elysia Releases Vinyl Allstars Modules

10th anniversary celebrated with 500-series front panels hand-made from real records      09/02/16

elysia Releases Vinyl Allstars Modules


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elysia is commemorating its 10th anniversary by releasing the Vinyl Allstars, which they describe as a remarkable run of its complete range of karacter, nvelope, xfilter, and xpressor 500 series modules as distinctive limited editions with visually-stunning front panels hand made from real records.

Each individual module features a unique groove pattern based on the individual record from which it was crafted. The vinyl front panels are supported by a sepia-colored layer of acrylic glass, gently emphasizing the vintage vibe of what elysia says is the ultimate analog appearance.

This vinyl/acrylic panel is attached to an additional steel base plate, ensuring the stability of the front panel. The steel base is finished with a black powder coating to prevent oxidation and blend into the color of the record.

Anodized matte black aluminum knobs manufactured exclusively for this limited edition, cream-coloured silkscreen graphics, and a set of included lens head screws matching the coherent look of this special edition add the perfect final touches to the classic vibe of these units.

elysia CEO Dominik Klassen, told us, "These carefully selected materials combine beautifully to create a very individual appearance, rich in audio history. And it is our pleasure to be able to thank our supporters for 10 amazing years by offering these luxury editions with no extra charge at all."

Pricing and Availability:
The Vinyl Allstars are limited to 50 pieces per module worldwide.

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