer Portal:

More info on Yester Versio and the Versio platform:
Watch the full Yester Versio demo video:

Jam 1: In this patch, you're hearing synced delays with the Dotted switch dividing the delay times. We're also changing the pitches of the echoes and creating clean harmonies with the Chorus knob.

Jam 2: Yester is three-tap delaying the Manis Iteritas Alia, with its Chorus knob being CV controlled by the Mimetic Digitalis sequencer. Adjusting the MIA's Envelope knob creates long breaths of Manis or tight stabs, which really bring out the Yester's delays.

Jam 3: It's true that the new Yester Versio module is a simple delay, but it can also make some complex patterns, too. Here we're taking out the original signal entirely, adding CV to vary the timing of the delays, switching to Octave mode for some octave harmonies, then adding in that DJ-style filter and applying some wavefolding.

Jam 4: This is the jam from the demo video here:
Manis is running through Yester's delays with Virt Iter Legio with the high and slow melodic drone. We turn fire up the Chorus knob for some great effects when turning all the way left or all the way right. Then we end it with some DOOOOOOMMMMM by turning the Fold knob all the way up.

Jam 5: All you're hearing in this patch is the BIA into the new Yester Versio three-tap delay. Blend, Chorus, Tone, and Regen are all getting CV envelopes, and turning the Fold knob gives some extra wavefolding at the end. Viol Ruina gives that resonant filtering in the melody."

Sunday, November 05, 2023

'Dark Energy' Mini Synth, AJH Chance Delay, Penrose, Vox Digitalis, Radio Music sample/wav player

video upload by DreamsOfWires

"Melodic Eurorack performance with Doepfer A111-5 Mini Synthesizer Voice, the new AJH Synth Chance Delay probability/gate delay, Sonic Potions Penrose quantizer, Music Thing Modular Radio Music wav/sample player, Doepfer A118-2 Noise Random S&H, Noise Engineering Vox Digitalis sequencer, Happy Nerding FX Aid XL, Cosmotronic Cosmix, Expert Sleepers Disting Mk4 as wav/audio recorder, Happy Nerding Isolator headphone/audio output.

A small 84hp rig in a DIY case with 4MS power. I created the sample loops in Audacity from some choir music. FX Aid algorithm is delay into reverb. LFO2 from the Mini Synth triggers the sample & hold clock, this sends random voltages to the quantiser, which converts them into the chosen notes on it's keyboard.

LFO2 also triggers the Chance Delay, which is using the Length control to convert the incoming LFO pulses (square wave) to very long gates - each gate will be completed before it responds to another incoming pulse, meaning it can be used as a clock divider with continuous control, rather than simple preset divisions.

The Chance function determines the probability of the module outputting a gate signal - here I'm using it as a switch to trigger the Vox Digitalis, so with Chance at zero it won't advance the sequencer, whilst at full/100% it will trigger it on every gate it generates. Since those gates are a division of the incoming pulse rate, this means the sequencer will change samples on the Radio Music at a much slower speed than the notes produced by the Mini Synth, which is runs at the same rate as LFO2 and the sample & hold.

Mini Synthesizer Voice is the Eurorack version of the Dark Energy standalone synth.
More Dark Energy here: [posted here]
Performance using Chance Delay: [posted here]
My music can be found here:"

Thursday, November 02, 2023

Manis Iteritas Alia dark industrial-strength voice from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Manis Iteritas Alia is available now:

0:00 Overview
1:01 Panel and Controls
4:41 Patch: Euphoric Pulse
5:06 Patch: Jack Hopping
5:35 Patch: Alien Calls
6:02 Patch: Foraging Pangolins
6:27 Patch: Sawtooth Shift
6:47 Alia platform

Manis Iteritas Alia is a voice based on the architecture of Basimilus. It was designed to be more gritty and aggressive by using only sawtooth waves that are manipulated, modulated, and distorted through a rethought interface. Manis Iteritas Alia is suitable for leads, basslines, drums, darkness, detuned madness, or pure mayhem. Plus, MIA’s dedicated envelope output is a great modulation source for the rest of your patch.

Manis Iteritas Alia is a revamped version of our pangolin-approved industrial and dark voice/VCO.

• Suitable for all your techno, industrial, and goth needs
• And then will surprise you with how soft and pretty it gets too
• Sawtooth extravaganza
• Turn decay up to try free-running mode
• Dedicated envelope output
• Encoder tuning
• A portion of the proceeds benefit pangolin conservation

Noise Engineering is committed to donating a portion of the proceeds from every Manis Iteritas sold to pangolin conservation. That means you can pat yourself on the back for buying a Manis, knowing you're doing some good in the world! More about these critically endangered scaly mammals:"

Monday, October 30, 2023

Cold Hands, Cold Heart, Cold World

video upload by John L Rice

"Something for Halloween 2023, sort of?

