It’s That Time of Year Again: NAMM 2019 Preview
NAMM, as we all know, stands for Newly Announced aMazing Modules, so of course we’ll be there showing off some soon-to-be-released toys! But of course, before we offer a preview there, we figured we’d give you a preview of the preview. Meta preview! Get ready.
Spoiler: Panels here are not retail-ready panels! Price and release dates TBA on all, but we’re aiming for Q1 2019 for all these puppies.
Remember Sinclastic Empulatrix? It was one of our first modules. We’re now proud to announce the sequel, Sinc Bucina. Based around a VCA/VCF combo, its internal envelope can be pinged via the appropriately named Ping input for classic lowpass gate action. It also features an updated version of SE’s slew, that can function as a simple ASR envelope with a gate input, or smooth out stepped signals like a traditional slew. Its internal filter offers 6db and 12db filter slopes. Trust us: it sounds awesome.
Need to divide a clock? How about multiply? FS has you covered. Offering a huge variety of clock divisions and multiplications in an intuitive interface, FS can handle any clock you throw at it (except a real one, that’s not recommended).
Distortion of the Month: Bring the Noise
Coming soon: the Distortion of the Month club! (ok, it’s not really a club, but feel free to collect them all!) We’ll be releasing a new distortion module each month for part of 2019. At NAMM, we’ll be showing one of our favorites: three separate distortions in 4 hp! The three analog distortion circuits were carefully designed to sound great routed in series. Internally, they’re normalled together for mangling of epic proportions. But of course, each distortion circuit has a separate in and out for freedom of processing and routing, because what’s the point of modular if you can’t patch it?
Full lineup TBA; TR 4 hp, others to vary
The Big Kahuna: Cursus Iteritas Percido
Following in the footsteps of the Loquelic Iteritas Percido, we’re continuing the Percido line with the Cursus Iteritas Percido. Our largest module to date, CIP takes the same concept of a freely routable, flexible and expressive envelope and implements it into the Cursus Iteritas sound engine. With even more performance and patch-oriented features (two words: Master. Blaster.), the CIP is a synthesis powerhouse to be reckoned with. You won’t want to miss this one.