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Modular Synth - An All Doepfer Orchestral(ish) Patch by IsVisible

IsVisible uploaded an interesting new video to YouTube... enjoy!

Video: Modular Synth - An All Doepfer Orchestral (ish) Patch

" Here's a patch I filmed about two years ago. Made with all Doepfer modules.
Some patch notes:
The A-143-4 Quad VCLFO/VCO is triggering the gate/envelopes of the A-143-2 Quad ADSR, clocking the random voltages from the A-149-1, providing cv for the two filters (A-106-1 Xtreme and A124 Wasp)
The A-143-4 is in turn being modulated by two LFO's, A-143-9 and A-146.
The two voices are then passed through a channel each of a Tapco 4400 Dual Spring Reverb.
www.isvisible.co.uk"
Uploaded by isvisible

Doepfer A-105 24dB SSM Low Pass Filter Video Tutorials by Raul Pena

Raul Pena just started a new series on the Doepfer A-105 24dB SSM Low Pass Filter.
Here's the first video.

Video 1: Doepfer A-105 24 dB SSM Low Pass Filter Basics

" A short overview of the Basic features and sound of the Doepfer A105 24dB SSM Low Pass Filter. Audio demonstration continued in next segment of series. Sound and Video by Raul Pena."
Video 2: Doepfer A-105 24 dB SSM Low Pass Filter Audio Demonstration
" A continued exploration of the Doepfer A105 24 dB SSM Low Pass Filter.
This time we hear the wide range of the filter using a sequenced passage.
We also explore the subtlety of the filter's resonance.
Second video of three.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 3: Doepfer A-105 24 dB SSM Low Pass Filter Modulation Demonstration

" A continued exploration of the Doepfer A105 24 dB SSM Low Pass Filter.
This time we experiment with a few modulation sources.
A short demo of using the filter in self oscillation is included.
Sound and Video by Raul…

Ginko Synthese Flightcases

Ginko Synthese, known from their recent successfully funded SampleSlicer project and their TTLFO, has been making modular cases for quite a while...

Now this Dutch company is thinking about making a small batch of portable flightcases (the white one with aluminium corners), maybe 10 or 20 pcs.
The pictures are an indication of what it will look like (a case he made earlier).

The busboards are connected directly to the back of the case in this one, but if enough people are interested he will make internal mounting rails for them so there will be nothing visible on the outside.
Specifications: - 104 or 114HP width
- includes PSU and Doepfer busboards
- case depth will be around 11cm
- keeps your patches inside while lid is closed
- detachable lid
- 220V connection on side for standard eurostyle power cable

Updated November 3, 2014
You can still order for this batch.
They are available in two sizes:
104HPx6U = €320,-
114HPx9U = €500,-
They come including PSU and busboards.
The color is white/…

Doepfer A-105 SSM 24 dB Low Pass Filter Demo by LesIndes

LesIndes uploaded a long demonstration of the Doepfer A-105 SSM LowPass Filter.

The A-105 is very similar to the A-122 that is made with a CEM chip. But in contrast to the A-122 the A-105 is made with the legendary SSM filter chip SSM2044.
This chip was used e.g. in these synthesizers: Korg Polysix, Korg Mono/Poly, Fairlight II, PPG Wave 2.2 und 2.3, Emu SP-1200, Siel DK600, Siel Opera 6.  The first Prophets used the SSM2040 - the precedessor of the 2044 - that generates a very similar sound. 
The special feature of the 4 pole low pass SSM2044 is the patented so-called "true open loop design that delivers a characteristic fat sound not available from other devices" (extract from SSM2044 data sheet). 
The module features voltage controlled resonance and a sensitive audio input to obtain distortion - if desired.  Regarding to the functions, controls and in/outputs the module are identical to the 24dB low pass filter A-122 that is built around a CEM chip, but the sound, the res…

Analogue Solutions Telemark Multimode Filter

Analogue Solutions just released their Telemark Multimode Filter module, a eurorack module based on the Telemark multimode filter.
The Telemark multimode filter module is based on the filter of the legendary Telemark semi-modular synthesizer.
It's routes lie in the original 1970s Oberheim SEM, though it has developed a character of its own.
The filter is a 12db/Octave multimode type. Multimode means there are more than one type of filter output.
There are in fact four: low pass, band pass, high pass and notch filter.
Additionally, notch filter can be varied for an even wider range of sounds.
Use of Gain and Q allow for even wider possibilities.
No special knowledge is required to use this filter. Just plug your audio in the left, and your audio out on the right.
Optionally (and recommended!) patch a control voltage in to give the sound movement.