5U Modular Synth:
Moon 569 sequencer, 554 clock divider, 505 filter
Modcan 55B quantizer, 59B delay
SSL Tube VCA, Quad LFO
STG Envelope
Corsynth VC LFO
Marienberg Sine Phase Oscillator
Noise Engineering Cursus Iteritas Magnus VCO

Additional Gear Used:
Roland A-88 keyboard controller, Integra7 synth (for piano)
Mellotron M4000D (Tangerine Dream sound effects)
Expressive-E Osmose keyboard synth
Strymon BigSky reverb, Timeline delay
Lexicon MX400
Tascam SD-20M recorder
Sony Vegas Pro 13 (for post editing)

#modularsynth #electronicmusic #halloween2023"

Debel Iteritas Alia additive PM voice from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Debel Iteritas Alia is available now:

0:00 Overview
1:20 Panel and Controls
4:27 Patch: The Bell
4:56 Patch: Cold Queso
5:22 Patch: Fire and Flames
5:44 Patch: Hunger Pangs
6:07 Patch: Mild to Wild
6:31 Alia platform

Debel Iteritas Alia’s algorithms offer three zesty modes of four-operator phase modulation. Each operator houses four oscillators, enabling you to control the interactions of 16 oscillators, giving you a massive timbral range. Plus, with the Shape and Time knobs, you can cook up a variety of spicy envelope shapes to make that delicious and flavorful patch."

Saturday, October 28, 2023

Noise Engineering Halloween Resurrection

Thursday, October 26, 2023

Basimilus Iteritas Alia universal drum synthesizer from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Basimilus Iteritas Alia is a reimagining of the classic with a fresh interface on the Alia oscillator platform. The BIA begins shipping Thursday, October 26, 2023:

0:00 Overview
1:20 Panel and Controls
4:44 Patch: Simple Kick
5:03 Patch: Snare Drum
5:19 Patch: Bass Lines
5:35 Patch: Harmonic Leads
5:49 Patch: Drum Kit
6:11 Alia platform

The BIA is a parameterized digital drum voice with its roots in the analog world. At its heart, the BIA is a simple six-oscillator additive and FM synthesizer with waveform, harmonic spread, and envelope controls. An adjustable noise oscillator and an extreme take on a wavefolder round out its synthesis abilities. Its straightforward controls make sound design fun and performable: create sub-shaking kicks, snares, hats, and unique drum hits with just a few tweaks.

• A go-to for percussion synthesis
• Also excellent at leads and basses
• Additive/FM digital synth with root and inspiration in the analog world.
• CV over every parameter
• Dedicated envelope output
• Encoder tuning

Basimilus Iteritas Alia is the successor to the original Basimilus Iteritas Alter. It was developed to sound nearly identical, with added features and new firmware-swapping capabilities."

Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Erica Synths Sample Drum & Jamming JJ Filter 【Eurorack "Airport" Jam】 #eurorack #modularsynth

video upload by MY FIRST SYNTH TOKYO

Clock&Gate Sequencer&Envelope
・ALM Busy Pamela's New Workout

・Erica Synths Black Sequencer

・Mutable Instruments Plaits
・Erica Synths Pico Drums
・Erica Synths Sample Drum
・Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Alter
・Acidlab M303

・Pittsburgh Envelope

・Jamming JJ Filter

・Intellijel μVCA

・ Ghost"

Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Introducing Basimilus Iteritas, Manis Iteritas, and Debel Iteritas on Alia oscillator platform

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Unlock the full potential of your Alia with alternate firmware, resources, and more.

Check out the World of Alia, our new oscillator platform here:

Alia is a 10HP oscillator platform and is the new home for your favorite Noise Engineering sounds, both classic and new. Turn your module into Basimilus Iteritas, our legendary percussive powerhouse; Manis Iteritas, a dark industrial techno machine; or Debel Iteritas, an additive PM voice inspired by yesteryear, or maybe even something completely different as new firmwares are released.

Firmware is always free for Alia owners, so swap out your sound whenever you need a new vibe. Alia has something for everyone."

Press release follows:

"Noise Engineering debuts Alia, bringing Basimilus, Manis, and all-new Debel voices to a swappable oscillator platform

Los Angeles, CA — Digital-forward modular synthesizer company Noise Engineering has announced Alia, a new 10HP oscillator platform module. With Alia, the team brings back Basimilus and Manis, two of their beloved synth voices. Alia also launched with a whole new synth voice, Debel Iteritas Alia, a unique hybrid take on phase modulation and additive synthesis.

