NAMM 2014:Pittsburgh Modular New Systems

Three pre-made synths      27/01/14

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Pittsburgh Modular showed us three of their new pre-configured systems. We reviewed a few modules a while back. The first is the System 10 - which is a semi-modular single oscillator synth with normalled connections allowing for patch free operation, though getting stuck in with the supplied cables opens it right up.

System 90 - a hybrig fully modular sytem with two flavours of oscillator - the 2nd gen analog complex waveform oscillator and the DNA Symbiotic Waves oscillator. The filter is the LoPass Gate module which brings the Buchla style filter into the mix.

Foundation 3 - with multi-function filters and envelopes - 1x LoPass FIlter and one Multimode filter, LFO and dual VCA this is the top of the range precongifured synth.

All feature MIDI  CV convertors and come with patch cables.

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S R Dhain    Said...

They sound quite unique and that's always a great thing in my book. Can't wait to get my hands on one at some point, which means either on a trip to the states or buying one in or someone lends me one! I love anything that's a bit "away from the normal" ( a term we'd hear often in A level physics lessons, when dealing with light refraction and diffraction) with lots to grab and tweak.

27-Jan-14 01:24 PM

Mr. Manfredjensenjen    Said...

I'd like to see proper System 10 demo. Seems like it should be a great analog monosynth for $650.

27-Jan-14 02:35 PM

seen    Said...

How can it be purchased in the UK? Post modular only option?

13-Jul-14 12:48 PM

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