KEY FEATURES OF TMF
- Pure analogue circuitry.
- Telemark filter
- 4 filter types- Low, High, Band, Notch
- Resonance (Q) boost feature
- Slim design
- …

SiteTip: Equipboard

These last few weeks i have been trying out a 'new' music start-up called Equipboard.
The site mainly focuses on the question: What gear do my favorite music artists use?


" Equipboard is a community-built database of artists and the gear they use.
Launched in late 2013, this growing community of gear-obsessed music fans have already made the connection between 13,147 products and 4,480 artists – everything from Jimi Hendrix’s guitars and amps to Aphex Twin’s arsenal of electronics.
In addition to contributing, users can create their own equipment boards to share the gear they have or want, and participate in authentic conversations about their favorite artists and brands.

Artists and brands can claim or create a profile to add additional content and participate in conversations with fans.
Some of the brands already using Equipboard include: AIAIAI, Intellijel, Fab Filter, Lennar Digital, Bohemian Guitars."

I have tried it out now for almost a month and i like the id…

Doepfer A-110-4 Thru Zero Quadrature VCO Announced

Doepfer's latest module-announcement is the A-110-4 Thru Zero Quadrature VCO.
I do have to dig a bit deeper into this module before i completely understand it, but here is the text from the Doepfer website, where they will soon have audio examples and oscilloscope views available...
" The term "quadrature" means in this connection that the oscillator outputs sine and cosine waveforms simultaneously.  The term "Thru-Zero" means that even "negative" frequencies are generated.  This can be a bit of a misleading term as negative frequencies do not really exist.  "Negative" means in this connection simply that the sine/cosine waves will stop when the linear control voltage reaches 0V and continue with the opposite direction as the linear control voltage becomes negative and vice versa.

The module has two control sections: linear and a exponential.  The exponential section consists of the XTune control, the 1V/Oct input and the XFM input with…

Doepfer A-160-2 Clock Divider II Announced

Doepfer announced a few new modules modules this week.
Starting with this one:

The A-160-2 Clock Divider II is an enhanced version of the standard clock divider A-160.
The 4HP wide module is a frequency divider for clock/trigger/gate signals, designed to be a source of lower frequencies, particularly for rhythm uses.
The Clock input will take any digital signal from, eg., an LFO, MIDI sync, or the gate from a MIDI-CV interface.
At the outputs, you have access to three sets of seven different sub-divided clock signals, from half
the clock frequency down to 1/128.
The low/high levels of the output signals are 0V and about +10V.
The A-160-2 also has a reset input. Whenever a reset signal is sensed, all outputs are set to certain levels which depend upon the selected mode.

These are the most important features of the module:

- Three different sets of dividing factors, selected by a three-position switch at the front panel: power of two: 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128
prime numbers: 2, 3, 5, 7,…

Steffcorp ARP2600 Eurorack modules

Steffcorp from Sweden is the next new Eurorack manufacturer on my list.

After passionately working with synthesizers for over 20 years, doing both music and a lot of sound-design, Rickard Steffensen started a journey 2 years ago recreating his favorite synthesizer of all time – the legendary ARP 2600.
The result of this quest is the first batch of 4 Eurorack modules that Steffcorp released this month;

The Oscillarp is a eurorack-clone of the 4027-1 VCO used in the ARP 2600. The VCF 2612 is a clone of the 4012 VCF used in the ARP 2600. The Envelarp is a eurorack-clone of the 4020 ADSR/AR used in the ARP 2600. ,and the Arplifier VCA is a eurorack-clone of the 4019 VCA used in the ARP 2600.
Rickard is now working hard on getting a full voice of 2600 modules out the door, followed by other even older designs that deserve to be revived.
I'm looking forward to the first sound-examples...
More info at https://steffcorp.se/

via MATRIXSYNTH

Animodule TikTok Clock Multiplier and Divider Overview by DivKid

DivKid uploaded an overview video about the Animodule TikTok.

The TikTok is a 4HP Clock Divider/Multiplier that calculates divisions and multiplications of:
*//2 , *//3 , *//4 , *//5 ,and *//6

There is a Clk Input and a Reset Input.
Both are buffered with an opamp based comparator circuit.
They are looking for approximately +1.1V on a rising edge.
This means that you are not constrained to gate (pulse) signals to trigger them.

