NAMM 2019: Qu-bit Electronix 3 New Modules

Bloom, Prism and Chord v2 are added to the Qu-bit line up      24/01/19

Qu-bit Electronix have three new modules at this year's NAMM show and were keen to get us in early to show them off. The three new additions comprise of Prism, Bloom and Chord v2. 

Prism is a Multi-dimensional signal processor with stereo inputs and outputs. An assortment of DSP effects mapped to a 3-dimensional sonic space. 

Bloom is a 32 step sequencer with 2 channels, pattern saving and an infinite number of variations from the fractal algorithm. 

Chord V2 is an update to their popular but rather large original Chord module. Chord v2 is a polyphonic oscillator in 14HP - custom chords, new wavetables, and four voice polyphonic mode. 

More info at Qu-bit Electronix

Thanks to Audio Technica For Providing These Mics For Our Crew

BP894cW Cardioid Condenser Head Mic
  Pro8HEx Hypercardioid Dynamic Mic


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