• A Wavetable Eurorack Module – the 1st time to enter the modular market – about 300€ street price (this is an official price)
note it has parameters that come from the Nave (App., Plugin), so that switch labelled “record” might be the audio analysis tool, also the routing for CVs is easy to understand – that speech tool might be the classic one “1-2-3-4-5” which was part of the software that created the first Microwave’s speech wavetables. User Wavetables and USB may look like there is an editor for your own stuff. Possibly the Plugin may be used as an editor!? Because there is one more thing..
Wavetables can be fed from Nave! Drumloops are possible but a bit lofi.
8MB for user wavetables – means 50 speech tables or 10 normal Waves fit in without re-saving.
USB for uploading Waves / Speech Synth.
Update: Jomox Rackonizer, Eurorack-Module
Filter Matrix with Waveguide, Delays and Reverb interacting. A specialty by Jürgen to keep systems in a resonating and sort of self playing and interacting state. using reverb and Wave Guide sounds cool to me – those jacks may just need some adjustment (more room)? Reckon-gnize me!
B-Step is a VST Step Sequencer für Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
it has 4 tracks that can be assigned to 4 pitches with 4 lines of step triggers
each position can be set to another chord
note repeat per step
and dynamics – which can be adjusted at once via one knob
this is more like a performance sequencer than just a sequence helper. can only be ordered as VST, not as AU. for 19,99€ Kleiner einfach wirkender 16-Sequencer mit speziellen Funktionen, die ihn komplexere Dinge tun lässt. Zum Beispiel Wiederholungen, Akkordverschiebung und Dynamikänderungen. Außerdem gibt es ihn auch für Linux. http://b-step.monoplugs.com
can be controlled by Launchpad:
Well I was searching for some softsynths, that fit well into todays production standards and found the ElectraX, which should work quite well on standard music productions without being boring – it’s a va without a box ;)
of course it isn’t just a standard, you may compare it to the Waldorf Largo (Blofeld-Plugin Synth without sample access), it can do samples, wavetables and FM between the 3 oscillators and has 2 filters and arpeggiator. so this is – so to say- a Virus or Blofeld-style synth. The special one in this synth is fractal synthesis which has a sort of changes from “a bit modulated by subtle noise” to a foggy kind of sound, as demoed here (in the end) – it has a vocoder FX inside as well. so it’s somewhere between the NI Massive and standard VAs.