The Reset input resets your divisions clock counter to 1
There is a switch to select Mathematical or Musical divisions.
The Multiplication Outputs 25MS Trigger pulses.
The Division Outputs are on as long as your Clock source.

- Avg Current draw: 40 mA / -9 mA - Peak Current Draw: 80 mA / -17 mA Width = 4HP Depth = 38mm


Video: Animodule - TikTok

" Here's the AniModule - TikTok a 4HP eurorack clock multiplier and divider in one compact module. As always feel free to ask any questions in the comments and like/subscribe for more videos every week.&qu…

Modular Wild Presents - Synthrotek Triple Response VCA

Raul Pena just released a new Modular Wild video about the Synthrotek Dual Triple Response VCA.

"The Synthrotek Triple Response Dual VCA uses high quality op amps to give you the sound quality you are looking for in affordable kits and completed units.
This VCA has three different response curves per channel: 2 Exponential and 1 Linear.
The amplitude of EX2 (switch at right position) can be slightly attenuated via 1 trimmer pot per channel on the PCB.
This allows for 3 different curves per channel. EX2 has a slightly more exponential curve than EX1. This VCA operates at 0-5V; a 5V CV input will give you 10V peak to peak audio output.
Use over 5V if you want a super ballsy, loud VCA!
The module is intended for AC and audio use only (DC coupling will not function properly).

Features include:
- ~10V peak to peak output with a +5 DC CV input
- 2 exponential and 1 linear response per channel
- Channel 2 is normalled to channel 1
- Compact 4HP sized module
- Kits, complete and PCB/pa…

Noodlebar 2-Year Anniversary: NoodleFest!

Last weekend,Saturday October 18th, i visited the 2-year anniversary of the NoodlebarNoodleFest in Roodkapje / Rotterdam / the Netherlands
On this special evening a selection of artists who have ever played at Noodlebar in the past 2 years, showed their modular skills in two different rooms.
The main key of Noodlebar remains that there is no computer involved...

" In 2012 Dennis Verschoor AKA Mono-Poly decided it was time for a monthly evening devoted to modular synthesizers.
Luckily he found in BAR the place who were open to the more experimental side of music where he along with Falafelbiels put down the first night.
In 2013 Noodlebar made the switch from BAR to Roodkapje where it got the space to grow to where it is today.

As the scene is so niche based, the name Noodlebar spread fairly quickly and there were plenty of artists who were only too eager to come and play.
Foreign artists who happen to
be in the neighborhood also added to the international allure."

Roodkapje i…

Random Video: Chaotic Harmony with the Intellijel µScale by Steve Castellano

Steve Castellano ‏uploaded a nice video showing a fun way to incorporate an Intellijel µScale into a modular patch with MakeNoise Maths and René...

Video: Chaotic harmony with the Intellijel µScale

"Here's a quick and easy way to to add quasi-chaotic harmonic accompaniment to a sequence with the Intellijel µScale and whatever spare oscillators you have lying around.
I've kept the patch pretty simple for the purposes of the demo:
Make Noise Rene → Intellijel Dixie II
Intellijel µScale → Intellijel Dixie II & Make Noise STO
Make Noise Maths → µScale CV in & shift (via Doepfer A-148 Dual S/H)
Dixies & STO → Intellijel Korgasmatron
Korgasmatron → Pittsburgh Dual Index
Intellijel Dual ADSR → Korgasmatron & Dual Index
A very basic subtractive setup, in other words."

Uploaded by Steve Castellano On Twitter: https://twitter.com/steveoftheweb

Medic Modules Cranial Saw Dual VCO Overview by @DivKid

I really like the Video tutorials by DivKid. Here's another one he did, about the Medic Modules Cranial Saw. I blogged about this module earlier, find that blogpost at http://patchpierre.blogspot.nl/2014/10/medic-modules-cranial-saw-advanced-vco.html
Video: Medic Modules dual VCO eurorack module overview

" Medic Modules Cranial Saw dual VCO eurorack module overview
http://www.analoguesolutions.com
Video by Ben Wilson / DivKid
www.youtube.com/divkidvideo"
On Twitter: https://twitter.com/divkid

Modular Theremin Explorations by Wellurban

I wrote earlier about the possibilities of the A-178 Theremin Control Voltage Source outside the 'recreating a Theremin sound' spectrum.

