Choice Sound Modules for the (Euro)Rack

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Post 04 Feb 2019

It took a little time to get past Utilities and VCFs... but ... finally....

Sound Modules.
Feel free to add your faves/ thoughts/ etc/

If it's not a module, but fits in this world, bring it on.

First up! Mutable Instruments Peaks. Plenty modules to start with, but this is a Crowd Favorite:

Do-all... excuse me... DUAL
- LFO (SHAPES),
- ENV (AD/ADSR) ,
- TAP Tempo, and
- Drum Module ( Kick, Snare, Tom, Hat - Pick 2.. or build a Kit) Tough to beat in 8HP

Take it away, DivKid! Easy Instructions...


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Post 05 Feb 2019

Noise Engineering - Basimilus Iteritas

I'll keep it going with "Percussive" modules. I went with another option for now - but, I do want one.
No more "Thuds!" Only Tuned, precisely "Pitched" Percussion. Love "dissonance." Loathe "out of tune."

Specs: https://www.noiseengineering.us/shop/ba ... itas-alter
- "a simple six-oscillator additive synthesizer with adjustable waveform, harmonic spread and decay. "
- "Adjustable attack including a noise oscillator is also included. "
- "These are summed and fed into an infinifolder for crunch and variety."
" Basimilus Iteritas Alter is an improved version of the discontinued Basimilus Iteritas." BIA is
- 2HP smaller,
- includes CV of switches,
- adds an third mode, and pitch range and knobs NOW offset rather than attenuate. (Sadly, a "new concept") :shock: :roll:

But, it sounds Proper.
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