NAMM 2020: Qu-bit Electronix Introduce 4 New Modules

Aurora, Data Bender, Surface and Cascade      16/01/20

At the NAMM show this year Qu-bit Electronix have introduced 4 new eurorack modules; Aurora, Data Bender, Surface and Cascade. Andrew Ikenberry was on hand with a patch to show off everything in slick fasion. 

Data Bender is a circuit bent digital audio buffer, designed to give you all the control over Skipping CDs, software bugs, old tape machine, scratched records and more. 

Aurora is a spectral reverb with true stereo IO, giving you access to lush reverbs and a phase vocoding algorithm for spectral transformations of the incoming sound. 

Surface is a multi-timbral physical modeling voice with different voicing algorithms to produce plucked strings and marimbas, all the way to FM drums.

Finally Cascade is a ratcheting envelope generator featuring burst generation, a flexible curve parameter, and two discrete level controls

More info at Qu-bit Electronix

Thanks to YamahaSynth.com for sponsoring our coverage




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