The voltages out of the A-178 can be used for controlling any voltage controlled parameter of your Eurorack, like pitch or pulsewidth, loudness, panning, filter frequency or resonance from all of the filter modules, phasing, frequency shifting, envelope parameters and tempo, to name just a few.

YouTube user Wellurban created a video with some great examples...

Video: Modular Theremin Explorations by Wellurban
" Playing with a Doepfer A178 Theremin Voltage Source module to control various aspects of modular synthesiser patches (rather than just pitch and amplitude, as with a traditional theremin)."

Uploaded by wellurban On Twitter: https://twitter.com/badtom

Plankton Electronics Earwig Rectifying Mixer

The Earwig is a Eurorack format Rectifying Mixer made by Plankton Electronics.

" The core of each channel are two half wave rectifiers and one full wave rectifier.  There is also gain, pre and post-rectifier bias and an inverter amp. 2 CV bias inputs are provided to modulate the signal.  Each channel accepts audio and CV signals.  The Earwave is available at the stores as a modular kit or fully assembled."

Video: The Earwig - Rectifying Mixer - Basic Functions

" Demo for the Earwig eurorack module. Basic channel functions. More info at www.planktonelectronics.com"

Video uploaded by Plankton Elec
You can find more videos at http://www.planktonelectronics.com/the-earwig/
and read about it on MuffWiggler:
http://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=118257&sid=0c175fc70fcf16c694cf5cda3d2c6613

Modular Wild Presents Profile - Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Megawave

Another new video series by Raul Pena starts this week!

" The Malekko/Richter Megawave is a selectable wavetable device featuring many of the available preset Wiard Miniwave ROM waveforms.

Each of the ten ROM selections contains 256 waveforms.
It's not an oscillator, the Megawave can be used as an audio wave shaper, complex LFO function generator, stage quantizer, random function generator, non-linear waveform distortion unit, etc.

WAVE, BANK, and ROM selection are all voltage controllable and each CV input has fine control.

The Megawave wavetable device is 16HP wide, 35mm deep, and consumes around 90mA power."

Find more info via http://malekkoheavyindustry.com/
Malekko on Twitter: https://twitter.com/malekkoheavy

Video 1: Modular Wild - Profile-Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Megawave

" A short overview of the basic features of the Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Megawave.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video Playlist: Modular Wild - Malekko Heavy Industry - Ri…

Noise Rack Diary by @Flixxx

Felix from The Tuesday Night Machines is slowly putting together a standalone Eurorack Modular Synthesizer for noise music.
In this playlist you will find some experiments with it along the way.

Video Playlist: Noise Rack Diary

New episodes will be added on a regular basis...
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Slow Nova Modules Probably

Slow Nova Modules is a small company from Boston that sells hand built Eurorack modules and kits.
Today they published the first proper build of their latest module with the new face-plates on Twitter.

The Probably module is a dual 2 to 1 analog multiplexer with probability based switching.On each clock a random number decides which input is connected to the output. The likelihood can be set independently for each switch.

Inputs:
A, B, C, D - -12V to 12V
Clock - 0 to 10V
Outputs:
A/B - -12V to 12V
C/D - -12V to 12V

Switching Time - 75ns
Current Draw - 14.5ma

The module will be on sale soon for 150 USD,
(i believe it is already sold out though)

http://www.slownovamodules.com/https://twitter.com/SlowNovaModules

AJH Synth MiniMod Eurorack Modules

Another new modular synth company, AJHSynth is headed up by Allan "J" Hall, who has been involved with synths, electronics and music for more years than he cares to remember.
He started by building a guitar fuzz box at the tender age of 12 and an interest in synthesisers and electronic music soon followed, fuelled by an unhealthy overexposure to early Tangerine Dream, Pink Floyd, Vangelis and Kitaro.

For the last 15 years he has been building and modding synth systems both for himself and other electronic musicians, as well as spending some time as a semi-pro musician playing keyboards in several rock and tribute bands.
Allan spent five years as a service technician repairing and modifying Moog, Arp, Korg, Roland and other analogue synthesisers along with some Pro Audio design work, previous to this he spent two years designing and building "boutique" valve (tube) guitar amplifiers.

