Yeah! A limited quantity is available here.
Monday, June 28, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
Thursday, June 17, 2010
We're excited to announce we will be carrying the new line of Eurorack modular products from Kilpatrick Audio. Not only are they designing some cutting edge euro modules but they also make some highly-acclaimed guitar effects pedals. Stay tuned as we should have the K4815 Pattern Generator module soon!
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Here's a demo of the crushing Fuzz Burglar. We're playing a 70's Strat into a vintage Fender Princeton silver-face. The Fuzz Burglar can do some tamer fuzzes but it excels at blistering, gnarly fuzz. Engage the self-oscillation and blast off!
There's a twelve-position rotary switch that controls the range of your base pitch and there's a knob for adjusting/tuning the oscillations. There's also a momentary "Drop" switch that will drop the oscillations down roughly an octave. The Fuzz Burglar can also sort of track the pitch of your guitar when playing single-note lines, giving you some awesome synth-like tones. Tune the oscillations to the key of your song and shred. Works great on synths too.
Monday, June 14, 2010
Brian Dewan of the famed Dewanatron synthesizer makers will be in town to perform soon at the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Go! Check it out!
Brian Dewan Filmstrips and live music
Friday, June 25 & Saturday, June 26
7:30pm & 9:30 pm shows both nights
Museum Of Jurassic Technology
9341 Venice Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
all tickets $25
very limited seating
purchase tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com/
(tickets unavailable at the door)
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
After some thorough beta-testing the 4ms Shuffling Clock Multiplier module will be available shortly. The SCM is the perfect counterpart to the 4ms Rotating Clock Divider. Prepare to wield one of the sharpest tools available in the Eurorack format.
While the RCD divides the SCM multiplies and then some. The SCM starts by giving you straight and shuffled multiples of your original clock tempo. An "S" next to a number denotes a shuffled output. The rotate function is also available, allowing you to relocate the divided outputs to other jacks. This can be controlled via modulation sources like an LFO or sequencer track to give you more happy accident rhythms than you handle.
The "Slip" function allows you to drop out pseudo-random clock output pulses. This is done via a control voltage input and could also be sequenced. Paired with the RCD, the SCM will literally run circles around your music. The pulse outputs could trigger envelope generators or open VCA's and low pass gates directly. Incredible variations on a theme can also explode with the use of even a simple sequencer.
Although the RCD breakout panel is still in development, the SCM will have a pluggy cohort sometime soon. The breakout panel will allow you to control the shuffle amount and decide how many clocks will be shuffled via knob or CV. You will also have control of the pulse width output which can come in handy an high speeds. More on this soon.