Eventide Misha As A Tabletop Instrument

US Eurorack sequencer/instrument gets a new enclosure      23/01/23

Eventide Misha As A Tabletop Instrument


Eventide has announced that it has partnered with 4ms to offer a new Pod32E compact enclosure for its Misha interval-based sequencer/instrument. The new low-cost enclosure, available now, enables the 28HP Misha to be used as a standalone tabletop instrument while increasing its overall portability.

The Pod32E which can also be purchased as a bundle with Misha is able to accommodate a total of 32HP with 1.3" (33mm) of available module depth. Its built-in power supply features two Eurorack power headers and can be easily daisy-chained to other Pods.

Eventide says that, as a standalone device in the new Pod32E, Misha can be a powerful addition to any composition or performance-based environment, expanding melodic sequencing possibilities while providing an unprecedented degree of control over gates and triggers.

Pricing and Availability:
Pod32E can be purchased directly from Eventide and through their international distributors for $129.99, or as a bundle with Misha for $699.

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