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Noise Engineering is a Eurorack and 5U modular synthesizer manufacturer based in Los Angeles, California. 

Loquelic Iteritas Percido


Loquelic Iteritas Percido


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Loquelic Iteritas Percido is an extension of the original Loquelic Iteritas. Like Loquelic Iteritas, it is a digital VCO with interpretations of three classic synthesis algorithms involving dual pitch control parameterized by four tone controls. LIP adds an envelope that can be shaped and routed to
pitches and tone controls, making it into a free-standing voice.

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Size and power:

  • 20 HP

  • +12v: 150ma/80ma (if +5v on)

  • -12v: 5ma

  • +5v: 0ma/90ma (if +5v on)

“Razor Sharp Liquid Metal Perspex Sheets of Sound” — Joey Blush, Blush Response

"It's a lovely module. When I first saw it, I freaked out. I was like, wow. I can't believe this exists." — Baseck

"That thing is a vampiric unicorn with dragons blood that eats pixies and shits nukes. I love it beyond words." — iVardensphere

Loquelic - speech - from Latin loquela "speech"

Iteritas - repetitiousness - from Latin itero "repeat" with suffix -tas state of being" 

Percido - smash - from Latin percido "smash"

"smash speech oscillator"

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Noise Engineering is proudly located in Los Angeles, CA