Otherwise known as the DrumDokta, the DRM110 was one of our early limited edition modules. We just found out today that none other than Aphex Twin uses one, see the sound cloud clip below. We are very honoured to see this and pleasantly surpassed of course.
UPDATE: seems like Aphex took the all the audio (and the syrobonkers interview) offline, however if you dig its not hard to find it all ;)
While the original is long since out of production, we are pleased to announce that work is well underway on the MKII version which should be available in the coming months.
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Monday, November 10, 2014
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Please note, we only have a limited supply of these and they are only available direct from us here at the blog.
Fancy a bit of DIY? if so we probably have the perfect little project for you. An affordable roto-sequencer you can build yourself.
We've written a manual that should enable anyone with basic soldering skills and some tools to be able to build one with ease. It is quite an easy project, but in case you are in doubt have a look at the build manual RIGHT-CLICK-SAVE it'll show you the kinds of tools you'll need for the kit and what's involved.
If you don't know what the ModSeq is, take a quick look at these videos
The price of a kit is 550 SEK including VAT
vat is included for EU customers only. Customers outside the EU can subtract 20% from the total but may have local taxes due on delivery
Shipping prices for single kits are as follows:
Sweden 28 SEK
EUROPE 56 SEK
REST OF THE WORLD 60 SEK
Shipping prices for up to three kits are as follows:
SWEDEN 70 SEK
EUROPE 98 SEK
REST OF THE WORLD 104 SEK
If you would like a kit, drop a line to email@example.com
let us know how many you want and your full name and delivery address and if we have any left we'll get back to you with an invoice and paypal payment request.
IBAN bank transfers are acceptable for those not wishing to use paypal.
due to limited stocks this offer is strictly first come first served.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014
So finally after a little teasing here it is, you know after all that AIRA stuff we just had to have a little fun with it. Talking of AIRA we'll have a TR-8 here at some point soon so look out for a proper side by side with the real things.
Anyway back to the subject at hand, here's our latest offering, the first of a new line of modules named "SARA". Up first is the SARA VCF and hopefully the above video should cover most things, if not you can click the flyer below for a little more information. It's not an AIRA but its also not a DrumDokta MKII (fall 2014 anyone?)...oh what have i done now... ;-)
Right, this will be available soon, so if you are interested you could ask your favourite eurorack stockist to order one in for you or drop us a line direct on firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll put you on the pre-order list.
Sunday, June 8, 2014
It's been a long time since we did an x0x video, so here's an extra long in depth special look at the TR-8 and TB-3. Honestly these units are great fun, but are they authentic? you decide for yourself.