AJHSynth are based near Bournemouth on the South coast of England, whe…

Qu-Bit Electronix Tri-ger

Qu-Bit Electronix  released this video 4 months ago without much additional info, but this Tri-ger
offers 3 manual gates, and some kind of Gate-pattern recorder/looper.
This module with big arcade-style buttons looks pretty amazing, and will come in very handy if you want to program drum-patterns that are not quantized.

The Qu-Bit team recently explained in an episode of The Distilery Podcast that this is not the final Tri-ger version yet, and that there will be another prototype produced before a finished module will reach the markets.
A new version will probably include a few quantize options and other functions, the arcade-style buttons will probably stay...

More info will be added here when available 

Video: Tri-ger - Qu-Bit Electronix

" Tri-ger"
Video uploaded by QuBitElectronix

SiteTip: The Distillery Podcast by Sam Botstein

Samuel Botstein is a composer, performer, sound and instrument designer based in Los Angeles, California.
Botstein is known for his experimental and electronic music and performances on trumpets, turntables, and synthesizers.

Botstein is also the host of The Distillery, a very interesting interview podcast series focused on figures in the world of  music technology. 
Look at the impressive episode-list with the people he already interviewed, and have a listen...
Episode #0: Road Trip with "MUFFWIGGLER" MIKE MCGRATH (Part I)
Episode #1: Road Trip with "MUFFWIGGLER" MIKE MCGRATH (Part II)
Episode #2: Klayton (Celldweller)
Episode #3: Tom Erbe (Soundhack, Make Noise)
Episode #4: Rich (Thud Rumble)
Episode #5: Ivo Ivanov (Glitchmachines)
Episode #6: Andrew Ikenberry and Jason Lim (Qu-Bit Electronix)
Episode #7: Tony Rolando (Make Noise)
New episodes seem to appear very frequent lately (weekly?), so keep an eye on The Distillery's website and don't miss another episo…

Entrospec Iungo CV-to-MIDI Eurorack Module

Another new Eurorack manufacturer, now from Bristol, introducing a CV-to-MIDI converter with a twist...

The Entrospec Iungo is designed to bridge the worlds of modular synthesizers and MIDI controlled instruments.
This module lets you create both monophonic and polyphonic sequences to play your MIDI gear, all controlled by your cv and gate generating modular system.

The Iungo is in essence a CV to MIDI converter, but instead of acting as a direct translator, this module gives you voltage control of the MIDI data stored in banks and patches.
It has the following features:

- Stored MIDI data accessed via cv and gate inputs.
- Banks will store up to 16 notes and rests. Each note can have an independent MIDI channel.
- Each bank can also store 1 program change message.
- 5 memory locations to store patches
- “Chord” mode outputs all notes in a bank simultaneously when triggered.
- “Seq” mode outputs each note in a bank consecutively upon receiving a gate s- ignal.
- “Poly Seq” mode runs…

Dave Smith Instruments DSM01 Curtis Filter

Known for their great in-depth reviews, SonicState/Soniclab has published another long video demonstrating Dave Smith Instruments' latest product, the Dave Smith Modular DSM01 Curtis Filter, that was released earlier this year.

" The module takes its name from the original filter chip designed by the late Doug Curtis and provides both a switchable 2/4-pole low-pass filter and a VCA.
The Curtis filter is an integral part of the sound of many synthesizers created by Dave Smith, including the classic Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 and Pro-One, and more recent instruments such as the Evolver, Mopho, Prophet ?08, and Prophet 12.

The “Curtis sound,” which is often described as saturated, brash, and powerful, was fundamental to not only Smith’s synthesizers, but also to such highly-regarded instruments as the Oberheim Xpander, Rhodes Chroma and Polaris, PPG Wave, Korg MonoPoly, Waldorf Wave, Elka Synthex, and many others. “We wanted to make the classic Curtis filter sound, which I’ve…

Dtronics Digidrum 80s Style Eurorack Drum Module

Dtronics uploaded a video of their latest Eurorack module, the Digidrum.
(NOT the most original name btw...)
Here shown are 8 identical modules, with each of them carrying with a different (Linn) drum sample. I'm impressed of how authentic it sounds, i hope to add more info soon...

Video: Dtronics Digidrum, 80's style eurorack drum module

" Dtronics Digidrum, 80's style eurorack drum module.
With a 80's soundset ( 8 sounds ). the samples are recorded with an Oberheim Prommer to get the right sound.

The unit also accepts home made sounds ( you have to put them in an serial eeprom or you can buy complete soundsets)
or you can place one original 4K eprom with your Linndrum / DMX sound.

