Thursday, October 24, 2013

I was supposed to post something, but I forgot.

If you've been watching the facebook page you may have noticed us posting images then deleting them. It was all about memory, and our new module called Amnesia. Here's the picture that was posted and deleted.

Ok you might have guessed, Amnesia is the trigger equivalent of the ModSeq.

What we have here is an 8 step trigger sequencer. It has no tracks or memory hence the name and is aimed at being used for live performances. Works equally well with drums, great with lpgs or any other trigger duties. The clock thru is buffered, so you could use it to multi your clocks, or just buffer any signal. Here's a couple of quick demo videos I made of the prototypes, camera audio (sorry) and I'm sniffling away from having a bad cold that week.

Oh and ok I lied, it does have memory but only 8 bits of it, can you figure that one out?

Amnesia should be available in about 4-6 weeks or so from your favorite outlets, pricing TBA, however it'll probably be a little more than the ModSeq due to the cost of the illuminated buttons.

Of course if you want to get one direct from us, drop an email to to get on the pre-order waiting list and you'll get an email as soon as they are available.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

There goes the summer

It was fun, but back to work now...

There are new modules in the pipeline, some official news on this soon, I promise ;)

Meanwhile check out these interesting items, a couple of friends from Gothenburg here in Sweden have started a DIY eurorack company. I've been lucky enough to get parts from them of some of their forthcoming kits and so far I've built the OptoDist. I should note that the one in the picture isn't how they ship as standard, I added the blue of course.

Anyway as well as the Opto Dist, there are other kits such as Woflter, Vertmix, Ampmix, Attmult, DTSwitch, VC Sequencer. All of them sound interesting indeed and from what I gather the kit prices will be very reasonable indeed. So if DIY is your thing hop over to and check them out. I think their webshop will be online within days.

Talking of other interesting things, in case you missed this I managed to get my grubby mits on a Sid Guts, here's a video of it against some ModSeqs and a bit of maths.