NAMM 2018: Pittsburgh Modular Microvolt 3900

The first standalone semi-modular from Pittsburgh Modular      25/01/18

Buying Choices

Richard Nichols shows us around the Microvolt 3900. This is a first for Pittsburgh Modular, the Microvolt 3900, does not have the ability to be racked in a eurorack case, so although the SV-1 Blackbox is technically standalone this unit is fully standalone...

The Microvolt features some similarities of Pittsburgh's other creations  and also some new feature the Microvolt has an interesting oscillator with a unique sine wave shaper and what they are calling a Binary Filter.

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