NAMM 2018: Qu-bit Electronix Nebulae 2, Scanned and Synapse

Three new modules make up this years announcements      25/01/18

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At this years NAMM show Qu-bit Electronix were showing off three new modules. The first we took a look at was the Nebulae MK2, this is an updated version of one of Qu-bit's first modules. A granular sampler with some nice new features including live audio input and a much improved audio conversion system.

We also took a look at the Scanned organic wavetable oscillator which is based on a concept designed by Max Matthews. This uses an interesting theory and is the first to be implemented in hardware.

Finally Andrew showed us the Synapse an 8 channel switch which gives some cool features for moving inputs to outputs.

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