The previous incarnation of the Iteritas modules was discontinued a few months ago when the processor it was built on was end-of-lifed. “We lived in fear of that development for years, but we didn’t have a viable alternative. We had been thinking about a way off of that processor for some time, but when the part was EOLed, we got motivated. It was a long time before we were confident we could make it work, though,” said Kris Kaiser, Doer of Many Things at Noise Engineering.

The revamped Basimilus Iteritas Alia and Manis Iteritas Alia have a near identical sound to the originals, and a few added features. “When we had to discontinue the BIA and the Manis, quite a few customers reached out asking us to bring them back,” says Markus Cancilla, Noise Engineering’s Chief of Destruction. “The new Alia platform allowed us to bring back our old favorites with a few improvements, and experiment with entirely new concepts, too.”

The platform concept will be a familiar feature to Noise Engineering’s customers. The Versio lineup introduced the idea of swappable firmware to the Noise Engineering ecosystem in 2020, and now has 9 different FX firmwares now available for the platform. Legio followed as a smaller platform in 6HP now with four firmwares. Alia follows suit, launching with three firmwares available and even more on the way, according to NE. As with the existing Versio and Legio platforms, firmware is free for Alia owners and swappable at any time from their Customer Portal. The team expects to offer hot swappable overlays for the different Alia firmwares in the near future.

Along with the return of the BIA and the Manis, the Debel Iteritas Alia is a completely new synth voice based around an additive phase-modulation architecture. Debel continues Noise

Engineering’s reputation for putting a huge amount of timbral range behind a small number of parameters, and bringing new ideas in synthesis to an easy-to-navigate interface. It uses a few different configurations of four-operator PM with each operator comprising four oscillators. Traditional FM sounds are easy to create, but can be instantly brought into entirely new territory with the tweak of a parameter or some external CV. Also in line with Noise Engineering’s ethos of not taking themselves too seriously, Debel features Taco, Nacho, and Diablo modes. “The name and the panel have about a million inside jokes. We had a lot of fun with this firmware,” said Stephen McCaul, Chief Noisemaker.

All three firmwares are available as paneled modules. Basimilus Iteritas Alia, Manis Iteritas Alia, and Debel Iteritas Alia are available for preorder now at and at retailers globally, shipping October 26, 2023.

Availability and pricing:

In stock in black and silver. Shipping from Noise Engineering and retailers starting October 26th, 2023; MSRP US$385

Saturday, October 21, 2023

5 Features of the Xer Mixa mixer and Expando Expandi expander from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Check out these 5 Features of the Xer Mixa mixer and Expando Expandi expander from Noise Engineering. Order individually or as a bundle here:

0:11 StereOMG
0:53 Screen
1:50 Automation
2:49 Cue Mix
3:41 Light Show

Xer Mixa is a mixer with ten stereo-paired inputs (8 channels and 2 aux-ins), three stereo-paired output busses, tactile controls, and a 100% analog signal path with low noise and crosstalk, pristine sound quality, and ultra-high headroom. A built-in analog leveling amplifier is great for adding some punch to your mix. A digital control interface harnesses the true power of hybrid design, allowing for state save and recall, per-channel pan law and pre/post send settings, multichannel editing, and MIDI I/O.

Xer Mixa features 10 stereo-paired input channels: 8 interactive fader-controlled channels and two aux inputs. All 10 inputs feature clickless mutes. The screen makes configuration of per-channel pan-law settings, pre- or post-fader sends, and channel and MIDI CC routing simple and intuitive. Save your settings in one of seven preset slots for easy recall for your next set or session.

We designed Xer Mixa to be as compact as possible, with a streamlined and compact-yet-usable interface. However, if you’re looking for CV control, the 4 HP Expando Expandi adds 8 freely assignable CV inputs to the Xer Mixa. Connect up to two Expando Expandi to Xer Mixa for easy CV control over channel levels, pan, aux sends, and more. Xer Mixa and Expando Expandi are also available individually.

Xer Mixa can also be oriented with the jacks at the top or the bottom: a simple system setting inverts the screen for easy customization to fit your rig. And despite its extensive I/O, Xer Mixa clocks in at just 32 HP. Whether you have a massive studio rig or a compact performance system, Xer Mixa is the perfect choice for a tactile, expressive mixing experience."

Wednesday, October 18, 2023

modular meets vibraphone

video upload by murratti 127

"In this setting I only used the following modules:
vibraphone • vancore
black sequencer, sample drum • erica synths
alan, enigma, resonate, pixie • after later audio
øchd, scion • instruo
boundary • schlappi engineering
melotus versio, tymp legio • noise engineering
switch 4 • joranalogue audio design
mimeophone, maths, XPO, QPAS, 0-ctrl • make noise
alter 2 • folktek
euclidian rythm generator, twin peak resonator • klangbau köln
akemie´s taiko • alm
258t, 281t, 266t • buchla tiptop audio
east beast • cre8audio
airat8 • roland"

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