NAMM 2016: Audio Damage Boom Tschak and Dub Jr Mk2

Chris Randall takes us through the new modules      22/01/16

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At this years NAMM Audio Damage were introducing two modules. The Boom Tschak and the Dub Jr Mk2.

Boom Tschak is a high end analogue drum module for making all your classic analogue drum sounds and also more modern sounding drum synthesis types.

The Boom Tschak has all the usual controls you would expect to find on an analogue drum module, with the addition of some more unique controls, wavefolder and fm capabilities.

Dub Jr MK2 is the updated version of the original Dub Jr Delay module.

Boom Tschak will hopefully cost around $450 and the Dub Jr will be $289.

More Info at Audio Damage

NAMM 2016 Kit:
TascamĀ DR-70D 4 Channel recorders


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