-accepts original LINN / DMX etc eproms (2732 / 4K)
-accepts serial eeprom with custom sounds
-Sound can be tuned to the extreme (to get thos dirty strange sounds)
-only 6HP wide

More info soon here and on the Dtronics website."

Uploaded by Dtronicsmusic

Random Video: Modular Carousel by diafragma365

I found this one on YouTube....
Video: Modular Carousel by diafragma365

" An unprocessed recording of a rather simple but musical patch on my eurorack.
It started as a test of the Scale Select Mode of the Intellijel μScale II, with the Make Noise Pressure Points & Brains used to step through a simple sequence of eight chords.

A Make Noise Maths in combination with a Doepfer S&H were used as a random arpeggiator for the organ-like sound from the Synthesis Technology Morphing Terrarium, going through the E440 VCF to the Make Noise Echophon and Erbe-Verb in order to create some room around the sound.

The rhythm for the “organ” arpeggios is somehow randomized by applying a randomized Ginkosynthese TTLFO multiplication function to a tempo from the ALM Pamela’s Workout, the basic tempo engine for this patch.

While the bass kick sound is a straight 4/4, the hi hat is triggered by a patch on the 4MS QCD, partially controlled per measure by the Make Noise Pressure Points and Brains.

Th…

Monome Meadowphysics

Monome just released the Meadowphysics rhizomatic cascading counter, a grid-enabled module for the eurorack platform.

" Meadowphysics facilitates the exploration of polyrhythms and rule-based sequencing, producing a
wide range of emergent patterns.
A monome grid is plugged into the front panel of the module, serving as a complete interface.
Tthe procedure continues running when the grid is disconnected, facilitating both live performance and precomposed playback of generative systems.

As the second module in the grid-based eurorack series, this module highlights the ability to swap the grid between modules rapidly, patching the usb cable much like a 3.5mm cable.
This module can be used in conjunction with white whale using a single grid gracefully.
The foundation of meadowphysics is an incoming clock which can be internal or external.
Seven additional counters can be cross-assigned with this clock to count down an assignable number of counts, which is the primary interf…

Medic Modules Cranial Saw - Advanced VCO / SUB Eurorack Module Demo by Rezfilter

rezfilter made a nice video demonstrating the features of the 38HP wide Medic Modules Cranial Saw.
The Cranial Saw is a dual VCO
with Glide, Sync, Sub Oscillator, Pulse Width Modulation, Mixer and Cross Modulator.

" It features two discrete component VCOs based on early 1970s circuits so they sound very vintage and are full of character.

The dual VCO performs best in mid to low range, and combined with the Sub-Osc, produces huge, powerful sounds.
The main pitch CV input goes through a Glide / portamento circuit.
There are modulation CV inputs with attenuators. Also, VCO2 has its own CV Mod input.
Each VCO has a Pulse Width slider and PWM CV input sockets.
The VCOs also have Sync. Cross modulation is possible by taking the output of say VCO1 and patching this to VCO2’s Mod CV input.
The built in mixer allows the two VCOs and the Sub-Osc to be mixed via their own attenuators. The mixer has its own audio output of course, but the VCOs and Sub-Osc also have pre-mixer, fixed level individual…

WMD Geiger Counter Eurorack In-Depth Overview

This WMD video appeared on YouTube yesterday. It gives a nice overview of the WMD Geigercounter Eurorack module. The Geigercounter is  wavetable distortion/ bit depth and sample rate reducer...
" The WMD Geiger Counter is hundreds of entirely new face melting sounds.
A high gain modern preamp drives an 8 bit computer, creating sounds which range from nice (tubey overdrive, lofi aliasing, hot gated leads) to total madness (impossible amounts of gain, multiple octave foldover, harsh digital data errors, and piercing sculpted noise)."

Features:
- High Gain Modern Preamp
- Preamp Attenuator
- Direct Input
- Dramatic Tone Control with Disable
- Sample Rate from 260Hz to 200kHz
- 1 to 8 Bit Depth with Mask mode
- 252 Wave Table Modulator
- CV of Sample Rate
- CV of Bit Depth
- CV of Wave Table
- Always saves settings
- Top Quality Components
- Anodized and epoxy screen printed
- Standard 10pin Eurorack Cable
- 10 HP

Video:
WMD - Geiger Counter In-Depth Overview

" Alex take…